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Name/Version: Current Param Knob 0.0.1
Author: zsteinkamp  
Description: Allows you to map a single MIDI controller that always controls whatever parameter is currently selected in the Live set.

This lets you just click a param anywhere in any track with the mouse, then use a consistent, physical, high-fidelity controller to make adjustments.
 

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Live Version Used: 11.1.1
Max Version Used: 8.1.5
Date Added: Apr 10 2022 01:28:58
Date Last Updated: Apr 10 2022 01:29:30
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link) https://github.com/zsteinkamp/m4l-CurrentParamKnob
License (more info): None


Comments

Hi, thanks for your work.

This is a great idea & a feature that should be native really.

Is there a way you can assign it to a an audio unit / vst's parameter by clicking on a knob in its interface rather than just live / max knobs?

I understand you can you can assign plugin parameters to a plugins live panel and do it from there but that seems to be against the point.

If it's not in Live's API maybe there a way to have a plugin automatically assign a parameter to it's Live panel so your device can read it from there?

Cheers! P


Hey P -- This bugs me too. I've taken to giving some attention to the live panel configuration for my 3rd party VSTs so I can easily find the parameters I automate most. Make sure you "Save as Default Configuration" after rearranging or adding params.

I'd love to hear if others have a solution to this.

Hello zsteinkamp,

this sounds like a really helpful device!
It would have saved me a lot of time setting up my Ableton Controller on TouchOSC. Unfortunatly I am done with it so far already, having done it all manually...
But I have another question, since I presume you are into LUA scripting for TouchOSC as well: there is a little thing that I would realize in my setup which probably demands some scripting what I am not capable of.

Hence my question if you could consider doing a little custom scrpit for me. Of course I would be reades to pay something for th effort.

best
gert

Hi Gert -- I'd be happy to help you figure something out, but I'm not really into doing coding work for money. I already do that for my full time job. But I'm happy to hear what you're trying to accomplish and give some tips for how to accomplish it! Email me at zack@steinkamp.us.

You may also be interested in my bigger TouchOSC/M4L project called Knobbler3. https://github.com/zsteinkamp/m4l-zs-Knobbler3

TTYL!

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