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    LukeYouth
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    Hey guys I’m currently working on a Waldorf Pulse controller which is great as it is all MIDI CC controllers so very easy to set up.

    I was looking to do a CC dump into the program, now I can see the dump come through the midi monitor as code such as

    [22:43:00:000136]: Dev:[MIDIIN3 (Akai MPK49)] Time(360875671) Size:[ 3] [Controller] Ch:[ 1] No:[ 113] Val:[ 5] RAW:[176 113 005]
    [22:43:00:000137]: Dev:[MIDIIN3 (Akai MPK49)] Time(369138284) Size:[ 3] [Controller] Ch:[ 1] No:[ 114] Val:[ 0] RAW:[176 114 000]
    [22:43:00:000138]: Dev:[MIDIIN3 (Akai MPK49)] Time(377998128) Size:[ 3] [Controller] Ch:[ 1] No:[ 115] Val:[ 64] RAW:[176 115 064]
    [22:43:00:000139]: Dev:[MIDIIN3 (Akai MPK49)] Time(386507305) Size:[ 3] [Controller] Ch:[ 1] No:[ 116] Val:[ 0] RAW:[176 116 000]
    [22:43:00:000141]: Dev:[MIDIIN3 (Akai MPK49)] Time(403528399) Size:[ 3] [Controller] Ch:[ 1] No:[ 117] Val:[ 0] RAW:[176 117 000]
    [22:43:00:000142]: Dev:[MIDIIN3 (Akai MPK49)] Time(413374497) Size:[ 3] [Controller] Ch:[ 1] No:[ 118] Val:[ 64] RAW:[176 118 064]
    [22:43:00:000143]: Dev:[MIDIIN3 (Akai MPK49)] Time(420733045) Size:[ 3] [Controller] Ch:[ 1] No:[ 119] Val:[ 10] RAW:[176 119 010]

    Now I take it I need to create a LUA script to have this data changed on my Ctrlr modulators although I’m scratching my head as to how to do this.
    Could any of you veterans help a guy out?

    #9447
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    You don’t need to program anything for that. If your modulators have those CC assigned to them, Ctrlr will accept the incoming CC data and will set the modulators to those values, Ctrlr understands all standard MIDI messages and updates your modulators based on what it receives.

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