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Thread: Resolume Arena + Ocsculator in midi

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    Resolume Arena + Ocsculator in midi

    Hi all,

    I have recently started VJing with resolume arena and i'm loving the experience!
    I am total beginner when it comes to the of VJing and especially MIDI.

    I'm currently using my Ipad with TouchOSC to control Resolume. After a lot of reading (especially here), I managed to figure out how to control resolume using TouchOSC and Osculator. But I have only figured out how to configure buttons.
    Let me explain as I probably don't use the correct terminology.

    In resolume I have managed to configure everything such as changing decks, layers and buttons that only need to be pressed once. In Osculator i used the Midi CC in Event Type and chose the appropriate channel and value.

    However, I cant seem to to get button such as volume, fader... (those that need sliding) to work.

    Which setting in Osculator do I have to use for such controls.

    As I said, I'm a totally beginner in this world so if its possible try to keep the explanation as simple as possible.

    Thanks in advance for help.

    SpooksJB

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    Hi SpooksJB,

    I have read the Resolume Avenue manual section about MIDI mapping, and they don't mention anything special about faders or knobs. I believe it would works well with MIDI Control Changes (CC).

    From https://docs.google.com/View?id=dfx7c2hn_124g8hq72ct :

    MIDI also supports sliders and dials (called Continuous Controllers) which give you more control over numerical values.
    I am sorry not being able to help further. As I don't own this software, I can't explain the reason why it does not work for you. I would suggest you ask the resolume support team for more information about this issue.


    Best Regards,
    Camille

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    Hi Camille,

    Thank you very much for your reply!
    I'll check with resolume and see what they can suggest.

    I'll be definitely donating towards Osculator as you're support is quick and a very handy little tool.

    Thanks again,

    Jake

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    Much appreciated Jake, I'll be happy to assist you if you have any other question.

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