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Assign LFO ratio to a macro knob

Discussion in 'MASSIVE' started by hclc, Nov 20, 2009.

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  1. hclc

    hclc Forum Member

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    I want to assign the LFO ratio to the Macro controls. But from what I can tell it's not possible. Is this true? I hope not. That would be sad! It's the only way I figured out how to make Massive wobble.

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  2. PaulSC

    PaulSC NI Product Owner

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    You can right-click and MIDI-learn the numerator and/or denominator parameters. Is that a useful approach for you?
  3. hclc

    hclc Forum Member

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    Thanks PaulSC. That was rather obvious. I just got caught up in the macro feature.
  4. PaulSC

    PaulSC NI Product Owner

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    Happy wobbling! :)
  5. Nick Fury

    Nick Fury New Member

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    I was just wondering. I understand about assigning a controller through midi learn on to the LFO ratio. But what if you want to assign one macro knob to 3 different LFO rates. Because as of now I can only assign one knob to one LFO rate at a time. I'm using the latest version of Massive, and Acid Pro 6. I also own Ableton Live 8.1 if this can be done in there.
    Thanks,

    Nick
  6. ew

    ew Moderator

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    With ccs you can't do that; each can only have one destination with Massive.

    ew
  7. Nick Fury

    Nick Fury New Member

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    Ok cool.. I gotta it to work in Ableton pretty cool beans with configuring.. Thanks,
  8. Artemiy Pavlov

    Artemiy Pavlov Forum Member

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    If you want, you can have two duplicate oscillators with different LFO rates and assign a macro knob to crossfade between them.
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