I'm somewhat confused as to why this is necessary. LMMS already converts the value of the LFO control to discrete values when connected to an integer/discrete knob.  For instance, attach an LFO to the Modulation-type in Triple-oscillator, or attach it to a checkbox. That being said, perhaps people would want a discretized LFO waveform for whatever purpose.  I'd consider just adding a quantization knob to the current LFO controller.

-- Paul

On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 5:38 PM, Johannes Lorenz <johannes89@mailueberfall.de> wrote:
I am currently wanting to implement Feature Request #147 (WaveTable Synth, Channel Selector). For this, it would be very helpful to have a discrete controller. What I mean is a controller with only integers. It does not need an LFO, just one single knob. However, I am not sure how to implement this:
* Currently there is one "Add" button in the controller rack. Would you suggest two of them, i.e. one for "Add continous" and one for "Add discrete?"
  * It would be useful if we could say how many integers the controller shall have (0-127 or maybe 0-63?). But when can we decide this? AFAIK only *before* creating the controller, so it would need a dialog.

I think I'll better ask before "destroying" the whole GUI. Do you think this is a good idea? Thanks a lot for your help.


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