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So... drambo... is MIDI mapping releasing update soon?

Just impatient.... I have my brand new LCXL sitting here quiet...dying to control everything in drambo.

😄

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  • It's in the works for the next big update, yes. Dunno about exact ETA.


  • Yes :) I hope 1-2 weeks

  • Such a wonderful screenshot!

  • @giku_beepstreet nice! Do you have any plans for making the trigger pads, sequencer and page controls midi-mappable too?

  • @giku_beepstreet said:

    Yes :) I hope 1-2 weeks

  • Yes. This is the one big feature missing for my setup. AUM and Drambo can do almost anything together :)

  • I have a feeling being able to control the scene crossfader via midi will be the single most consequential addition for me in the history of music software. Now, I just wish there were reasonable quality midi crossfader style cadets available. I’m pretty sure I’m slowing fucking up the cadets on my LCXL by treating them like a dj fader...

  • @dreamsaremaps said:
    I have a feeling being able to control the scene crossfader via midi will be the single most consequential addition for me in the history of music software. Now, I just wish there were reasonable quality midi crossfader style cadets available. I’m pretty sure I’m slowing fucking up the cadets on my LCXL by treating them like a dj fader...

    Make one yourself :)
    https://www.synthanatomy.com/2020/05/yaeltex-lets-you-design-your-dream-midi-controller-will-buit-it-for-you.html

  • @giku_beepstreet said:

    Yes :) I hope 1-2 weeks

    Would you please please please consider adding in the ability to use relative midi (ie 63/65) mapping so we can use encoders?

    Sooo many parameters we could control, and it’s too easy to run out of absolute pots. But if you’d support relative midi mapping, a single encoder bank/device (like the faderfox or or DJ tech tools midi box) would be sooo much more useful.

    I’ve ranted for years that I can figure out why iOS is the only platform in the world we’re devs don’t support relative midi... so since Drambo is like the most amazing thing on iOS, seems you could lead that charge. 😁

  • These look epic! Will wait for some reporting once they get out there a bit, but could be just the ticket!

  • edited May 8

    @NoiseFloored said:
    @giku_beepstreet nice! Do you have any plans for making the trigger pads, sequencer and page controls midi-mappable too?

    I've heard someone whisper heavenly blueprints into my ears... 😇

    @echoopera Love your memes! That ancient greek ideograph was priceless 😁

  • @dreamsaremaps said:
    I have a feeling being able to control the scene crossfader via midi will be the single most consequential addition for me in the history of music software. Now, I just wish there were reasonable quality midi crossfader style cadets available. I’m pretty sure I’m slowing fucking up the cadets on my LCXL by treating them like a dj fader...

    I picked up an Evolution X-session recently for £30. 16 knobs and a crossfader + midi mappable buttons, works great with a Yamaha MD-bt01 bluetooth dongle and a USB battery. The night I shared with Pure Acid and those knobs is a fond memory longing to be repeated (I didn't buy it for the crossfader, but I mapped it anyway and it made me smile every time I swiped it).

  • https://forum.audiob.us/profile/giku_beepstreet>; @MonkeyDrummer said:

    @giku_beepstreet said:

    Yes :) I hope 1-2 weeks

    Would you please please please consider adding in the ability to use relative midi (ie 63/65) mapping so we can use encoders?

    Sooo many parameters we could control, and it’s too easy to run out of absolute pots. But if you’d support relative midi mapping, a single encoder bank/device (like the faderfox or or DJ tech tools midi box) would be sooo much more useful.

    I’ve ranted for years that I can figure out why iOS is the only platform in the world we’re devs don’t support relative midi... so since Drambo is like the most amazing thing on iOS, seems you could lead that charge. 😁

    Very much agree with this.

    Relative midi would be amazing ... please...please...please

  • @giku_beepstreet said:

    Yes :) I hope 1-2 weeks

    Will we be able to map the 16 scene buttons (A-P)?

    Thanks

  • @no1normal said:
    Will we be able to map the 16 scene buttons (A-P)?

    +1

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