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Name/Version: 9 On-Off Buttons 1.0
Author: revertless  
Description: These are 9 assignable buttons that can turn things on and off.

The buttons can be mapped to a bunch of stuff but I figured I'd give instructions to other beginners like me for assigning it to plugins.

1. Create an Audio Effect Rack and put the device and your plugin inside
2. Click the button labeled Map in the device's expanded view
3. Click on a parameter you'd like to control in your Plugins configure view.
4. Use abletons built in macros to control parameters that aren't buttons.
4. Save the rack to re-use. (You can't copy and paste this device, I'm not sure why)

As stated before this is based off the One Button device created by surferpikachu.

I tried to improve upon the user interface of the previous device I posted by making it as small as possible. Im leaving the old ones up incase this version is buggy.

Im a total novice at M4L so please feel free to improve upon this device and point out bugs. (Im using the trial version of M4L and don't plan on maintaining this device once it expires)


Device Details

Downloads: 536
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Live Version Used: 10.1.18
Max Version Used: 8.1.5
Date Added: Aug 08 2022 23:40:08
Date Last Updated: Aug 08 2022 23:53:59
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Device Type: audio_device
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Device Files

Device File: 9B.amxd


Very useful device.
But if I may comment, it could be even greater with the following changes :
- a bit bigger font (it's very very tiny)
-a way to rename each slot : right now, if you assign each slot to a plugin in your rack, it says only "Device on", so it's not easy to remember which device is associated with which slot.

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