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- Tue Jul 01, 2008 7:15 pm
- Forum: Operational Issues
- Topic: Stopping an effect in a cue
- Replies: 7
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Another way to do it is to delta the channels that the effect are controlling then Record Live. A nice byproduct of this approach is that you can knockout only the channels that you want to stop running from the effect. For example, if you have an effect running on channels 1 thru 10 and then in the...
Actually I misspoke here when I said this was coming in the next version. I was thinking about a different conversion protocol. I don't have an answer for you now but we are discussing it.
So after a frustrating few minutes with Robert patiently helping me, I have these working. They are rather interesting and I have a few comments. Lua may be very powerful in what it does but I can speak for a lot of programmers and say that I'm not interested in learning a programming language. I im...
- Wed Apr 09, 2008 4:20 pm
- Forum: Questions
- Topic: Help with creating an effect
- Replies: 26
- Views: 3723
Rate is speed. Scale is squishing the hi and low values. So on a standard effect (square wave wrap), scale at 100% would give you hi at 100 and low at 0, if you start squishing then you get hi at 90 and low at 10, hi at 80 with low at 20 and so forth. xTimes will breakup the channel grouping into mu...
The current sw version is 10.3.1. If not there then you should upgrade. Grand master - I saw this addressed in other posts. I have been told to create an inhibitive submaster to act in its place. I see this is as a somewhat ineligant solution. I accept responsibility for not catching this flaw when ...