Automapping layers

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Hello!:)

I’m an absolute noob and I would like to ask for assistance to set up layered macro automapping.
For instance, my controller would get automapped ( Xtouch mini / Midimix) to the first 8 macro on a device, then switch to the next set of 8 after a press of a button. Where do I need to start?
Thanks!

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I made an example using the Reactions mapping type. It uses Remotify’s MIDIMIX template.
The example only lets you change 4 parameters at a time.

The first 4 sliders will change the current set of 4 Macro Parameters. Sliders won’t pick up from the value on-screen, meaning that, whenever you move a slider, the value on-screen will reflect the current position of the slider. If on-screen value == 127 but your Slider is down, the value on-screen will lower to reflect the position of the Slider when it’s moved.

The 2 buttons directly above sliders 1 and 2 are used to select a different set of 4 Macro controls. The lights of the buttons should activate when they are useable.

To change between the sets of 4 macro controls that can be adjusted, I’ve used a modifier (m1) which contains a 0 or a multiple of 4 (less or equal than 12). So, on the first set of 4 Parameters, Modifier m1 == 0; on the second set of 4 Parameters, Modifier m1 == 4; etc.

The controlled macro == the value of the modifier + the slider number.
E.g. you are using the second set of 4 macro’s (Modifier m1 == 4) and are moving Slider 3, which means Parameter 7 will be moved.

There is a Log Feedback reaction that logs the current value of Modifier m1. You’ll probably see it log twice with every button press and release; it’s the last value that is the current value of Modifier m1. When “m1” == 0, only the button on the right should be lit up. When “m1” == 12, only the button on the left should be lit up. Pressing any of the dimmed buttons should not change “m1”, but it will log the value of “m1”.

You may delete this log feedback.

This example is meant to give you an idea on how to construct the script to your needs for yourself.

admin Changed status to publish May 22, 2024
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Thanks a Lot! To be honest I have a very dimm idea of the things you are explaining to me because of the lack of my knowledge. Do you know any good source of turorials? The remotify tutorials seems to be very outdated.
Thanks!

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I can’t pinpoint any tutorial. The reason it seems outdated is because the UI was overhauled not to long ago, but most of the lesson is still valid. My advice would be to watch the video tutorials and to start simple before trying to make increasingly difficult scripts. Experiment around a small idea and see what’s possible and what’s not. For more in depth control, some basic knowledge of the Python coding language can be useful. I might try my hand at making some small tutorials in the future. I’ve made a spreadsheet that I linked at the bottom of another post (the one where I post some feedback about CSS) wherein I try to collect all kinds of info surrounding CSS (like all the different Conditions and Actions + their descriptions, any useful tutorials I find in the community forum, …). It might be helpful.

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Thanks for your help!

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Just one more question. With what had been the Banking Device Parameter replaced with?
I can’t find anything similar.

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