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Posted on Tue, Feb 25 2020 12:18
by pmjbaumann
Joined on Tue, Jun 09 2015, United Kingdom, Posts 41

I'm trying to set up a button, not a slider, on my midi keyboard (M-Audio Oxygen61) which toggles the selected track in Logic to enable/disable the corresponding channel in VEPro. I'm using Automation Mapping in VEPro 6 for this, 'learning' the button's CC number (in this case CC26) and 'learning' the enable/disable feature by clicking the power button to the left of the channel in VEPro. It seems to learn the command fine, showing '... Controller 26' as the Source and '2 Play 1/Disable' as the Destination. There isn't a dropdown option for Enable in the Destination section, and clicking the CC26 multiple times only enables the channel from a disabled state - it can't return it to a disabled state (despite the destination actually being disable rather than enable).

If I set the Source to one of the sliders, 127 (max) disables the channel, and 0 enables it. So, the feature seems to work in reverse and only on sliders, not buttons.

So, my questions:

  1. Can the direction be reversed of the feature, so 127 is enable and 0 is disable?
  2. Can the command be set to toggle from a button, rather than a slider?
  3. Can I also just check that there isn't a feature in VEPro 6 that loads the channels in an unloaded state, and only loads the samples into RAM when midi notation is received?
Peter Baumann

Host: Apple iMac 5k 27" (Late 2014), OS X Mojave, 4GHz Intel Core i7, 32GB RAM, 256GB SSD OS Drive, Samsung T1 for samples.
Slave: Windows 10 Pro, Intel Core i7 6-Core Processor i7-5930K (3.5GHz) 15MB Cache, 64GB RAM, 1TB Samsung 850 EVO SSD for samples.
Hardware: Oxygen61 Midi Keyboard, Focusrite Clarett 8Pre, Yamaha HS7 Monitors.
Software: Logic Pro X on host, VEP on Slave PC connected via gigabit ethernet.
Posted on Tue, Feb 25 2020 13:14
by pmjbaumann
Joined on Tue, Jun 09 2015, United Kingdom, Posts 41

I've solved issue no. 2, which was the button only disabling - it was a setting on my midi keyboard where the button only output a set value rather than a range/toggle.

Still not sure about questions 1 & 3, though.

Peter Baumann

Host: Apple iMac 5k 27" (Late 2014), OS X Mojave, 4GHz Intel Core i7, 32GB RAM, 256GB SSD OS Drive, Samsung T1 for samples.
Slave: Windows 10 Pro, Intel Core i7 6-Core Processor i7-5930K (3.5GHz) 15MB Cache, 64GB RAM, 1TB Samsung 850 EVO SSD for samples.
Hardware: Oxygen61 Midi Keyboard, Focusrite Clarett 8Pre, Yamaha HS7 Monitors.
Software: Logic Pro X on host, VEP on Slave PC connected via gigabit ethernet.
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