In Sticky Assign Multiple Paramters To Macro Controls & Assign Minimum/maximum Values.

Discussion in 'Feature Suggestions' started by puzzlefactory, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. alpert

    alpert NI Product Owner

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    This should be bumped from time to time.
     
  2. shephurd

    shephurd NI Product Owner

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    just updated to v2, and hell yes. this is the first thing i tried to do with macros.. its a must have
     
  3. AKARIX

    AKARIX New Member

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    I use Maschine for psytrance live performance, and this feature is really missing :mad:

    @anybody : Is there a list the next features and the ETA (a roadmap) ? Seems that it's complicated to know how long we'll have to wait.
     
  4. Asher Ben Shalom

    Asher Ben Shalom New Member

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    +1 Yes Yes! pretty please, with sugar on top.
     
  5. KaOsphere

    KaOsphere Member

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  6. t2k

    t2k NI Product Owner

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    Yes, please. :)
     
  7. Olihop

    Olihop NI Product Owner

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    Info : Since the release of version 2.5 and the new plugin Perform FX, it is possible to assign a minimum and maximum value to some parameter.
     
  8. Will Zégal

    Will Zégal NI Product Owner

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    Yes, but we'd like to have it in regular macros (at least) and assign more than one parameter to a button... or a strip.
     
  9. Mr36

    Mr36 NI Product Owner

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    It was stated by NI at the recent Maschine Jam launch event that more advanced macros, including the ability to transmit CC messages to control external MIDI devices, was on the horizon. The horizon always seems a long way away though, unfortunately.
     
  10. Tomess

    Tomess NI Product Owner

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  11. RustyBumpkin

    RustyBumpkin New Member

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    +1 said it in another thread, but mimmick the container function from Guitar Rig 5, where you can also adjust value ranges and polarity, and do all kinds of awesome combinations with just one mod.
     
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  12. TheAndroid

    TheAndroid NI Product Owner

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    +1
     
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  13. just1n

    just1n NI Product Owner

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    That’s a sexy ass feature
     
  14. Sangeeta

    Sangeeta NI Product Owner

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    I want it aswell.
     
  15. Ramon E Alvarez

    Ramon E Alvarez New Member

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    +1 BUMP!!! This is a must!!! It will be the first hardware with Multi Macro functions like Massive and Serum!!! LE GO!!!
     
  16. Common Sense

    Common Sense New Member

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    bump this up!
     
  17. involvelemons

    involvelemons NI Product Owner

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    I dusted off my Maschine MK2 today to see if it would be fun to get an MK3, realized you can’t assign multiple parameters to a macro. Making it not...really a macro. More like a shortcut.

    Being able to adjust the pitch of all samples simultaneously, for instance, would be a huge win. For me it’s the one feature that makes the MPC Live a compelling option over Maschine.
     
  18. D-One

    D-One Moderator Moderator

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    You might need to do some research, watch some vids or read the manual, note I mean no offense by saying this.
    If you selected multiple pads and turn the tunning it affects them all, as well as many, many other things.
     
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  19. involvelemons

    involvelemons NI Product Owner

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    Thanks for the response!

    But you can’t have a dedicated macro knob assigned to this, right? I would like to adjust the pitch of all samples as a momentary performance move in the context of live finger drumming. Sort of like a pitch control pedal on a synth. I don’t want to always have to select all pads in the context of a heated performance. Too much opportunity for things going horribly wrong, like setting all the pads to the same amp envelope release time or something
     
  20. D-One

    D-One Moderator Moderator

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    You can: Go to Group, press 'select' then press 'all', its just two button presses...
    Or if you really want to Macro you then have to sample into a pad instead of a group, to play them you have to enable keyboard mode on that pad, the advantage is you can have more than 16 slices and do things like this:
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