Welcome to the forum. No, there are no known issues with the current version. As mentioned in the Action Notes section of the manual though, when applying Device-related actions to a non-Live device, only the configured parameters of the device are taken into account. The last device parameter you adjusted will also be taken into account. If the last parameter is all that is being affected by Snaps, it sounds like you need to configure the parameters of the device.
Preface: In Session View, I am able to use "[FOO] SEL/JUMP X" to jump back and forth X beats in the current playing warped clip. Obviously, while a warped clip is playing, I can also click the mouse anywhere in the waveform and the play head will jump there according to the quantization settings.
Goal: I want to be able to jump around the waveform in Session View without touching the mouse, and without using the notion of "X beats" from where the playhead currently is. In other words, if the playhead just crossed bar #89, and I want to go to a little after the clip's start, I don't want to calculate bars & beats math in my head, I just want to "point" using a MIDI knob and press a button to go there.
Question: How do I achieve this? (I have tried MIDI mapping the standard Clip and Loop start points without Clyphx but it results in the playhead skipping around and not doing what I want)
Hi Stray, really appreciate your hard work, and I've just began with Macrobat ( and bought KKPII), seems very very useful Just one question, is it possible to use it with NKPII, to control macros with MPK32 's knobs, for example .. ?
I am really digging the morphing; it will be central to using as transitions in arrangement view. Once I got a "Too Many Parameters" error when making a SNAP DEVALL. Do you know the limit? I'm pretty sure it was snapping less than 128 Parameters, for example. Do you think the amount could be changed in a file somewhere?
Also, what is the Snap Track morph timing related to? Milliseconds? It'd be nice to know just for reference to use with bpm.
The limit is 500 parameters by default. You can change that in your User Settings. You shouldn’t be receiving errors if you’re under the limit, but let me know if you find otherwise and give me some more info on the device(s)/device chains in question.
The smoothing speed isn’t based on any particular time interval, it just has to do with the number of steps the smoothing will occur over. I haven’t timed each step to see how long it takes, but I’ll look into that and try to clarify it in the docs.
Cool:) It's not a hassle to find the timing; it doesn't have to be exact for me, tho I haven't tried it with faster stuff yet. Good enough!
Now that I think of it, with X-Controls, I can assign 16 buttons, right (or more)? And the bottom section about Variables; that's just to make a shortcut for the button actions, right? So it would look like btn_15 = cc, 8, 100, [ex_var1] # (exvar1="Bass"/Snap Devall)
and does it have to be "btn_15" or can it be anything as an identifier ie [Bass Morph] (since they'll be attached to the cc's anyway)? [Bass Morph] = cc,8, 100, [morph to subbass]
Ah I should just find out and not go to bed yet
Last Edit: May 19, 2011 0:28:24 GMT -5 by shadx312
Just experienced an issue where both the ClyphX midi clip and the audio clip I was playing have gone into a state where I cannot Play either of them. In the ClyphX midi clip I had "[BLAH] SEL/CLIP PLAY" and after triggering it it has a stop button but no play button, and my audio clip has neither a stop button nor a play triangle. I've never experienced this before. I am literally unable to play any audio in the clip, I cannot even click my mouse in the wave form. All other clips are fine.
There is no action named Clip Play. If you were to use that action name, ClyphX would discard the word “Play” and only see “Clip” in which case the action named Clip would be performed, which deactivates/activates clips.