This Max for Live MIDI effect helps you precisely map your MIDI notes to any parameter, without having to fiddle with 0-100% ranges. To make it work just set the “Min” and “Max” parameters to the same as the range of the parameter you’re mapping to. These can be set in whole numbers or MIDI notes. Then set what you want your root note to be with the “Root” parameter. Then set the output value you want your root note to equal, with the “Root =“ parameter. This can also be set in numbers or MIDI notes, by flipping the “Mode” tab to choose between them. Then, use the “Map” button to map it to any automatable parameter. Click on the “Map” button, followed by the parameter you want to map the device too. Your incoming MIDI notes will now be precisely mapped onto the parameter. This means you can control your parameter with clips of MIDI notes. This provides ample opportunities for precise modulation, similar to using notes to control CV in on a modular or analog synth. All notes outside of the range will be clipped.
Use the “Latch” toggle to make your notes latch after you let them go. If this parameter is off, the parameter will be reset to the root when you let go of your notes. Use the “Re-trigger” (“RTG”) toggle to make the last pressed note re-trigger when you let go of another note, like the re-triggering of a monophonic synth. Use the “Invert” toggle to invert the range, meaning when you move up from the root, the mapped parameter moves down in scale and vice versa. This device also has a multi map tab, that allows you to map to up to 8 parameters, and control their ranges separately. For precise mapping, keep the eight Max and Min mapping parameters to 0% and 100% respectively. Change them to have some parameters modulate differently than others.
Like all my devices, this device has mapped push parameters and info text for every parameter, to help you navigate the device.