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Liine Lemur - Fader default values

MrLinssi

A glorified bedroom musician.
Calling all Lemur wizards! I'd like to control some of the parameters inside Cubases's control room (mainly levels). I know there is a way to have the faders display the Db values and also to start with a default value of, say, 0Db. This probably involves a script and I have no idea how to do it...doing a google search didn't help either.
 

dgburns

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Create a fader, let's call it Fader
Create a pad, let's call it Pads
Create a script for 'Pads' called 'action'

Execution- On Expression X (I use the either going up or down condition)

Fader.x=.64;

In this example I specify the object 'Fader' and call upon it to set the value of x to .64. Remember that the values go to 100. If you need them to go to 127, in the sidebar for Fader, use value = x*127 instead of just x.

You can also define a value of 'Fader' on load, but setting up a button is better because you can hit it whenever you like. You can set up one pad for a calibrated level, and others for different volume positions once you know the values to set for 'Fader.x'
 

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dgburns

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While we're at it, here's another one to create a label for that Pad

Create a script and call it label

On Execution On Load

setattribute(Pads,'labels',{'calibrated volume'});

In this script, you specify the object 'Pads' and call the pad 'calibrated volume'. Make sure the Multilabel box is checked on the far left sidebar.
 

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MrLinssi

MrLinssi

A glorified bedroom musician.
While we're at it, here's another one to create a label for that Pad

Create a script and call it label

On Execution On Load

setattribute(Pads,'labels',{'calibrated volume'});

In this script, you specify the object 'Pads' and call the pad 'calibrated volume'. Make sure the Multilabel box is checked on the far left sidebar.
It works like a charm, much appreciated! :)
 
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