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TOPIC: Armed Track Parameter Gate 1.0

Armed Track Parameter Gate 1.0 1 year 6 months ago #24402

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Hi Tom, thanks for all your great work. I posted this question in the device comments on the M4L site, but I figured you check this more often:
This is a great device, VERY essential for my set up (I feel it should be an INCLUDED utility with Live). I use this to map the same set of buttons to device activation in instrument racks in multiple tracks. Works quite well.....except for a problem: when I turn off and on some devices in one track, when I go to another track (where the same buttons are assigned to devices in THAT track), the LEDS on my nanoKontrol2 stay where they were from the previous track. I figured okay its a LED feedback issue which I may have to live with. But then I saw that the Parameter Gate dial imitates that....not sure if that's correct.....but the point being that I then have to turn the button on and off to try to match the device state before the Parameter Gate and my controller actually truly reflects the device state. It kind of derails my original intention: to use instrument racks to create quick-access large patch lists for live performance without overloading the CPU or having to load from the browser. Any thoughts? Thanks!
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