June 8, 2011 at 12:29 pm #2378fozzieParticipant
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Thanks for making CTRLR and all this cool stuff happening!!June 9, 2011 at 4:47 am #2376
This is very exciting progress here. It makes me want to get back into coding again.June 9, 2011 at 7:43 am #2377fozzieParticipant
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Making such a script is not really hard, figuring out the CC and sysex details of ~240 parameters is larger part of the work. I have no real coding experience, but was able to hack it together with some trial and error.
Still, if you’re not in a hurry, it is probably easier to wait for the LUA implementation…June 29, 2011 at 11:54 pm #2391
I made a demonstration video for this panel and posted it up on youtube today – http://youtu.be/JntoDW-ExZo
… only a few bug fixes and enhancements left to go before I consider this beast done once and for all. You can see from the video that I’ve expanded the panel a bit… If you’re interested in obtaining this panel please refer to http://mwavexl.sourceforge.net/, where I’ll be posting all current revs. donations are welcomed!!June 30, 2011 at 1:01 am #2392
Panel is looking excellent. I really love the evolution of the panel in the beginning of the video. Very cool.
Good idea with the dedicated sourceforge page. I might have to do that myself.June 30, 2011 at 3:41 am #2393
Did you somehow get that patch parameter dump script built into the panel? Or is there something in the background?June 30, 2011 at 4:22 am #2394
ok, so I didn’t actually get the patch script built in, but I did get a dump request button programmed. I waspinging the waldorf boards on tips on getting recall and compare programmed in but since the sysex is buggy for the remote sysex commands it flat out doesn’t work… at least that’s the latest.
I’m going to be exploring an alternate method of getting all 16 triggers of the user arp tonight.. hopefully will have success but should be posting the panels to that sourceforge page within a day or so. I’ve already tightened up a bit of the design all over since what is posted in that preliminary demo video.
Yeah, I figured releasing sourceforge was best due to all the updates. I want people to have the chance to donate, but don’t feel it’s the best move to force them to pay for a panel, regardless of all the time and work I’ve spent on this. hell. it’s been fun, and that’s why I’ve been working so hard on this in the first place.
Bonus is that my fiance is excited for all the time and work I’m spending on this, so that’s cool too.June 30, 2011 at 5:36 am #2395
I’m pretty much feature complete on my Blofeld panel, except for the stuff that will require LUA. Your work on the Microwave has been a huge inspiration for the work I’ve put into mine, and I’ve also learned quite a bit from your example. You’ll definitely be getting some credit when I post my panel.
Thanks and keep up the great work.July 2, 2011 at 6:14 pm #2396
monstrumWaveXL version 2 is done and posted on the sourceforge page.
I posted the bpanelz file with all resources as well as players for win, os x and linux, all 32 bit versions.
There also is a zip file containing the vbscript which fozzie wrote that updates the panel knobs/sliders after a program change. I added a button on the panel "Update" which sends a sound dump request to the Microwave to make it as seamless as possible.
Any further updates to this panel will be announced here, but the main repository for this panel is on the sourceforge page:
ps Filch – thanks for the nice comments. It’s great to be able to help out, you also have helped me with a few things – kudos to your work on the blofeld panel – looks awesome so far.July 8, 2011 at 11:34 pm #2397
Couldn’t help but notice that your Arpeggiator has been missing an extra G ” title=”Smile” />July 15, 2011 at 6:40 pm #2412
haha! fixed that, thanks filch.
I just released version 2.12 of this panel, here’s a screenshot:
The panel, instructions and details all can be found here, as always:
[url:38qbbqh6]https://sourceforge.net/projects/mwavexl/[/url:38qbbqh6]July 18, 2011 at 5:30 pm #2413
will this or a future update also allow you to edit the tables?August 6, 2011 at 4:56 am #2414August 6, 2011 at 1:21 pm #2415atomKeymaster
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i’m actualy doing a wavetable editor for the Evolver, it can be done already there will be special classes for handling audio files so you can read/write wavetablesAugust 29, 2011 at 4:59 am #2416
mwaveXL now will update the panel within ctrlr using Lua scripting!
many UI enhancements, new knobs, refined background.
some quirky behavior will be noticed with parameters which have a dropdown and knob (arp tempo, Osc Pitchbend Scale, LFO delay) but nothing major.
XY pad is not yet functional in ctrlr – stay tuned.
download the latest windows ctrlr rev for XY pad support!!! This new modulator type is working beautifully in Ctrlr Rev 711June 28, 2012 at 8:13 pm #2417
Just another bump on the panels I’m working on. I’ve been working on an updated version of this panel for some time now, If anybody has any wishlist items please let me know and I’ll try to address them quickly.
I’m generally happy to see most of the functionality of all of these panels still persists after hundreds of ctrlr revisions! Some bugs for sure but it’s mostly stood the test of time.
cheers!June 28, 2012 at 8:50 pm #2418
A stand alone version would be great (the new ctrlr feature). And an easy way to edit the wavetables…June 29, 2012 at 12:53 am #2419
I like the idea of providing an interface to edit the wavetables.. I need to address a few little quirks that I’ve noticed the more recent ctrlr revs have introduced first but I’ve got wavetable editing on my list. not sure how possible it is with what Waldorf provides…June 29, 2012 at 8:48 am #2420
I read there was a sounddiver editor, which I never used, that had sample import for the wavetables. So it should be possible.
In the Sountower editor (which is not a plugin) it’s also possible.. But that editor isn’t that easy to navigate.June 29, 2012 at 7:21 pm #2421
yes actually the sounddiver uwave application was the first place I went last night while investigating, apparently my license isn’t working any more which I’ve pinged soundtower about.. I just recently built a new windows box so lots of stuff needs to be re-installed.
I did some digging in the manual and yes it should be possible… but it needs to be done in a usable way.
It will be tricky to do but there are the following types of sysex requests that deal with sending/receiving the WaveTable information:
Wave Request (02h)
Wave Dump (12h)
Wave Control Table Request (03h)
Wave Control Table Dump (13h)
Once I get my uwave license deal squared away I’ll spend more time analyzing their approach at dealing with this more. I’ve used uwave a bit but it’s been a while since I’ve spent any time using it.
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