Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

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Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

Postby mariopont » 12 Oct 2017 20:28

Hello guys! I'm new to the forum but I use Lemur for some years now.
For a long time I want to create a combination of midi faders that simulates a classic dual preset mixer (12 fader 12 fader).
Such as the behringer LC2412.
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Re: Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

Postby mariopont » 14 Oct 2017 10:04

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Re: Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

Postby mariopont » 25 Oct 2017 19:50

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Re: Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

Postby Westbam » 30 Oct 2017 13:44

Make 24 faders... I am sorry, but I do not understand what you are asking.
Nobody understood the question, that is why nobody answered you.

or are you looking for something that can read your midi/osc and translate it back to DMX?
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Re: Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

Postby mariopont » 19 Nov 2017 20:33

The problem is to create a controller MIDI with 12 faders "A" + master fader A + 12 Faders B + Master Fader B + Ganda master in order to map every fader into DMX channel.
In this way I can use a DMX dongle like Dasligh, or ENNTEC or any others with a layer configuration like DMX mixer Behringher LC2412.
Excuse me for my bad English... I can't explain well the problem because I don't speak English very well...
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Re: Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

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Re: Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

Postby ndivuyo » 17 Jan 2018 18:17

I don't think you are asking the right question, because Lemur is a controller interface, so your project on the lemur side is a simple as making 24 faders (as someone already said).

What you probably need help with is how to send DMX messages with them correct? Well if so, then answer is you cannot do that with lemur, you need another software to act as a middle man. You will also need some hardware, I use this:
http://www.dmxking.com/usbdmx/ultradmxmicro

I use Max/MSP to get the MIDI or OSC data from the lemur controller and communicate with the DMX hardware. So you will need to use a software like max that can do that.

Unless I totally misunderstood, anyway goodluck
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Re: Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

Postby ndivuyo » 17 Jan 2018 18:21

oh I reread and seems you want some fading preset system

Not hard to do at all unless you don't know scripting, if you know scripting it'll be a challenge.
If you don't know, you need first to learn, so google some scripting tutorials with lemur

You will basically make a few scripts. One will store the values of a group of faders in an array as presets. Another will fade between the preset values when the fader moves (crossfading the array values of desired presets).

Well I barely come to this forum, hopefully someone will help you more from here if you have more questions.
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Re: Double Preset faders to simulate DMX lighting mixer

Postby mariopont » 19 Jan 2018 09:15

ndivuyo I think you understood my problem and also found the solution. But I know little about Lemur script ... is there any good soul that could help me ?!
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