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    Default time release paramaters?

    how do you map a button to automatically adjust a parameter of an effect after a certain amount of time , ie eans new mf3d mappings?
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    Which effect do you mean? Like in this video at 39 seconds, where effects like transpose stretch kick in as the "super combo" to the beat masher?



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    that and just how some of the others simply roll the parameters in or out after a few beats like you normally would using a knob
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    Ok, Ean is using the "auto repeat" setting, which you can set when you map a knob control (like the effect amount) as a button, with a decrementing (Dec) or incrementing (Inc) "Interaction Mode". This is also a place where NI could enhance the mapping system with a beat timing value for the auto repeat. Like the auto repeat trigger hitting every 1/16th , 1/8th, 1/4 ,1 , 4 or 8 beats. That would be cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scamo View Post
    Ok, Ean is using the "auto repeat" setting, which you can set when you map a knob control (like the effect amount) as a button, with a decrementing (Dec) or incrementing (Inc) "Interaction Mode". This is also a place where NI could enhance the mapping system with a beat timing value for the auto repeat. Like the auto repeat trigger hitting every 1/16th , 1/8th, 1/4 ,1 , 4 or 8 beats. That would be cool.

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    Not out of the box but a simple program like Loopbe1 allows to create an output signal you can use to create a system of modifiers representing the beats passing within a phrase or any other defined length and map commands depending on the current counting (Traktor interpreting its own messages). It's the same trick you use to create auto-loop rolls within Traktor for example. At a single press of one button with one finger you can launch a cascading flow of events that no hands are able to reproduce unless you get an extra pair.
    That's not something I really like as I have basic fears for too much automation, but that's still something possible.
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    Thanks Yul, but I hope NI will come up with their own better automation for mapping, which they said they are ready to attack. I'll wait for them, as I simply don't have the time to experiment with great suggestions like the one you just gave me. I wish I did.

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