Here’s an ER 301 quick save where every channel holds a manual grains.
Teletype’s M script reads the Arc rings and sends position data to control the start parameters. I also used the Faderbank to control the gain.
Here’s the script:
L 1 4: SC.TR.P I
L 1 4: SC.CV I CY.POS I
L 7 10: SC.CV I FB I
This is a great idea and will need to try. I just received a 16n fader.
Can you confirm your i2c connections? Ansible - er301 and 16n all connected to the back of Teletype? Anything additional you need like a powered backpack? What Teletype and er301 firmware are you running?
Did you see the latest Ansible and Teletype beta’s There are a couple of new Arc Teletype OPS added and Ansible has had a lots of new additions including preset saving.
Correct, I have Ansible, Er301 and 16n connected to TT. I use a powered backpack because I also have TXo, TXi, W/ and Just Friends connected.
I’m running the 3.0 firmware on Teletype, one below the latest beta I believe. ER 301 is running 4.17, I still have to install 4.19. Thanks for pointing out the Ansible development, I read about this a while back but haven’t tried it yet I don’t own a grid but I still have to explore grid ops though, so much to learn still haha
Ok, I was wondering whether I needed a powered backpack or not as I also have Just Friends, W/ on there as well as Teletype, Er301, Ansible and 16n - maybe that’s too much for i2c to cope. I think Teletype can only cope with 3 or 4 connections without it getting messy.