Assigning parameters from traktors12 to modifiers causes multiple assignements

NIMichi
NIMichi Member Posts: 11 Member

If I drag modulator to an effect parameter, multiple destinations are added randomly, up to 4 at once, even parameters from the modulator itsself.

In the example, I just bind Reverb Dry/Wet, but also Reverb Mute was assigned with it.

It is also happening in Standalone so it is not DAW specific as plugin. (this test was made within the standalone)

It is not happening all the time, but it is happening very often.

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  • Eddie_NI
    Eddie_NI Product Team Posts: 355 mod
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    This is unfortunately a known issue in Guitar Rig 5 that sometimes if you drag a modifier assignment over a parameter that it gets assigned as well instead of just the parameter where you release the mouse button on.

    So to prevent this in your case you need to make sure not to move across the Mute button when assigning to the dry/wet knob.

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  • LostInFoundation
    LostInFoundation Member Posts: 4,051 Expert

    Does Analog Seq behave like this with any other instrument/effect plug-in?

    Or does any other modulator plug-in make this with Traktor’s 12?

  • Eddie_NI
    Eddie_NI Product Team Posts: 355 mod
    Answer ✓

    This is unfortunately a known issue in Guitar Rig 5 that sometimes if you drag a modifier assignment over a parameter that it gets assigned as well instead of just the parameter where you release the mouse button on.

    So to prevent this in your case you need to make sure not to move across the Mute button when assigning to the dry/wet knob.

  • LostInFoundation
    LostInFoundation Member Posts: 4,051 Expert

    Good to know. And once you know it, this could also be considered a feature instead of an issue: 1 drag to assign multiple parameters 😉

  • NIMichi
    NIMichi Member Posts: 11 Member

    Thanks Eddie! Knowing it makes it possible without multi assignements, and Im very relieved that it is no random bug, which you cannot control as user...

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