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ClyphX Pro G-Controls by nativeKONTROL

A ClyphX Pro Accessory

£11.99

G-Controls are similar to ClyphX Pro’s X-Controls, but support additional gestures. In addition to on (aka press) and off (aka release), G-Controls support a delayed press and can also differentiate between an immediate release and a delayed release. So, G-Controls support 5 gestures in total.A few use cases for G-Controls
  • Momentary/toggle
  • “Safe” buttons
  • Scrolling
  • Parameter sweeps
Developer: nativeKONTROL
Compatibility: Ableton Live 11
OS: Mac & Windows
Min. Requirements: ClyphX Pro Live 11 Alpha

Description

ClyphX Pro currently includes an X-Trigger type called X-Controls, which allows you to trigger Action Lists via MIDI controls. This is useful, but only supports two gestures; an on gesture and an off gesture. This makes X-Controls useful for buttons and for endless encoders. In the case of buttons though, there are additional gestures and functionality you could potentially want to use and this is where the G-Controls Accessory comes in.

G-Controls are similar to X-Controls, but support additional gestures. In addition to on (aka press) and off (aka release), G-Controls support a delayed press and can also differentiate between an immediate release and a delayed release. So, G-Controls support 5 gestures in total.

There are many use cases for these additional gestures, but I’ll just give you a couple examples:

  • Momentary/toggle – Use a button to toggle a parameter (like mute) when pressed quickly and momentarily toggle it when held down. You’d use the pressed and released_delayed gestures for this.
  • “Safe” buttons – For buttons that trigger some sort of critical function (like a deletion for example), you may want a means of ensuring that the function doesn’t get triggered accidentally. You could use the pressed_delayed gesture for this so that the button has to be held down for a bit in order for the function to be triggered.

But, wait…there’s more. In addition to gestures, G-Controls also feature a repeat option. This allow you to trigger an Action List repeatedly while a button is pressed down. There are many use cases for this option as well, but I’ll just give you a couple examples:

  • Scrolling – Use a button to trigger a navigation or relative adjustment action repeatedly to allow for scrolling ala the arrow keys on your keyboard.
  • Parameter sweeps – Use a button to trigger a relative adjustment action repeatedly and then reset the parameter to some fixed value when the button is released.

PLEASE NOTE: You must have ClyphX Pro installed to be able to use G-Controls

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INSTALLATION

Please refer directly to the ClyphX Pro manual for this product.

DEVELOPER

nativeKONTROL

Founded in January of 2008 by Sam ‘Stray’ Hurley, nativeKONTROL offers innovative software solutions for intelligent and elegant control over DAWs (primarily Ableton Live) via MIDI controllers/control surfaces. nativeKONTROL’s products are currently in use by tens of thousands of performers and producers worldwide.To date, nativeKONTROL’s PXT Series for Ableton Push and ClyphX Pro control surface script, essentially a simple scripting language for Ableton Live, are its most widely known and used products. nativeKONTROL has also collaborated with many performers, producers, hardware manufacturers and software developers on customized solutions over the years. Most notably, nativeKONTROL worked with a team at Ableton to create the Launchpad Pro control surface script that is included with Live 9.

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