POCKET FADER. MIDI Control Box mit 16 Schiebereglern, MIDI Control Box with 16 Faders. nicht mehr lieferbar, no longer available. free shipping in the lower 48 states. great for mini set ups POCKET DIAL is a MIDI control box with 16 endless rotary encoders. This enables a jump-less. Does anybody use this for the OT? what about the relative cc´s? if you change patterns on the OT with different settings, how does it behave?.
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For Pocket Control or Pocket Fader this feature would not make much sense as for these devices the absolute positions of the rotary potentiometers resp.
Doepver this case Pocket Dial does not “know” doelfer absolute value of the parameter but transmits only the information data increment abbreviation: The DIP switch is set to preset no This feature makes sense for Pocket Dial as it makes 64 “virtual” controls available 4 banks with 16 controls each.
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To realize jump-free changes there are 2 fundamental solutions: Pocket Dial transmits absolute data. The “new” MIDI messages are: If one operates the control for this parameter there will be a jump to 94 or 96 depending if the control was operated up or down.
Switching from one bank to another calls up the previous 16 controller data for the new bank thus leading to jump-free changing of up to 64 parameters.
This problem can be solved if the device controlled by Pocket Dial outputs the new values i. After a program doepger of the device controlled by Pocket Dial parameter jumps will occur.
The main difference are the dodpfer bank buttons which allow fast switching between 4 succeeding presets. The memory management is nearly the same as for Pocket Control and Pocket Fader.
There is only a general Data increment Controller 96 decimal, resp. If one operates the control for this parameter Pocket Dial will transmit 24 or 22 depending if the control was operated up or down.
If this pockket the controller data value will be used as the new starting data for this controller of course the MIDI channel has to be the same too.
The DIP switch at the rear panel determines the number of the first of these 4 presets. Pocket Dial receives these values and uses them doepfre new starting values. H means hexadezimal values.
Pocket Dial receives this new value and uses it as the new start value. Thanks to the endless rotary encoders used in pocket Dial jump-free changes of parameters become true provided that some requirements are met.
In the MIDI spec we found no statement concerning this byte. With the 4 bank buttons the presets 42, 43, 44 and 45 can be selected. Pocket Dial fial receive these data and check out if one of the controller numbers assigned to the 16 encoders matches with one of these controller numbers.