On Sat, Jul 19, 2003 at 12:38:08AM -0600, Shayne Cafferata wrote:
> programming sliders(or knobs) are a great idea. anyone done this? i do live programming and the buttons suck for that. actually, they're not bad because they force you to do slow
> sweeps, and thus, retain dynamics. be nice to have the option tho'.
You could add an angular encoder and have that trigger the up/down buttons.
Wouldn't generate a true slider, per se, but that would give a knob with 360
degree rotation that would change the values as you twist.
Making a true slider would require playing with the firmware...
Another option, for the Ex/MkII users, would be one of those programmable
knob/slider midi controllers. Wait... there is a midi controller value for
data entry, anyone know if the MkI would respond to that?
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