Apologies for the delay. Yes, but not in that way as (pseq) isn't part of an action list (so can't be part of a macro), it precedes an action list. So, you'd put it before the macro in your X-Control: (pseq) $b4$
For each X-Control, you'll define one Macro with the same name as the X-Control and then one Macro for each mode. For example, for 3 modes, your Macros would look something like this:
$b1_mode_1$ = mute $b1_mode_2$ = solo $b1_mode_3$ = arm $b1$ = $b1_mode_1$ The naming scheme here is important. Above are the names we would use for the Macros related to the X-Control named b1. These define that $b1$ will be assigned to $b1_mode_1$ by default and when mode_1_button is pressed, to $b1_mode_2$ when mode_2_button is pressed and $b1_mode_3$ when mode_3_button is pressed.
Is it possible to define a macro like this following one?:
$b1_mode_1$ = SEL/CLIP(SEL) LOOP ON ; SEL/CLIP(SEL) END 1.5.1 ; SEL/CLIP(SEL) CUE 1.1.1 : SEL/CLIP(SEL) CUE 1.1.1 ; PLAYQ 1 BAR
Not really sure but the ":" colon doesnt look to work here ?
Hello I'm trying yo add mode fonction to a button of my lauchcontrol xl. I'm editing a user template in order to control a drumrack. It contains 7 slots: KICK, STICK, SNARE, CLAP, TOM, HATS, RIDE. On each slot (or chain) i've included a rack in order to manage Bank selection. For example, in my KICK slot, i've got a rack with 4 chains : NATURAL, ELECTRO, ETHNIC, FX. I Can select the chain with a knobmacro (live functionnality chain Number) What i want to do is to select the desired chain with a button. In my case i've 2 rows of 8 buttons, i would like to use the first button of the first down to enter in xmode 1 and the buttons 1 to 4 to select the Kick Bank 1 to 4. And do the same thing with the 2nd button of the first down to enter mode 2 but the button 1 to 4 of the 2nd row Will select the STICK Bank. I've made Thais: On the x-controls: MODE_1_BUTTON = NOTE, 11, 41, 13, 15, XMODE1 B1 = NOTE, 11, 73, 28, 60, $B1$ and on the macros.txt: $B1_MODE_1$ = DEV CH("KICK") SOLO $B1_MODE_2$ = DEV(1.1) SET CUR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The first 0 of the function DEV SET sets the macro to the value if 0 wich is the Number associated to the chain named NATURAL. Hope i've been clear :-) Thanks for tour help