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    hey wen i use the outer of my jog wheel to slow down a track, it stops being slow as soon as i stop moving the wheel in reverse. better for me would be that the track doesnt return to normal speed until i let go of the wheel. is this changable??
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    Kaon, none of that has to do with drum and bass.

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    there isn't a touch sensor on the outer ring, so I don't think you can do this. The ring doesn't send a continuous message, it only transmits while it's moving, but if you wanted to assign the inner wheel to it then you could do it
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    just keep the wheel moving back and forth slightly once you have reached the desired pitch. Thats the only way I know of doing it..

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    i guess thatll work well, apart from being a little wavy. but thats all good. cheers
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    Kaon, none of that has to do with drum and bass.

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    You need to have the right midi translations going on to make this work properly without the wobble, i have been meaning to do this for myself but i have had other midi translation projects on the go. Ill get back to you on this when i get it done.

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    Last edited by BentoSan; 08-22-2008 at 06:37 AM.

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    Interesting factoid for MIDI junkies: The VCI-100 inner control sends out continuous relative CC messages, the outer ring sends out NoteOn/NoteOff messages from two different keys depending on direction of motion.

    In effect, the outer ring works a little like hammering away at a pair of buttons!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatlimey View Post
    Interesting factoid for MIDI junkies: The VCI-100 inner control sends out continuous relative CC messages, the outer ring sends out NoteOn/NoteOff messages from two different keys depending on direction of motion.

    In effect, the outer ring works a little like hammering away at a pair of buttons!
    Kind of the outer ring is only sending one button press, once for when you start spinning it a direction then again when it stops spinning that direction.
    I was proposing making it spurt lots of messages for control of the pitch fader.

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