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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby robaczka » 18 Feb 2013 14:27

Congratulations! It looks really good!
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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby Softcore » 18 Feb 2013 23:13

An experiment with the accelerometer variable....

A Bipolar knob sends Midi CC6 when turned counterclocwise (left part of the knob) and Midi CC5 when turned clockwise (right part of the knob). A switch enables "Tilting" - when enabled you can control the knob by either:
a. holding the iPad in a "steering wheel" fashion and turn it cw-ccw
b. if the iPad is lied down with the back flat by tilting either its left or right side.

Disabling the "Tilting" resets the Knob to centered position (and obviously the two Midi messages to 0)

Displays that show percentage of left or right tilt and the "raw" data the accelerometer (axis y) produces are also implemented

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A nice example usage to toy with, would be to Midi map the two messages to two filters - an LP and a HP and have a DJ-styled one knob EQ for sweeps by tilting your iPad
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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby Joe Soap » 19 Feb 2013 00:44

Guys, these are great - thanks very much! :)
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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby Softcore » 19 Feb 2013 22:03

Accelerometer to 2 pads - one left, one right...

Same as above you either hold iPad upright and turn it like a "steering wheel" or if its placed flat down you need to tilt either left or right side.
Maximising the "window" (container) exposes independent "tilt sensitivity" settings for the two sides - these in essense define the "threshold" degrees of tilt after which each side's pad will be enabled.

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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby Softcore » 19 Feb 2013 22:12

The "smart" resizable container.

You drop it in your template. You place it where you need and resize the container to suit your needs. You hit the "toggle" button and re-size the container to a bigger-different shape. Now the "toggle" button alternates the container to these two different sizes-shapes (minimised-maximised). Changed you mind about the size-shape of the minimised or maximised state? Feel free to re-resize it.

caution: the placement of the container can only be set when it is minimised.

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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby alloedee » 20 Feb 2013 19:06

Hey guys

Many good things here, thank you so much for this great work.

The only thing that I can contribute with is reset buttons for many many multifaders.
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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby lABl » 04 Mar 2013 13:02

Thanks for posting Softcore! Glad to know the post is moving.

Cheers,
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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby lABl » 05 Mar 2013 12:10

Just posting a reference here to keep it updated:

download and original post here: viewtopic.php?f=34&t=2938

Here another 2D Modulator, it's two inter-connected sine waveforms with frecuency and amplitude modulation.

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Just map the two thin horizontal sliders using OSC/MIDI Mapping tabs, you can make use of in App editing to set up that ( I do most the time latety, it saves memomy because I don't need additional objects, to set channels, controllers numbers, etc.)

For internal works you will see the cWAB.x and cWAB.y variables.

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AB
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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby wurlt01 » 05 Mar 2013 19:28

one great work guys. Question for softcore or anyone how can help.

try to get back to finsihing my ableton live mackie control + template. Softcore i saw your ableton faders but wondering if there was a way to do same with mackie control fadres since
it uses the pitch bend data. also i am using you mackie buttons for things that send midi back from ableton thanks. But wan i wan and need to do is make custom buttns are pads that stay light up when pressed then turn off. turn on 3rd push turn off 4th push etc. im using selected track control for stuff mackie control doesnt do in ableton. metronome overdub and such.

thanks/Anthony
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Re: Lemur Modules

Postby lABl » 05 Mar 2013 22:33

Hi!

I am not into makie emulation stuff, but sure people here can help you with that.

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