How to toggle LEDs while enabling turning LED Bank to Off?

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I am sure the Subject description is a little confusing, yet, let me explain. I am using the Traktor Kontrol F1 and would like to select the deck I am playing by switching these via the bottom 4 pads. So, I want 2 functions to be served.

(1) If I turn On/Off Deck 1 (enabled via pad 2) by pressing such pad (this is the easy part and works fine for all 4 pad/Decks). Once On, I assign the “ka” variable to the Deck # to keep track of the Deck that is On.

(2) Now, the 2nd functionality is, when a Deck is On (say Deck 1/pad 2) and I press to select another Deck/pad (say Deck 2/pad 3), I want to send an Outgoing message to turn Off the Deck’s LED of the one that is ON (Deck 1). This gets very confusing once I want to enable such for all 4 pads/Decks, especially keeping track of the variables and toggle functions.

** Channel 13, CC#’s 37-40 (Decks 3/1/2/4) on pads. Used “ga/gb/gc/gd” to toggle, and, used velocities of “oo/pp/qq/rr” for decks 3/1/2/4 respectively. I tried unsuccessfully adding another Translator (variables of “gv” for toggle velocity “hv”) to turn off the the On Deck once I press another one, yet, then they all go to the “On” mode. Read thru all the threads on LEDs yet did not find something similar.

I can do it with 2 Decks, yet, cannot do such beyond that.

Any ideas? Anyone wanting to tackle a little challenge?

Thanks in advance for any thoughts.

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January 13, 2017 6:38 pm
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If you need to control 8 LEDs or fewer simultaneously, you can just wire them to a single port. Writing to the port will write them completely in one machine cycle, and this is possibly as close to simultaneous control as you can attain. The social act of campuses is disparate to any other in the world. Don’t miss out on this skill; contact us to get cheap dissertation writing services so that you can live your life to the amplest.

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June 3, 2018 7:51 am
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had a quick look at this preset and it looks good to me. Two remarks:
1) you’re sending your MIDI data to F1 and the virtual MIDI port. Probably you should set the preset default output MIDI port to just the F1.
2) you can freely reuse local variables in different translators without side effects. I.e. you can use ’pp’ in all 4 translators.
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February 22, 2017 10:30 am

Thanks Alex! I’ll review/update my port selections. As well as, reduce # of variables used.

( at February 22, 2017 8:14 pm)
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Finally got this to work. It might not be the most simplified and/or elegant solution, yet, does the intended job. In the attached file is the section of the projected related to turning on/off a deck, and, turning off a deck (previously in the On position) as one selects another deck.

If anyone as a more simplified version, and/or ideas for such, just let me know. Thank you!

Luis
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January 14, 2017 7:28 pm

had a quick look at this preset and it looks good to me. Two remarks:
1) you’re sending your MIDI data to F1 and the virtual MIDI port. Probably you should set the preset default output MIDI port to just the F1.
2) you can freely reuse local variables in different translators without side effects. I.e. you can use ’pp’ in all 4 translators.
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( at January 15, 2017 4:25 am)

Thanks for reviewing the preset I put together as part as this project. I’ll update the preset with your feedback on both items.

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Attached is the current work-in-progress file…..

Luis

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January 14, 2017 3:23 am