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Correspondence of percentages in -100 to +100
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17 Feb 2017 17:01 - 20 Feb 2017 11:05 #59234
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Here is the table of correspondence.
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Here is the table of correspondence.
Last edit: 20 Feb 2017 11:05 by saidem.
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17 Feb 2017 22:54 #59255
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It may not be clear, but the values from -100 to 100 are percentages. I think the only place it matters is the mult mixer type in the advanced GUI though.
The formula is simple enough: if you have a 0-100 value and want a -100-100 one, just double the value and subtract 100. (or subtract 50 and then double it, whichever is easier).
Likewise, if you have a -100-100 value and want a 0-100 one, subtract 100 and then divide by two (or divide by two and subtract 50).
The formula is simple enough: if you have a 0-100 value and want a -100-100 one, just double the value and subtract 100. (or subtract 50 and then double it, whichever is easier).
Likewise, if you have a -100-100 value and want a 0-100 one, subtract 100 and then divide by two (or divide by two and subtract 50).
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20 Feb 2017 11:04 - 20 Feb 2017 11:06 #59363
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