File: droner.help.tcl

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set droner(name) N/A
set droner(short) N/A
set droner(purpose) {assign drones to midi sliders and fade them in & out}
set droner(invoke) {load-patch droner}
set droner(help) {
  On GNU/Linux, you must instruct JACK to route MIDI data to din for this to work:

  jackd -R -s -d alsa -r 44100 -X seq ;# -X seq allows din to get MIDI data

  use qjackctl to route MIDI data from your MIDI controller to din midi port

  select a bunch of drones and assign to midi knob or slider with command:

    assign-drones OR asd <id>

    id is the slider/knob id

  keep the slider/knobs at max (ie 127) when making assignment
  so you can fade them out and back in smoothly instead of jumping to a value

  command assign-drones without any arguments prints the current assignments
}
set droner(examples) {
  assign-drones ;# print current assignments
  asd 1 ;# assign selected drones to midi slider/knob with id = 1}