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    Jekel
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    Hi,
    Excuse me for my bad english, i’m a poor french guy 😉
    I just see Ctrlr and i think is a beautifull software !
    But, i’m really a beginner in this software and in script…
    For understand i need an example. Do you think is possible, if you have time for that to create an example for me ?
    I want make a panel with in input an expression pedal > Multiselect button with 2 choices Slider 1, Slider 2 > 2 slider for the output controled or not by the expression. all the value are Midi CC
    Is it complex ?

    Thnask a lot

    Best regards

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    Possemo
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    I am not sure if I understand what exactly you want to do. Do you want to route the expression pedal to a different MIDI CC? AFAIK there is no prefab feature for this in Ctrlr. You will need to make a Lua script.

    #83788

    Jekel
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    Hello,

    Thanks for you replie. Yes exactly 🙂

    I will want understand the midi routing of ctrlr. and anderstand the logic of LUA because i’m beginner.

    I have download panels for example but they are more complex for me 🙁

    If any one have a simple panel with just an slider Midi CC in to swith button for control 2 sliders CC OUt, It would be really nice so that I can understand the logic.

    Thanks

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    Possemo
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    Panel attached. I haven’t tested it – expression slider is set to CC 11 (standard expression pedal CC #). I guess it will need explanation if you want to know how it works.

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    #83797

    Jekel
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    Hello, Thank you very much. I more see clearly.
    For the explanation I have understand the “luamodulatorchange” and his file for the buttons
    I have understand the link and the mute for the slider.

    It’s cool.
    Thanks a lot

    #83798

    Jekel
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    Hi,

    That is what I would like to make. That’s stompbox, with knob. I want store a state value, or change the knob value by an expression pedal with a min and a max value for choose the dynamic value limit. In attachment the panel without any function and a Jpg for more understand my idea.

    At the final i want put 10 or 20 knobs with his activation

    Do you think is possible to create this panel with Ctrlr

    Thanks

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    Possemo
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    I just looked at the screenshot. This should be possible to do but it will be a bit of work. Some more Lua coding needed. In my previous example-panel I used the Modulator-link feature of Ctrlr to avoid Lua scripting. When making a more complex panel Lua methods would be the better way.

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    Jekel
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    OK, I understand, Thank You !!!!!

    I need to learn LUA now 😉

    Thanks

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    Possemo
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    Programming in Lua is not very hard. Even when you never made code before Lua is a good starting language for learning how to program. The biggest problem is the fact that there is no comprehensive documentation of “Lua for Ctrlr”. Most of the time you will just have to access properties of components/modulators or use built-in features of “Lua for Ctrlr” such as e.g. “BigInteger” bit operations.
    If you are stuck somewhere I will try to give you some hints.

    #83819

    Jekel
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    Hi possemo,

    Thanks a lot. I will try to learn the LUA + CTRLR and become with questions if i don’t understand.

    have a great day

    Best regards

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