Changing values sent from an encoder
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    Question Changing values sent from an encoder

    Hi,
    I got the DJTT Midifighter Twister Ableton 9.6 Midi Map. However, i was just looking for a script so that I can assign my encoders how I want, not a mapping that I cannot that easily modify within ableton. So I just went to the Map.py file and change the channel (1st line) and now everything works fine somehow.

    I'm just trying to figure out something more : how to map an encoder to record arm. On an other controller I just changed de Off Value to 127 and it would work, but I can't do this from the Midi Fighter Utility. Can I somehow modify this behavior in the python files ? Where should I look ?

    Thanks for reading and for your answer!

    MiluX

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    While the values sent from the encoders can't be configured via the MF Utility you could use Bome's Midi software to translate velocity value to how ever you need.

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    Thanks Stewe.
    I found a workout with the free program midiStroke. I just send a keystroke on both the 0 and 127 value of the encoder and assign this keystroke in Ableton, that's the simplest way I found yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by milux View Post
    Thanks Stewe.
    I found a workout with the free program midiStroke. I just send a keystroke on both the 0 and 127 value of the encoder and assign this keystroke in Ableton, that's the simplest way I found yet...
    Brilliant!

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