Old 10-11-2017, 08:40 PM   #1
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Hello

I've been mucking about with creating my own OSC control surfaces lately using TouchOSC and I've been able to do some things I wanted too.....

but I've been unable to discern from the instructions how to create a layout with multiple volume faders. I have been able to figure out last touched volume, last touched pan etc, but is there a way to have a "bank" of say 4 or 8 fader?

If anyone more familiar with REAPER OSC could point me in the right direction or share an example file it would be much appreciated!
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Old 10-12-2017, 08:19 PM   #2
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It's all in reaperOSC config file. AFAIR you should change it to follows_controller (or something like this) and it'll be possible to control your project with only 8 faders and switching banks. Sorry, I don't remember the exact option name inside config file. It should be somewhere at the beginning of the file.
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Thanks
I have been able to figure out having multiple faders not banking yet, but I'll just keep trying. Good to know it's possible
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Just load some of the existing Lemur panels, like Zvukofor's one and see how it's made.
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