Use the Iris Macro window to control multiple
patch-specific parameters at a time.
You can assign your MIDI controllers to sets
of parameters in Iris using MIDI Learn. The
next step is to use the Macro window to save
specific control routings to eight knobs that
can be recalled as part of a patch. This allows
you to set up elaborate controller assignments that
will give you a higher degree of performance
capabilities over your Iris instruments.
Step 3: When you’re finished
making a Macro assignment,
you can adjust the range for
each parameter by selecting its
minimum and maximum values.
Set either your highest or lowest
value on the parameter knob and
then right-click on it. Hover over
the Assign menu item, and then
over the Macro Knob number
that is checked. This will reveal a
menu that offers Update Min and
Update Max options; select the
appropriate one for your controller
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In the Mix window, use MIDI Learn to assign your MIDI controller to the
parameters you want to use when playing a particular patch. ||Step 2
Click on the triangle next to the word Macro to show the eight knobs
and the XY pad. Knobs 1 and 2 control the X and Y coordinates,
|Step 3 Right-click on a parameter knob to assign it to a Macro control; select Assign and scroll to the Macro knob number you want.
Step 4 Right-click on the Macro knob and select Rename to give it a new name.|
Step 5 Macro routings are saved within the patch. If you like what you have, hit the Save button next to the Browser menu.