Following short videos show the multi-touch gestures available as Parat+ controls. Parat+ Faders multi-gestural controls maximise the user experience and control in realtime:
- One finger gestures control the Fader Value.
- Two fingers gestures (pinch) set the range and rescale. The first finger will be assigned to control the Range Minimum, the second to control the Range Maximum.
- Add a third finger to adjust the curvature of the response, optimising sensitivity.
Controlling Parat+ Fader values.
Single touch gestures to control Parat+ Fader values. Multiple Faders can be adjusted simultaneously.
Parat+ Option Wheel and Gesture Recorder
Sliding from the centre of the Option Wheel to the symbol of the function selects the option. Circular movement enables to dial to the option. This video shows using the Gesture Recorder and Looped Playback. Lock the fader to interrupt the playback. Touch gestures always take precedence over the playback.
Using the two finger gesture to zoom in on the parameter range adjusts the number range assigned for the entire Fader run.
For example a Fader with Parameter Range 0. to 1. can easily be adjusted to the Range Minimum of 0.2 and Maximum of 0.5 using the two finger pinch. Now the Fader will give much greater value resolution for the values between 0.2 and 0.5 as they are stretched over the whole length of the Fader run.
Parat+ Fader Range
Adapting the Parat+ Fader range and feel. Modifying the range during gesture playback.
Add a third finger to adjust the Response curve of the Fader to logarithmic or exponential value distribution. This can be useful for having more sensitive control of higher volumes for example, but can also be used to have more natural control of filter cutoff frequencies.
Parat+ Fader Curvature
Three fingers gestures set range and curvature of the Fader.
The first finger will control the Range Minimum, the second the Range Maximum.
Add a third finger to adjust the curvature of the response, optimising sensitivity.