|Description:||Honey Mapper is the successor of my old Sixteen Macros mapping device.
You place a Honey Mapper inside a Rack and control it with one of the 8 Macros that the Rack provides.
A parameter can be mapped by clicking on it first and then on the Map button of a Honey Mapper.
Multiple parameters anywhere in the Live Set can be controlled with a single Macro.
You can give a custom name to any of the Macros, which will be displayed on Control Surfaces like Push.
- Map one Macro to as many parameters as you like.
- An envelope with curves that allows you to remap the 0-127 range of the Macro against the range of any parameter. You can even skip values, useful if you want to skip a few filtertypes for example.
- The Envelope can be set by either clicking on it or by setting specific X and Y values. (X is the Macro value, Y is the target value)
- No parameter values are stored, so there are no issues with a set reloading with the wrong values.
- Works with all Control Surfaces that can control Rack Devices. If it has a display, it will show the (custom) name of the Macro and a value range from 0 to 127.
- Also works with MIDI Learn to the Macro Controls.
- It will also work combined with “Normal” Macro mappings. In that case you can get it to display a different value instead of the default 0-127. For example, if you map it to a filter parameter inside the Rack, it will display the filter values. While also able to control many other parameters. You basically decide which visual feedback you get.
- Works with the MIDI Takeover Modes that are native to Live
- Toggle the locked parameters on/off with the Rack on/off buttons.
- Settings can be saved with your Live Set.
- Settings can be saved as a Rack Preset if everything that is mapped is also in the Rack.
- Settings can be saved as a Live Clip if all the mappings are on the same Track. (You can load mappings across tracks by importing .als Live Set files though)
- A parameter can only be mapped once. Duplicating a mapped device or trying to map a parameter twice will give an error in the Max window.
- You can map to the same Macro that is controlling a Mapped device. So if a Macro is the last parameter you clicked on before you press the Map button, you basically got a feedback loop.
On the plus side of that, you can control one Macro that has say 16 mappings with their own curve, from another Honey Mapper with its specific curve. You can go as deep as you want as long as Live can handle it.
- Click to make a Breakpoint.
- Shift + Click to delete a Breakpoint
- Hold ALT and drag the line between 2 Breakpoints to alter a Curve.
- Use the X and Y boxes to set the values with more precision. Use the Command modifier for fine control of the Y value.
|Tags||utility, hardware, push|
|Live Version Used:||9.6.2|
|Max Version Used:||7.2.4|
|Date Added:||Feb 09 2017 08:50:12|
|Date Last Updated:||Not updated yet|
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