Electrix Tweaker Editor Reference User Manual

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2. Overview


Some of the changes that you can explore are:


Enable and disable local control of LED rings and button LED’s


Create preset files that are stored on the computer to extend

the preset possibilities and share setups with others


Test and confirm your Tweaker’s settings and LED’s


Reset the Tweaker to default settings


Change the function and look of LED rings


Change the MIDI channels of different controls


Change the output message of button from MIDI notes to

continuous controller (CC)

It is easy to navigate and select controls. Use the mouse to click on

controls on-screen or just use TWEAKER: press a button or turn a dial,

and the appropriate editor will appear in the interface so you can change

settings. This is, of course, limited to buttons and encoders: LED rings

must be clicked on to show the LED ring Inspector panel.

Selecting a control highlights the midi note/cc# number box in the

Control Settings panel enabling you to just type in a value. This makes it

easy to quickly edit MIDI note and CC values: select, type, enter, select,

type, enter, etc...

Any time you modify a property of a control, the change is instantly sent

to the TWEAKER. However, for the change to be permanent – so the

Tweaker will power up with the new settings – you must press the “Save

to Tweaker” button. This writes the settings to flash memory on the

hardware. Don’t do this more than necessary, because the flash memory

has a finite lifespan of data writes.