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Problem on "Feedback when data received" for faders and controller MIDI

Postby mariopont » Sat Mar 11, 2017 9:57 am

Dear staff
I have a sushi with DVC4 complete license.
I use many controllers, also with motorized faders.
I trigger the faders with the program and so when i move the fader from the controller midi, the corresponding fader in DVC4 moves.
When i move the fader from the DVC4 with mouse, the corresponding fader on the controller moves.
But when i select a memory in the DVC4 and the faders in the software moves at the corresponding memory, the faders in the midi controller doesn’t move.
When I trigger faders, I select “Feedback when data received” but it seems that will not remain selected.

Another request…
There is a button to lock memories in edit mode?

Thanks!

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Re: Problem on "Feedback when data received" for faders and controller MIDI

Postby mariopont » Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:59 pm

Nothing?!

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Re: Problem on "Feedback when data received" for faders and controller MIDI

Postby TomHat » Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:29 am

Hey Mariopont,

Your first request has been taken care off and will be available in next version.

Mariopont wrote:There is a button to lock memories in edit mode?

I'm not sure I understand what you mean.

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Re: Problem on "Feedback when data received" for faders and controller MIDI

Postby mariopont » Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:25 am

For the first thanks!

For the second problem:
I often accidentally activates a memory and change unintentionally, but then I can not more a Return to Values of the original memory. It would take a key That Blocks The memory and does not allow changes in edit mode

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Re: Problem on "Feedback when data received" for faders and controller MIDI  Topic is solved

Postby TomHat » Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:06 pm

Sorry, there is no such thing. The EDIT mode's purpose is to save the set values as they arrive. Although, LIVE mode might do what you want, as the data you set in LIVE mode with midi sliders can easily be reset to original values.

Hope this helps.

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Re: Problem on "Feedback when data received" for faders and controller MIDI

Postby mariopont » Tue Apr 18, 2017 5:16 am

Dear staff
in the last beta version midi connection doesn't work for nothing, i can't map nothing...

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Re: Problem on "Feedback when data received" for faders and controller MIDI

Postby mheidler@heimedia.de » Fri Jun 29, 2018 1:20 pm

mariopont wrote:Dear staff
I have a sushi with DVC4 complete license.
I use many controllers, also with motorized faders.
I trigger the faders with the program and so when i move the fader from the controller midi, the corresponding fader in DVC4 moves.
When i move the fader from the DVC4 with mouse, the corresponding fader on the controller moves.
But when i select a memory in the DVC4 and the faders in the software moves at the corresponding memory, the faders in the midi controller doesn’t move.
When I trigger faders, I select “Feedback when data received” but it seems that will not remain selected.

Thanks!




Is this problem fixed in the new beta? I have the same problem, using the version from Dec. 12, 2017.
Greetings,
Michael


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