Lemur supports Core Midi, so there should be no problem getting communication working with that thing. You easily can map one of the footswitch buttons to a a single switch or button in the template - use the Mapping window in the Lemur editor to map the switch or control to the MIDI message sent by the footpedal.
Thanks for the kind words. I do need to put up a donation link. So many things to do ... I also need to write a user manual and put up some demo videos.Hi Scrutinizer,
wow - your template rocks big time! Thanks SO much for your work!!
I must admit I only came across this app in the course of the latest AE delay - as I believe it will now take some time now before that thing gets finally launched, I thought I give it a try. So within really short time, I got Lemur up and running on Win 7 64, connected to my iPad 2 without any problems over my Wifi network, loaded your template via the editor and.... bingo! Fast and painless - there is not even a big latency in the update rates of the controls.
You have obviously put in quite some work. I just started fiddling with it but I can see already that this will be a great tool for daily Axe work.
I suggest you set up a paypal link somewhere so that people can donate a little something to show their appreciation for your time and dedication (I would certainly like to donate).
One question I have: On all faders, the associated values do not show up (only in the fader top position a 0 is displayed) or show up truncated (only the last digit of the value shows up - e.g. level "3 dB" when it should be "13 dB"). Also I notice that on some buttons, the value shows funny characters - i.e. on the "T Stack Location" button, the displayed values change from nothing to "v" to "§" to "'" - this seems to not be the case in the screen shows in this thread. Is this somethig I can change? Or could it have to do with me using an iPad with German language settings (that would appear plausible for the characters but not for the truncated slider values).
Actually I have another question: While running your template AND the "old" AE: In the looper, changes on the iPad (like pressing the start button) are reflected in AE while on the AE amp page nothing is reflected in AE - is this simply a case of this having not being coded in AE or just coincidence? Just asking because I thought you might know as you have dug so deep into the subject.
Again - thank you very much for your Lemur project template! I would certainly recommend to anyone wanting an editor now to shell out the 50 bucks for Lemur as your template makes it well worth for use with the Axe.
It's easy to revert back the old protocol, I think only one (correction: two) line of code in the template need to change. Find the following script:Small update: The object values (fader values, button values) worked until v 1.99b7 and certainly as of v 2.x do not work anymore.
I have tried to compare the handling in 1.99b7 (with already modified paramter passing compared to older versions) with 2.x in respect to the sxout() and sxoutHandler script / object but could not find any difference - hopefully you can find the discrepancy...
I tried to get it working weeks ago, but currently there is no way to sync the template to IA switch presses on a footswitch (MFC101 or third party) connected to the AxeII. The CC messages from the footswitch do not get rebroadcast as USB MIDI messages ... this might be intentional and/or might be something that will change with future AxeII firmware that supports Axe Edit TNP. Seems like that would be needed to keep AE in sync w/ a MFC101, so I am hopeful that solution is not too far away.Thanks for the update! My MIDI success rate is constantly on 100% and I also think than that the keyboard language setting is no issue. I think then it is a version mismatch as I am still on V7 - will upgrade to 9.02 soon (but that then explains it), but will also try the code change you suggested for V7 for practice.
While you are online, two more quick ones: I am trying to use my FCB1010 together with your template to control the Axe (and ideally have the template reflect changes).
When I i.e. activate / deactivate "Drive" with the FCB on the JCM800 patch, the Axe reflects that immediately, the template only if I press and hold the DRV tab button at the bottom (so it refreshes) - Auto Sync is enabled. Is there a way to sort that without modifying scripts?
I also saw that when the Wah is enabled, all sliders work except "control" which also has a darker color than the others. I can work "control" with one of my FCB pedals no problem.
I was experimenting with another deamon entry for my FCB to send to Lemur but that seems not to fly...
Again thanks for your thoughts on this,
Excellent!Tried your suggested code changes for the template in V7: Works perfectly now!! All values are displayed correctly!! )) GREAT
Scrutinizer,When a parameter has an attached modifier, the associated control in the template does not have any effect. Try the ExtControl page in the template, the first fader is Ext1 and controls the wah on many factory presets.
Unfortunately it does not work for me yet. Does one have to set up something in the deamon? I have tried to set up another connection (like Lemur listening for my FCB1010) in there but that could only be routed to another port and not the same as the Axe uses (0) which is likely not the way to go.Incoming CC# 33 or CC#37-99 messages trigger resync of byp states
I am not sure if Liine is planning on releasing a version of Lemur for the Windows 8 tablet. I am not affiliated with Liine, but I should disclose that I am a beta tester for Lemur.I'd like to give this a try, but I'm a Windows guy. Not going to let one app force me to buy expensive hardware I otherwise would not buy. Is there still no way to use this app without buying an ipad? Will a Windows 8 tablet ever be supported?
It would be easy to change the behavior so it listens on MIDI Target 0 thru 3 simultaneously.Excellent stuff - thank you so very much Scrutinizer!!
The way you have streamlined some of the pages looks really good. I use delay a lot and the most used delay parameter for me is "Mix". Having that as a fader makes controlling the values so much easier.
Reading through your release notes, the most interesting new feature for me is this (thanks again for incorporating that!):
Unfortunately it does not work for me yet. Does one have to set up something in the deamon? I have tried to set up another connection (like Lemur listening for my FCB1010) in there but that could only be routed to another port and not the same as the Axe uses (0) which is likely not the way to go.
When I change the effect state on the Axe FP OR via my FCB, it is not reflected in the template.
Example: I have setup CC49 for Drive bypass on/off on my FCB. I can now switch the bypass state on/off via the FCB, the FP, as well as via the template. While a state change is always reflected on the FP, it is not reflected in the template (with auto sync on).
What am I missing here?
Thanks in advance for your input!
Glad that worked for you.VERY cool - you are definitively da man!!
Modified the scripts as you described, set up another incoming connection for the template to listen to the FCB on port 1 and there you go - now the bypass state is reflected within milliseconds. You made a happy camper here - thank you! Tested it only for CC49 so far but will do more testing tomorrow and feedback.
I am not sure I fully understand your points 1&2. Would your "temporary" fix not only have disadvantages in case you want to use the template to also control something other than the Axe at the same time? Anyway, I look forward to how you will incorporate that whenever you get around to do so in a future version.
You certainly made my day today!