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Re: What kind of techniques can I add to my set?

i've just linked the secodary feedback to my fader and its already fun! Im not sure what you mean with the scripting function though. Can you run it by me a little more?

On Oct 23, 2012 3:05 PM, "Per Boysen" <perboysen@gmail.com> wrote:
On Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 8:35 PM, kay'lon rushing <k3zz21@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there any way to make it so that the secondary feedback knob of each
> track is affected by only one fader dependending on the track that I have
> selected?


> For example, say I use fader 9 to decrease secondary feedback for
> track 1 by having the track selected, then I switch to track 2 and change
> the feedback level for that one using the same fader,but without affecting
> track 1. Is there a way to set that up?


To do that you just assign the MIDI from your fader 9 to  "Control:
Secondary Feedback", in Mobius MIDI Bindings window.

You may also set up a default level for Secondary Feedback, as you do
with all other default parameters in the "Configuration / Track Setup"
window. I like to use 64 as my default because that makes a little
pocket in earlier layer under the new audio I layer with Sustain
Substitute. If you want to do glitchy stuff you may use "Secondary
Feedback = 0" and if you want a smoother mix you may go "Secondary
Feedback = 103". Value 127 is full and equals Overdub. Oh, and then
you can run a script that adds every second 32d note by Sustain
Substitute for the hole loop (or just a cycle) and then you can "live
mix" the Secondary Feedback level while the script is running (and you
play something that will be applied through that "stacatto grid". Just
one example.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen