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Re: OSC and I phones and Whiskers on kittens........
Feeling like a dope for polluting the airwaves here...
FOUND THE PROB.
There is a setting in the LP-1 called "Track Follows CC."
It needs to be set to "Yes."
I have read that section of the manual countless times, unable to make
heads or tails of its meaning.
Now I know :)
And now, the TouchOSC sliders over wifi MIDI via the Missing Link... dare
I say it again... like BUTTAH. :D
ps revising my posted template at the Missing Link forum shortly.
On Aug 3, 2011, at 9:18 PM, Phil Clevenger wrote:
> Andy, and LD crew,
> I have tried the same track-specific commands this evening, MIDI
> hard-wired directly into the LP-1 from an FC300 controller.
> Result is exactly the same: Using any of these - Assign Pedal > Track
> 'n' Volume / Track 'n' Feedback / Track 'n' Pan - fails to select the
> designated track.
> Let's say i am at Track 1, and have set up pedal Controllers #7 and #1
> to govern Track 8 volume and feedback, respectively.
> Using the Track 8 Volume-assigned pedal will show in the display that it
> is attempting to control Vol, but the track is still Track 1, and the
> numeric readout is static no matter how much I flail on the pedal.
> Just as with the Missing Link, if I invoke the corresponding Select
> Track 'n' command first, then the controls work fine - for that track
> only of course. So I might as well be using the generic Track Volume and
> Track Feedback and Pan commands, with a Select Track to begin with, it
> would be the same thing. If I wanted the extra gesture :)
> So it feels to me like the track-specific Vol/Feedback/Pan commands in
> the LP-1 are just not working as expected. Unless there is some utterly
> stupid user error happening here?
> I am using 1.39...
> Any thoughts? Anyone else see this behavior?
> Phil :)
> On Aug 3, 2011, at 1:20 AM, andy butler wrote:
>> it certainly works here with a regular midi controller.
>> I've got 24 different CC controllers handling Vol Pan and Fbk
>> for each track. ...and of course, to the LP-1 it makes no difference
>> which route
>> the midi came from.
>> Glad you got it working, might be worth solving the mystery though.
>> It doesn't make any sense that you were able to get the LP-1 to learn
>> the CC values (which would have been
>> displayed on the front panel) and that following that it wouldn't
>> Logically it's either
>> 1) extra commands being sent by your controller
>> 2) LP-1 set up file is corrupt (I doubt it, but if you can save it via
>> pc you could always send it to me for examination)
>> 3) some fault in the connection that just happened to produce the
>> observed result.
>> 4) you're using an old software version on the LP-1...I've not heard of
>> that issue though.
>> Phil Clevenger wrote:
>>> Hey Andy,
>>> Yes, that's the perplexing thing... I am in fact using track-specific
>>> calls for each fader, as you suggest... I expected the behavior you
>>> describe, too... but the LP1 will not respond, at least not to
>>> TouchOSC on my iPad over wifi via the Missing Link, unless I
>>> explicitly send a Select Track command first :/
>>> Phil :)