min/max values

    Jan 28 2013 | 6:54 am
    Hi, if I have a mapped macro, e.g. to a frq with a range of 30hz-22khz, when i get the min and max for the macro, I receive values 0 and 127 - is there anyway to navigate to the 30hz/22khz values?
    thx Lee

    • Feb 01 2013 | 9:39 am
      I am not really competent but the module "translate" could help, no? my 2 cents ;-)
    • Feb 01 2013 | 10:40 am
      like this?
    • Feb 01 2013 | 10:42 am
      with label;
    • Feb 02 2013 | 11:46 am
      Hi, the issue is, can I navigate to the target control to find out that the min and max are actually 30 and 22000? i.e. can i get m4l to tell me these numbers. sorry if didn't phrase question very well...
    • Feb 02 2013 | 12:19 pm
      I still don't quite get what you want to do? what do you mean by navigate?
    • Feb 02 2013 | 2:10 pm
      Hi, I mean get to the underlying values.
      I have a macro that I've mapped to a control on e.g. a cutoff. when i enquire on the live object for that macro, the min and max are 0 and 127. The control it is mapped to is 30 to 22khz, so i'd like to know that i'm moving from 30 to 22khz when moving from 0 to 127. However, if i change the macro mapping from 10khz to 20khz then obv the 0-127 moves from 10-20, so i can't just default it to 30->22khz, i need to know that the control's real range is now 10khz-20khz. Does that make sense? thx
      By navigate, i mean is there anyway i can get from the min/max of the macro (0-127) to the min/max of the mapped control (30-22khz)