Old 04-16-2014, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default OSC Question - Wildcard range or all command?

Hi,
Trying to utilize the Track Record Arm OSC command, but I want to select all, or alternatively a range of tracks.

/track/1/recarm/toggle works for a single channel
/track/1,2/recarm/toggle worked one at a time..

I'm hoping there is something like
/track/1-64/recarm/toggle or a wildcard for "all"....or some other clever workaround.

I know I can use the learn function, but hoping for something better.
Thanks in advance.
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Old 04-16-2014, 07:16 PM   #2
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Hi,
Trying to utilize the Track Record Arm OSC command, but I want to select all, or alternatively a range of tracks.

/track/1/recarm/toggle works for a single channel
/track/1,2/recarm/toggle worked one at a time..

I'm hoping there is something like
/track/1-64/recarm/toggle or a wildcard for "all"....or some other clever workaround.

I know I can use the learn function, but hoping for something better.
Thanks in advance.
You can of course also use actions via OSC using their Cmd or Custom ID, doing things such as:

Track: Arm all tracks for recording:
Code:
/action [i] 40490
Track: Select all tracks
Code:
/action [i] 40296
Or, for pre-defined groups of tracks:

Group: Select all tracks in group 01 ... 32:
Code:
/action [i] 40804
...
/action [i] 40835
Track: toggle record arm for selected tracks:
Code:
/action [i] 9
Would any (combination of) these suffice to do the job?
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Old 04-17-2014, 01:57 PM   #3
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