~grauw/gaia-tool#3: 
Restrict parameter values

For electronic wobble sounds as used in dubstep and glitch hop you need to be able to restrict LFO rates to certain values and ignore anything in between.

In more generic terms, being able to specify a restriction on the permitted values for a parameter. Any other value will be either ignored or rounded to the closest permitted value.

This feature was requested by Daniel Leggat.

Status
REPORTED
Submitter
bitbucket:Laurens Holst
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No-one
Submitted
11 years ago
Updated
4 years ago
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bitbucket:Laurens Holst 11 years ago · edit

This may be possible by resetting the value to the closest permitted value immediately after receiving a CC or TX edit data message. Though the delay may be noticeable, possibly unacceptably so.

In terms of interface, when the parameter list is represented as a table (see issue 1), a column could be added where you can specify permitted values, e.g. [80, 100, 120]. For non-table parameters, perhaps a right-click option.

This needs to be persisted in .gaia patch files too.

bitbucket:Laurens Holst 10 years ago · edit

A trick: for tempo changes you can also use the “Tempo Sync” button on the Gaia to switch between separately set synced / unsynced LFO rates. Also you can use the D-Beam.

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