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Re: Midi Control Help

Post by radio42 » 27 Feb 2014 13:21

Try leaving the 'Status' to 0!

EXEC_SEND_MIDI_SHORTMSG 0xB0|0|${outputmixer1volume}

Note, that ${outputmixer1volume} references your 1st output mixer.

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Re: Midi Control Help

Post by Yvetiboom » 27 Feb 2014 13:34

If I summary :

EXEC_SEND_MIDI_SHORTMSG 0xB0|0|${CONDA}
(In Eventcommand / on fader for player 1)

(I'm sorry to disturb you as I really try to understand your system.)

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Re: Midi Control Help

Post by Yvetiboom » 27 Feb 2014 15:10

Yes I discover :geek:

I just want my BCF fader move when the fader ProppFrexx (Mixer output) and touch the software.

Because the problem is that I put an autostart on faders and if it is not down to his problem arises after the song.

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Re: Midi Control Help

Post by radio42 » 27 Feb 2014 15:26

And what event are you using?
Are you using the events commands when you right-click on the mixer-channel name and then select "Edit Control Commands Events..." and then select the 'OnFader' entry?

And then please try the following command:

EXEC_SEND_MIDI_SHORTMSG 0xB0|0|0x51|${outputmixer1volume}


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Re: Midi Control Help

Post by radio42 » 27 Feb 2014 20:40

I guess there is not much to understand within ProppFrexx, but more in general I guess ;-)

A midi short message typically has got 3-bytes:
1. byte: status and channel
2. byte: data1
3. byte: data2

As such the EXEC_SEND_MIDI_SHORTMSG let's you exactly compose the midi short message like that.
The 'only' thing you need to know is what your midi controller expects/accepts - but this is out of my scope as each controller uses its own...that's why I pointed you to the controllers manual.

However: What do you want to do?
Please describe this detail...

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Re: Midi Control Help

Post by radio42 » 27 Feb 2014 20:58

It looks like the Controller has a 'learn' function and you can define it yourself...?!

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Re: Midi Control Help

Post by Yvetiboom » 28 Feb 2014 08:39

Haaa it's great works
Thank you very much for your help!

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