Oct 15View Source
Very well explained and very educational PDF.
Thanks to your explanation I managed to do many things.
I wonder if you can include more features or are you limited to bringing the program. I like to vary the bands from an assigned button and select memories, do not know if this is possible, or if there are more functions that can be controlled with this console.
Also make a request to Simon and ask him to include more controls to use with these consoles MIDI, make use of our SDR radios much more comfortable.
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See the files for a example in pdf format.
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I didn't work (not yet, i work with other midi controlers) with Hercules, so these are a sample how it can work...
For Audio Level: take the X-Cross-Fader
Double click on Audio Level to edit and move the x-cross-fader, so that the Value / Range = 0 - 127 the press OK.
For Audio << / Audio >>: take the - / + buttons from the headphone icon (up in the middle of the console).
The knobs must be a Push Button function (Momentary) and not a ON/OFF knob (Toggle).
Double click on Audio << to edit and push the - (Min) button, the Value / Range = 0 the press OK
Double click on Audio >> to edit and push the + (Plus) button, the Value / Range = 0 the press OK
For CUE A / CUE B knobs: you can take them for VFO-A and VFO-B (if you work with two VFO)
Double click on VFO-A to edit and push the CUE A button, the Value / Range = 0 the press OK
Double click on VFO-B to edit and push the CUE B button, the Value / Range = 0 the press OK
It is personal how you feed the knobs / faders, some do it so, the other different again.