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VMeter

Description: An editor for the VMeter USB touch strip
Download: vmeter.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 229kb
Version: 53.3
Date: 08 Feb 2015
Author: Lyle Hazelwood
Submitter: Lyle Hazelwood
Homepage: https://sites.google.com/site/takeaprogrammertolunch/
Requirements: AmigaOS, VMeter touch strip
Category: utility/hardware
License: Freeware
Distribute: no
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 9153
 
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This is a GUI for configuring a VMeter. It can adjust every setting I was able
to document on the VMeter. You can see what a VMeter is by looking at
http://vmeter.net/

It does require camd.library and the USB midi driver, but from 4.1 Final Edition
onward
those are already installed.

Once configured, the VMeter hardware can control MIDI instrument volume, or
really almost any adjustment that any MIDI synth supports.

If you have an X1000 and NemoSound, you can use a VMeter as a touch-strip AHI
volume control. The lights will also move if any other program adjusts the
volume.

Someone willing to play with scripts could use Camd_CC (not yet released, but
feel free to ask for it) to gain control of all the lights, and use them to
display different patterns based on whatever they choose. It would also be
pretty simple to trigger different scripts when you touch the VMeter, if you
wanted a more tactile control than a keyboard or mouse could offer.

If you're interested in making something unusual, please send me an email and
I'll be glad to help you set it up!

Source to the VMeter editor is included.

Make Beautiful Music,
LyleHaze


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