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  • #208
    sonoro
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    hej there,

    i have just recently found this app and i have to say its a real great alternative to mq. but there is one bug i have to fight with atm…

    when i open the au in logic pro 9 (listet under incompatible plug ins btw.) i can see the gui, when midi through is checked i can play some notes, use the pitchbend and so on; but i cant use any of the other knobs or sliders, they just dont have any effect on the sound. i´m not sure if this is a fail on my side or on ctrlr´s side.

    i have downloaded the latest version, but since it wasn´t possible for me to find the jx8p paneel in there i also downloaded the plugin from here ->
    http://code.google.com/p/ctrlr/downloads/list

    i use a macbook late 2006
    logic pro 9
    fireface 400

    some info would be nice!
    cheers sonoro

    #1987
    Filch
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    Those are ctrlr v4 panels. Those will not work with the current version , ctrlr v5

    #1988
    sonoro
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    thank you ! i see…so where can i get a jx8p panel for v5?

    #1989
    Filch
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    You’d have to build a panel yourself or get someone to.

    The ones currently built or being worked on are here :
    viewforum.php?f=61

    #1990
    sonoro
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    too bad.. i guess i´ll have to spend some money on mq10. anyway, thanks for the info.

    #1991
    atom
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    jx8p panel is quite simple with a little work you can get one running in hours.

    #1992
    atom
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    i actualy have a JX8p so a panel for it will be done by me unless someone else does it before me.

    #1993
    Filch
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    Have you looked into ctrlr at all? The whole thing about v5 is being able to build panels quickly and easily, no coding necessary.

    #1994
    sonoro
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    well, i´m a musician and making music is pretty much all i want to do. i´m not made for that kind of stuff…even if its easy to do, i wouldnt spend any time on it.

    thanks again.

    #1995
    sonoro
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    woohoo, i made the 1000th post…

    #1996
    chalky
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    "sonoro":2pa07w2p wrote:
    hej there,

    i have just recently found this app and i have to say its a real great alternative to mq. but there is one bug i have to fight with atm…

    when i open the au in logic pro 9 (listet under incompatible plug ins btw.) i can see the gui, when midi through is checked i can play some notes, use the pitchbend and so on; but i cant use any of the other knobs or sliders, they just dont have any effect on the sound. i´m not sure if this is a fail on my side or on ctrlr´s side.

    i have downloaded the latest version, but since it wasn´t possible for me to find the jx8p paneel in there i also downloaded the plugin from here ->
    http://code.google.com/p/ctrlr/downloads/list

    i use a macbook late 2006
    logic pro 9
    fireface 400

    some info would be nice!
    cheers sonoro[/quote:2pa07w2p]

    I have exactly the same issue!!!!! Can someone kindly just help with this problem. PLEASE!?

    #1997
    atom
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    those are very old build of Ctrlr v4 witch is completly outdated and not supported, a lot of stuff never worked in those builds that’s why you are getting problems.
    I know that Ctrlr v5 does not have all theese panels that v4 has, but i can’t help with that at the moment since i only have enough time to actualy code v5 and i’m leaving the panels to the community, at some point i’ll do some panel work but i need to finish up what i started first.

    sorry for that.

    #1998
    cowudders
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    the v4 AU has the midichannel wrong. so you have to set the jx8p to midi receive: 2 and the AU to midi transmit: 1.
    Then the midi channel match the device ID (normally in jx’s case: midichannel = device ID).
    I discovered that when comparing what the AU is sending and what sounddiver was sending.

    hello btw, ctrlr is a supergreat project, will contribute!! <img loading=” title=”Smile” />
    -bernd

    #1999
    freekick
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    any news on this? what do i need to download to get jx 8p working with my mac osx 10.0.6 ? im totally newbie to this.

    thanks!

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