July 31, 2007

Is there a Doctor in the house?

by Chris Randall
 

There is now. Dr. Device is now available.
 
 
 

18 comments:

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Jul.31.2007 @ 2:38 PM
brandon daniel
Damn, gotta wait until payday comes...
 
 

 
Jul.31.2007 @ 3:04 PM
Adam Schabtach
Heavens, Brandon, haven't you heard of Visa?

--Adam

 
 

 
Jul.31.2007 @ 3:15 PM
kokkobil3
I've got it!!!!
 
 

 
Jul.31.2007 @ 3:16 PM
kramer
CR - looks and sounds sick, i wanna know more about the "hardwired for control from popular hardware XYZ pads" though. I got a ReMote SL 25 and assigning the XY pad has always been a bit tedious. you gotts ta shut off this, assign that, then shut that off, turn this on & assign it, and then turn everything back on. Does Dr. Device do all that for me?

thnks

 
 

 
Jul.31.2007 @ 3:22 PM
Chris Randall
Well, let me put it this way: the left-hand (light grey) nubby responds to the following CCs automagically:

X axis: CC #12
Y axis: CC #13
Z axis: CC #92

These are the normal values for all Korg touchpad devices (Z1, Kaoss Pads, etc.) If your hardware poops those out on its own, you're golden. If it doesn't, you can over-write them in the fashion you described.

It should also be noted that we changed the MIDI assignment feature we normally use, due to customer request. Now, it persists through all presets and multiple instances, instead of being per patch. So if you assign a particular knob to the filter freq, it will _always_ be assigned, unless you change it.

-CR

 
 

 
Jul.31.2007 @ 4:31 PM
MidiMonk

I hate being broke.
 
 

 
Jul.31.2007 @ 4:41 PM
puffer
"Move the Grey One"

How much did that hurt to program that, Chris?

Honest, that's an amazing Theremin emulation.

(For additional fun on that turn off the delay sync. Nice.)

 
 

 
Jul.31.2007 @ 6:21 PM
myrnaloy
Purchased. Installed. Yippee!

Now the real question is when will i next have a chance to give it a whirl. Work this time of year interferes with all things good and nice.

 
 

 
Jul.31.2007 @ 10:31 PM
giantm
Just dropped the Dr. on some ambient arpeggiated synth parts that were mixed down to a bus. The initial preset that loads with the plugin sounds awesome enough. Great job.

I'm going back to fiddle about.

 
 

 
Aug.01.2007 @ 1:26 PM
puffer
I realize this is not the time to ask (seeing as your in computer hell) but is there a particular reason the X/Y isn't MIDI learn-able?
 
 

 
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