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gabriele92s

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Macro not operating in full range
« on: May 27, 2022, 10:49:29 pm »
Hi,

I was not able to find the same issue in the forum, maybe I am the first noob who is encountering this issue, or maybe I am looking for bad keywords, however,

could someone explain me why a full controller switch, only partially switch the macro relative controller?

If I set to 100% the brightness midi controller i got 100% brightness macro



But if i set to 0% via midi controller I get above 20% brightness macro, and I am unable to reach 0% via controller, this is a bit frustrating since I cant use the full range of the destinations.



I can only force this manually using the mouse and finally I can get 0% even in the macro, but via midi controller it seems to be impossible.

(please, note that this only apply to some presets, and always with different percentages, so I think that this is a preset configuration. In some presets, with the same configuration, I am able to use the full macro range via midi controller.

Where do I edit\remove this macro limiter?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Gabriel


EDIT:

If you want to check this behavior, you could check the preset called "Synthwave Split", which should be a default preset.

If you use the P1 or P2 brighthness, the controller rotation does not affect the brightness Macro of the single instruments.
« Last Edit: May 28, 2022, 12:04:16 pm by gabriele92s »

gabriele92s

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Re: Macro not operating in full range
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2022, 08:10:54 am »
Hi all.

With the last version, this behavior seems to be fixed. Now, while using the synthwave split, it is possible to operate with full range of macro.

 

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