Control Knob MIDI Notes

Like a classic control-knob module but displays the MIDI note name's.

Settings

This module appears in sub-patches as inlet or outlet.

min

Minimum value of the output.

max

Maximum value of the output.

caption

Displayed caption of the object. Click to enter a new name.

symbol

Symbol of the numeric value. For example "Hz", "ms".

color

Object color.

precision

Precision of the displayed numeric value, from integer up to five digits precision. For example:

1
1.1
1.11
1.111
1.1111
1.11111

scale

Display scale:

  • linear : grows linearly from left to right.
  • log (logarithm): grows slowly on the left side, more and more quickly towards the right.
  • exp (exponential): grows quickly on the left side, more and more slowly towards the right.

reset value

Resets value applies when the reset button is pressed or when the user does a [ctrl+click].

reset

Resets all the values to the reset val value.

randomize

Randomizes values or positions.

increment

Increments the current value at a rate given by the inc/dec value.

decrement

Decrements the current value at a rate given by the inc/dec value.

inc-dec value

Increments or decrements rate value.

wrap mode

Determines what happen when the min/max value is reached after a increment/decrement operation.

wrap
  • on increment, when the max value is reached, returns to the min value
  • on decrement, when the min value is reached, returns to the max value
stops
  • on increment, when the max value is reached, stay at the max value
  • on decrement, when the min value is reached, stay at the min value

saved in preset

Determines if parameters of this object are saved in the preset-panel.

fade preset

Parameters of the this object can cross faded when you recall a preset in the grid.

Optional setting, does not appear on all objects.

can be randomized

When ON, this object will be randomized when using the randomize command of its patch.

can be reset

When ON, this object will be reseted to its default value when using the reset command of its patch.

See also

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