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Tayto
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Re: 3rd Party Plug-In Control Surface Parameter Lists

Sun Apr 28, 2019 3:09 am

moshimjetek@hotmail.com wrote:
too bad it has taken me so long to get to this point of working with my controller.
This plugin is my first go to unit for every channel. If you get the hang of it, it works so fast and intuitive !
turn those knobs !

Magic stuff.
Here's another layout for Waves SSL channel based on the one quoted. These work for both E and G-channel (n.b. need to copy into stereo version folders also). For ease of previewing here, I've also put params visually into groups of 8 but over 6 MCU 'pages'. Thanks to all...

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
<key>ControlSurfaceParameterOrder</key>
<array>
<string>14 FilterSplit</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>15 HP Frq</string>
<string>16 LP Frq</string>

<string>18 LF Frq</string>
<string>17 LF Gain</string>
<string>19 LF Type</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>21 LMF Frq</string>
<string>20 LMF Gain</string>
<string>22 LMF Q</string>
<string>10 EQBypass</string>

<string>24 HMF Frq</string>
<string>23 HMF Gain</string>
<string>25 HMF Q</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>28 HF Frq</string>
<string>27 HF Gain</string>
<string>26 HF Type</string>
<string>10 EQBypass</string>

<string>1 CompThresh</string>
<string>2 CompRatio</string>
<string>3 CompFast</string>
<string>4 CompRelease</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>12 DynamicBypass</string>
<string>13 DynaminCHOut</string>

<string>7 ExpThresh</string>
<string>8 ExpRange</string>
<string>5 ExpAttack</string>
<string>6 ExpRelease</string>
<string>9 ExpGate</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>12 DynamicBypass</string>
<string>13 DynaminCHOut</string>

<string>0 Analog</string>
<string>31 PhaseReverse</string>
<string>32 InputLevel</string>
<string>29 Gain</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>101 empty</string>
<string>101 empty</string>

</array>
</dict>
</plist>
Logic 10.6.2 | MT4
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Tibo2004
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Joined: Thu Mar 14, 2013 3:18 pm

Re: 3rd Party Plug-In Control Surface Parameter Lists

Sat Feb 20, 2021 9:00 pm

Hi,

Is there a way to map to a generic MIDI controller the first 8 parameters of a selected plug in? So that the 8 knobs control the first 8 parameters of whatever plug in is currently open and selected. Combined with the custom "mapping" provided in this thread it would be quite useful even for those with "basic" midi controller.

Thank you
iMac 27’ 2011, Logic Pro X, MPC Live, Native Kontrol M32, Arturia Beatstep.
 
Orchook
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Re: 3rd Party Plug-In Control Surface Parameter Lists

Wed Jun 23, 2021 6:34 pm

This is an old post but I would love if somebody can tell me how to change the logic order of parameters. When I go the the send button on the MCU. The order of parameters don't make sense at all I would love to have the sends volumes on of all sends first and then go to the rest of the parameters. Is that possible? Now the send volume for each send are 4 knobs apart...


Would really love a positive answer :)
Logic Pro X 10.2.1, Mac Pro, 12 Core 3.46 Ghz, 32 GB Ram, OS X 10.9.5
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Orchook
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Re: 3rd Party Plug-In Control Surface Parameter Lists

Thu Jun 24, 2021 4:30 pm

Bump
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facej
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Re: 3rd Party Plug-In Control Surface Parameter Lists

Sat Jun 26, 2021 1:15 pm

According to the manual...
Press the SEND button. The channel name appears on the top line, the "selected" parameter appears on the second line.

DO NOT press the SEND button a second time, that will switch it to "channel view" which is what you describe.

To cause the send levels to appear for the 8 channels simply press the "CURSOR RIGHT" key. The MCU will switch to the next send parameter for all 8 channels.

Simply put, the first send parameter is the destination for the send. The second parameter is volume.

At least that what works for me on my X-Touch MCU clone...

https://help.apple.com/logicpro/mac/9.1 ... 6section=4

Read down to the SEND button part
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Orchook
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Re: 3rd Party Plug-In Control Surface Parameter Lists

Sat Jun 26, 2021 1:58 pm

I want to be on channel view. I just want the levels of all sends be first
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facej
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Re: 3rd Party Plug-In Control Surface Parameter Lists

Sat Jun 26, 2021 2:39 pm

yeah, well, I guess the 15 years or so of Logic Control implementation isn't going to get re-worked...
Logic Pro X 10.5.1, Logic Pro 10.6.3
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