Multi version of rslider


    Oct 17 2007 | 3:18 pm
    Hey Gang,
    Is there any sort of a "multi" version of rslider. What I'm looking for s a slider that can have several ranges or bands that when you change the upper edge of one band, it is also changing the lower edge of the next band. You see these used a lot in multi-band compressors, but I'm looking for just the slider part of that. Are there any 3rd party creations that will do that? Thanks so much.

    • Oct 17 2007 | 10:03 pm
      something like this ?
      Quote: bkshepard wrote on Wed, 17 October 2007 17:18 ---------------------------------------------------- > Hey Gang, > > Is there any sort of a "multi" version of rslider. What I'm looking for s a slider that can have several ranges or bands that when you change the upper edge of one band, it is also changing the lower edge of the next band. You see these used a lot in multi-band compressors, but I'm looking for just the slider part of that. Are there any 3rd party creations that will do that? Thanks so much. ----------------------------------------------------
    • Oct 18 2007 | 4:04 am
      Hey karrrlo,
      Thanks for the reply, what I really have in mind is something like this. This patch is a non-working, graphical representation only.
    • Oct 18 2007 | 7:49 pm
      i may offer you [110.OLS] which was made for these situatins.
    • Oct 21 2007 | 6:53 pm
      Hi Roman,
      Thanks for the lead. I've been looking at your 110.OLS object, but am a bit confused as to how you hook it up. Do you connect it to rsliders? Thanks again!
    • Oct 22 2007 | 4:10 am
      Quote: bkshepard wrote on Sun, 21 October 2007 12:53 ---------------------------------------------------- > Hi Roman, > > Thanks for the lead. I've been looking at your 110.OLS object, but am a bit confused as to how you hook it up. Do you connect it to rsliders? Thanks again! > ----------------------------------------------------
      for rslider you would need one for the max and one for the min value. i can make you a patch tomorrow or so if you dont get it to work.
    • Oct 22 2007 | 7:11 pm
      Quote: Roman Thilenius wrote on Sun, 21 October 2007 21:10 ----------------------------------------------------
      > i can make you a patch tomorrow or so if you dont get it to work. ----------------------------------------------------
      Thanks for the suggestion and for the offer. Let me take a shot at it over the next couple of days and see where I end up. If I'm stumped, I'll give you a shout. Thanks, again!
    • Oct 22 2007 | 7:42 pm
      You might look at waveform~ too, not for audio, but for its slider / range selection (better functionality and looks better than rslider). Use the right selection values to set the left range of the next slider, etc. You could also use the Link Out (rightmost outlet) to send data down the pipe to the next one. A little math and you're there.
      Well, you should also use waveform~ for audio, if you haven't before. ;) it rocks!
      --CJ
    • Oct 22 2007 | 7:57 pm
      Hey thanks CJ. I have used waveform~ for audio, but didn't think about just using the range functions. I'll give that a shot.
    • Oct 25 2007 | 12:24 am
      Here's a tool using the waveform~ for selecting a range. It spits out values from 0 to 999, then I have it scaled to 1 - 64. Scale however you need. It's intended to be a bpatch - in - box.
      You do need to load a dummy wave file to get it working, unless someone on the list knows how to get around this?? Just make a wave file that's 1000 ms. with no signal, then once that's loaded you've got your range bar (which looks and functions much better than the standard range bar IMO). The "move" feature is especially nice. So, this range can be used for anything, not just playback position.
      --CJ
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    • Oct 25 2007 | 3:25 am
      duh, peek~ or poke~ to write values in....! sheesh, so obvious I missed it.