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Helix 64bit for Mac is out. Website also updated!

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aMUSEd
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Postby aMUSEd; Tue Jul 08, 2014 10:45 am Re: Helix 64bit for Mac is out. Website also updated!

brok landers wrote:
aMUSEd wrote:
brok landers wrote:
aMUSEd wrote:Yeah they are fiddly - then z3ta 2 does the same thing. I don't get it - luckily I have them all mapped to knobs in Kore but they are not very usable with a mouse.

in helix you have to get used to th big slider in the middle... as soon as you got used to it, helix is a breeze.


How would that help?

click on whatever parameter you´d want to adjust - the big fader is reflecting it. then use left mousebutton for normal, left mousebutton for fine adjustments.


I see - I think I would still prefer to map them to knobs, that seems an unergonomic solution.
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Postby brok landers; Tue Jul 08, 2014 3:53 pm Re: Helix 64bit for Mac is out. Website also updated!

aMUSEd wrote:
brok landers wrote:
aMUSEd wrote:
brok landers wrote:
aMUSEd wrote:Yeah they are fiddly - then z3ta 2 does the same thing. I don't get it - luckily I have them all mapped to knobs in Kore but they are not very usable with a mouse.

in helix you have to get used to th big slider in the middle... as soon as you got used to it, helix is a breeze.


How would that help?

click on whatever parameter you´d want to adjust - the big fader is reflecting it. then use left mousebutton for normal, left mousebutton for fine adjustments.


I see - I think I would still prefer to map them to knobs, that seems an unergonomic solution.

well, yes, erveryone just as he needs to, of course. i was just mentioning this, as there seem to be a lot of users not getting this approach, and for some (f.e. me) it made a lot of editing easier...
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