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 Post subject: Re: accessing currently selected Looper parameters
PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 12:37 pm 

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slatepipe wrote:
maybe i'm using the wrong phrase when i say dynamically mapping?


Think you're spot on with that, anything that changes what it controls based upon context would be dynamic in my books!

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 Post subject: Re: accessing currently selected Looper parameters
PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 1:36 pm 

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Right, but what I'm saying is the buttons you are trying to "dynamically map" aren't accessible via M4L so its not as simple as controlling the volume, or 8 macros, etc. The looper device is quirky.

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 Post subject: Re: accessing currently selected Looper parameters
PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 1:45 pm 

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dataf1ow wrote:
Right, but what I'm saying is the buttons you are trying to "dynamically map" aren't accessible via M4L so its not as simple as controlling the volume, or 8 macros, etc. The looper device is quirky.


yeah, i think i'm drawing that conclusion too. really odd that you cant access those little buttons. i'm thinking i might try and do something with mxj autobot? i used it on some other interactive patch i did a few years ago to emulate key strokes with java or something. i'll have to dig it out and have a go. or i might try something with those CLyphx bindings after christmas :wink:

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