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Old 05-12-2015, 04:54 PM   #1
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Icon14 Modulate any parameter in Maschine with an LFO in 4 easy steps

This was not so trivial to find out. First you need a MIDI capable LFO. The tool I found is called MIDIshaper by CebleGuys (http://www.cableguys.com/midi-shaper.html; $30).

Step 1: load a group into slot 1 of an empty group

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Now route the MIDI signal via an IAC Driver bus: you need to have activated an IAC Driver in the MIDI section of your Mac, if like me you're at a loss on how to do that, follow these instructions: http://hearandknow.wordpress.com/201...orts-on-a-mac/

Step 2: assign the MIDI input channel on your destination group in the input/output section of sound/slot 1

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Step 3: load the MIDIshaper tool into the next free slot (or elsewhere) and sent up the MIDI routing both in the sound output section / MIDI and inside the modulation area of the MIDIshaper

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Step 4: go back to your destination slot: you should now be able to select a CC channel under the MIDI learn section and assign it to any exposed MIDI learn capable parameter

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You "Master of the LFO" Andy

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