I’m not sure if I understand your request correctly. You can take a look at my MIDI-CAT module which allows custom labels of the mapping slots and blinks the mapping indicators for quick reference.
Also, in the current development build every slot has scaling for input CCs and slew-limiting.
Ben, Thank you. It’s a good module, I was wanting to use the CC values as CVs, rather than mapping to a module control. And with some visual indication - probably quite a large panel. The thing being that, playing live, I would like a simple display in one place, as moving around a patch diagram is difficult.
However, by using your MIDI-CAT, Glue and 8Vert I can achieve something workable for now. I’ve just hooked up one, but if I do all of them I will have a workaround version of what I’m after.
Better than cardboard as it shows the current value of the control
But imagine having that in all in one elegant module!?
as you see, this is a really simple i have names underneath each knob K1,K2…
but because this was made with Geco to my specific case i don’t think this will make a different for you .
if you want i can share it with you
Omer, thank you. Yes I see. That’s the kind of thing I’m talking about - a module with the knob layout mirroring the hardware midi controller (Arturia MiniLab and Akai MPK mini my case).
In my fantasy module, I’d have it doing what MIDI-CC does, but with custom labels and an indicator of the current CC value. So on stage, I’d have that big panel ‘to view’ with all the guts off to one side.
I’m not even vaguely set up to write modules at this point, but thank you for the offer. At last I’ve found a module that hasn’t been written yet One day, the I’ll get the bug.
For the moment, back to the cardboard template. Ho hum.
Omer. That looks ace! And you use MIDI-Map or MIDI-Cat to map the hardware to each of your controls?
The Arturia Mini Lab has 16 (yes 16 knobs!) - in fact 18 as two have a ‘shift’ CC as well. But I was preparing some patches yesterday, and 12 is currently about right. With expression provided by the pitch and mod strips which don’t need labels as such.