Old 09-01-2008, 01:34 PM   #1
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I threw the old CC Automation Workaround in the trashcan, and heres the new version.

The old version had the "updates per beat" feature found in MIDI_CCRider but somehow that didn't work out with external midi gear and lots of parameter modulation going on(the automation froze).

If anyone has any suggestions on which custom parameters should be default and/or default values for parameters.. just post!

What does it do?
It controls three preset MIDI CC parameters (Filter cutoff, filter resonance and modulation wheel) and two CC parameters of your own choice. And I threw in the ability to control the pitchbend as well.

Why?
To be able to draw automation envelopes for external midi gear(or internal). Simply automate the plugins parameters as needed.
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Old 09-04-2008, 05:47 AM   #2
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news as stated above
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Old 09-04-2008, 08:07 AM   #3
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Now, that's cool!!! Missed this one up to now, but I guess it will find a place on most of my instrument tracks. Congrats. So far it works fantastic, but I have done nothing serious with it yet.

I am especially happy about the pitchbend parameter.

As for the fixed preset controllers (cutoff/ resonance/ modwheel), I'd rather see two more user definable ones, but that's just me. The choice you made seems reasonable for the most people.

As far as I can see the default values are just right, I will report back if I find some change might be necessary.

Thanks again for this awsome addition to Reapers midi side.
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Old 09-04-2008, 01:09 PM   #4
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Very useful
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Old 09-04-2008, 02:17 PM   #5
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Thanks for sharing your efforts.

It'd be unwise to take anything I've done for granted. I'd like to find time to rewrite most of my JS scripts as I've learned quite a lot since I first wrote them and JS has evolved many new features.

CCRider is kind of unfinished anyway (I wanted to add lots of LFO shapes but time became precious) and I was never entirely sure about some of it's internal logic. It's also been rendered largely redundant by the new parameter modulation features, since I mostly intended it for controlling other plugins.
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Old 10-18-2008, 03:54 AM   #6
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Thanks a lot Signoc.

I had a go at making pretty much the same plugin. I had the right concept and was getting close but couldn't get my head around what to midisend. It's interesting to see what I should have done.
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Let me dig up this thread, because I recognized, that the "offset" value in CCRider isn't recognized/working.

I think it should control the sinewave offset, but it doesn't.

Any chance to implement that, or at least: Anyone here who could send me a "working" script?
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