April 23, 2013 at 8:34 pm #8425zeokaParticipant
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Cool Atom !
Thank youApril 28, 2013 at 4:14 pm #8554
was there a change to the nightly for the pads?
I tried a recent nightly, but when I tried to load my panels, it was all efff’d up!
Knobs were missing, shifted around… seems the includes were all gone, wouldnt load.
So I reverted to what I was using and it returned to normal.
I have 5.1.0 1137.
Is the latest revision incompatible with the one I’m using now?April 28, 2013 at 4:20 pm #8555
I didn’t change anything relevant in terms of Ctrlr, except for the stuff that’s in the changelog. If you can share the panel that is broken in the latest nightly i’ll try to help.April 28, 2013 at 10:50 pm #8561
I figured it out.
Just had to find the include images and re-include them again.
Looks like the ubutton has a unlatched mode now..
I’ve been messing around with it and it looks like it works as I requested except there is a little “General” window that pops up next to the mouse when I Right Click the button. It wont go away until click the panel somewhere a few times.
Any idea on removing it?April 28, 2013 at 11:29 pm #8562
Well the right click is there for other purposes. For now the menu is empty but it will have option for MIDI learn, maybe i can figure out a way to get rid of it. Let me have a look and i’ll get back to you.April 29, 2013 at 10:42 pm #8588
Finally had some time to take a look at this, the panel i attached should give you a good starting point for constructing the right sysex messages for the s2000.
Instead of using the midi-properties i made it all in Lua because i think this is easiest to do this way. The sysex formula field is not flexible enough to handle “mixed” strings like this, with values coming from multiple modulators that need to be nibble-ized – correct me if i’m wrong about that Atom 😉
Look inside the Lua scripts of the panel, i tried explaining what is happening in the comments inside them.
If you need more help just gimme a shout 😉
@ Atom – When i fetch the values for program and keygroup i need to subtract 1 from its value, but using the expressions did not do the trick for me.
I put “modulatorValue-1” in the first expression field but it does not pass the adapted value to Lua.
So now i do getValue()-1 but you already pointed out this is “scary stuff” @ runtime and i would like to get rid of it.April 30, 2013 at 6:25 am #8604
Thanks Hecticc for your example script.
I may not have a chance to digest all this until the weekend.. it’s been a very long time since I last dug into the LUA scripting.
Just at a glance I can tell I’ll be asking alot of questions.
First thing I noticed is an Nil Value error occurred at load/startup.
But I think I follow your mention of using scripts to control the sysex formula vs. the limited number global method (sixteen only for global, right?)
I suppose you could easily end up with 60+ keygroups if you were to setup a couple drum kits.
I have managed to create some XY controls that allow me to mix things up like LFO Depth/LFO Rate.
It really lets loose the beast that hides in the S2000.
These machines still sound great after all these years.. if you can get past/around some of those nasty artifacts that pop up in some sounds/renders.
April 30, 2013 at 10:22 am #8608
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My bad, forgot to add a safety @ startup, it tries to read a value that does not exist yet. Fixed in atteched panel.
If you have questions ask away, i will try to help where i can in a “reasonable” timeframe.
Lua may look daunting in the beginning but once you get the hang of it you can do very cool stuff. For samplers it’s the way to go imo; so many variable parameters compared to synths that always have a fixed number of parameters.
It does take alot of figuring out though, i started the emu Eos panel roughly 8 months ago and am now getting to a stage where i know enough to make it a “decent” panel. Been rewriting it for about 2 months now & it will be alot better than the one available now (which does work but is not well written knowing what i know now…)
April 30, 2013 at 10:31 pm #8629
- This reply was modified 9 years, 1 month ago by Hecticcc.
What type of a modulator/uiComponent are you using ? Can you post an example of a panel with just a component that does not work so i can replicate the issue ?May 1, 2013 at 11:21 am #8634
It’s a standard inc/dec button, i’ll make a quick mockup panel when i’m at my own computer.May 3, 2013 at 2:00 pm #8684
Made a quick example of what i mean. Look @ what the console says when you adjust modulator one and modulator 2.
Thinking about it makes sense though;
-Using the expressions did not work because there is no midi being processed, only internal Lua data being thrown around so the substraction never happens.
-The script attached to the “asking” modulator fetches the value of the “originator” modulator, sees its current value and takes that in unaltered (of course)
So the only way to bridge the offset of 1 is to do it @ runtime, as far as i can tell. Or maybe is there some other way to implement this offset?May 3, 2013 at 3:32 pm #8686
This looks ok, the expressions are not processed without MIDI. Lua fetches the raw data, it does it the way it’s there. Expressions are a replacement for LUA not really a complement, i advise using either one or the other, using them both is just over complicating stuff. Lua can do everything that expressions do and more so use that all the way, easier to maintain later on.May 3, 2013 at 5:04 pm #8688
Thanks for looking into it Atom, i’m glad i figured out the how/why by myself also; seems i’m slowly getting the hang of it 🙂May 12, 2015 at 10:46 am #46638dreamerParticipant
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Hey Hecticcc, how have you progressed on this panel?
I’m getting an s2000 soon and am very interested in using Ctrlr with it.January 3, 2016 at 8:38 pm #67787pascalcParticipant
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What is the status of this panel? I recently bought an S2000 and am currently thinking of creating a panel for it.
I would be happy to contribute to the work you have done so far and help out in finalizing this panel.
/PascalFebruary 4, 2016 at 12:10 am #68271
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