Seems like you don't know what an object inspector is -> Select your
object and press Apple+I....
Seems you didn't have the idea to type the action you want to do in an
object, say *scale*
Seems you don't even know the + and * objects which appears in tutorial 8!!
So, if you like to build a VST plugin, it would be *strongly*
recommanded that you RTFM and STFW, before asking any question here.
> Hello Lawrence.
> THX for reply.Idont know how it works with the scale object
> but lister from sweden give me a good soloution with the
> + and - objects.
Do check out scale - you can do it all in one object!
As I recall, you were mapping 0 to 127 onto -64 to 64.
Just do 'scale 0 127 -64 64'
Or if you want it inverted 'scale 0 127 64 -64'
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>Do check out scale - you can do it all in one object!
>As I recall, you were mapping 0 to 127 onto -64 to 64.
Yes, the scale object is brilliant (as well as the reference manual and
tutorials for that matter).
Nevertheless, if you are creating vst plugins the pp object will replace
the scale object in several situations. Also, I don't know why (is this
a bug?), you might experience problems connecting your dial or slider to
pp when working with negative numbers. Please have a look at this example:
thanks for reply this.But i didn`t understand this
// use some floats inbetween. (Some gating with the index out required)
can you tell or show me more about this soloution
> Hello Stefan.
> thanks for reply this.But i didn`t understand this
> // use some floats inbetween. (Some gating with the index out required)
> can you tell or show me more about this soloution