I am trying to use LTP to keep my midi controls from jumping. I want to use a single control to vary some timers. I have attached a basic image of what I am trying to achieve. I have a single midi knob, and I want to adjust two sliders from it, without the values jumping, when I switch the output of which I want to control.
I figured the frame delay would keep the LTP grabbing the second input, so when you switched back to the first input, it wouldn’t change until it got to the level it was as prior to switching away.
Probably something pretty simple, but it’s doing my head in!
Just for specificity, the module I’m after is one that, when active, the input and output are the same, it passes it thru, when inactive, it stores the last input value, and holds it. When the input starts to change again, it will only pass thru when the input value equals what the last held value is, then it will pass it on.
LTP looks at two input values, and the second input will only be switched to when it equals the value of the first input. This is sort of like the same thing, but with only one input.
Nearly, trouble is when you switch, but don’t hit the value, and then come back it will still jump… so close…
It’s a starting point which I also want to spread, ultimate goal is to have 8 sets of LFO’s adjusted by three knobs. I have a launchpad which can select which of the 8 lfo’s need adjusting, when you press the button for the corresponding LFO, the three adjustment knobs change the values, but only once they hit the value that the knob is currently set to, so there is no jump when changing the output. Here is an unchanged.
Just whipped this one up to illustrate this a bit easier…