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suspend MIDIOutputController

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hello again,

I would like to know if there could be a way to temporarily "deactivate" the MIDIOutput Controller, in order to suspend the transmission of control changes.

is that possible?

peace and thanks.

asked Mar 11 in Sound Design by domenico-cipriani (Adept) (2,120 points)

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MIDIOutputController should send data to the output only when there is a change in the Value field. So maybe you could add an on/off button to the Sound or EventValue in the Value field, something like:

!Amp * !On

so when !On is zero, there are no changes to be transmitted.

Or, even better, use trackAndHold: so something like

!On trackAndHold: !Amp
answered Mar 12 by ssc (Savant) (93,320 points)
selected Mar 12 by domenico-cipriani
cool, the "trackAndHold" solution is working for me. first one is not working because when I toggle !On the control change value is set to 0 and I don't want it.