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Code 61 preset editor MIDI mapping scale options

That would be nice to have some options to scale the MIDI MAPPING with VST parameters.
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  • Hi Will,

    Thanks for the idea!

    Can you elaborate a little further on this?
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    Ok, let me explain. Let's say the envelope Attack of a VST has a range of 0ms to 32s. Now let's say I want to change the range from 1ms to 3s instead. With the Code 61 Preset Editor I found that the MIDI CC would be 16 = 1ms, and MIDI CC 79 = 2.98s. As you can see when I set the MIDI CC at 79 I don't get exactly 3s. So, it would be nice if the Preset Editor could read VSTs parameters and be able to set more accurately that MIDI CC 16 = 1ms and MIDI CC 79 = 3s.I know it is possible because some MIDI Controller like the Nektar Panorama P series can read VSTs parameters and do what I just said. But in this case, with the Code 61, the Preset Editor software could most likely do the same with some update. Of course DAWs (Cockos Reaper in my case) can do that but it sucks cause you cannot directly save MIDI CC mapping settings with VSTs. You have to save it as a "Track Template" instead and I don't like that. You cannot save those MIDI CC mapping settings either with Ableton. But if this function was part of the Code 61 Preset Editor that would solve the problem. To make it easier maybe we could have a slider for scaling between 0-100%, with a box where you could accurately enter a percentage value (with at least 2 or 3 zeros after the dot) or something that would make it work no matter what. Somthing like on the picture >
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