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Muting individual wave points
Individual wave points can be muted/unmuted by clicking on the corresponding location in the wave display with the right mouse button. A muted wave point is shown in darker color.
is selected, the waveform can be drawn with the
left mouse button
in the waveform display. A calculated waveform is copied to the
custom waveform as soon as it is modified by drawing. This will also
overwrite the previous custom waveform with the
currently displayed waveform. As all LFO operations, drawing and muting
can be done while the queue is running and will have effect on the next
Play direction and looping
play mode can be switched between:
->_> : Forward and Loop
<_<- : Backward and Loop
->_< : Forward and Bounce
>_<- : Backward and Bounce
->_| : Forward Single shot
|_<- : Backward Single shot
The direction and loop settings apply immediately when changed on the fly.
The LFO records incoming controller data as selected in the Input panel, when the Record button is pressed. Note that the Record button itself can be attributed to a MIDI toggle controller so that it provides a convenient implementation of a controller motion sampler and looper.
input panel contains settings on which MIDI CC is to be recorded, how the
LFO acts to note events received on the
input. As the arpeggiators, the LFO can be restarted or (re-) triggered by notes played on the
keyboard, and the wave output can be stopped or not when Note Off events are received on the
LFO Output panel
The LFO output panel contains the port, channel and controller number settings of the LFO data produced by each LFO tab. It also has mute switches for interrupting output.
Example setup for using QMidiArp as a MIDI Controller Looper for live performance: