Can anyone think of a good way of doing this?
I have bindings at the song level that move me onto the next song state.
Where there is a “stop” in the song - for example at about the 30 second mark in “C’mon Everybody” linked below, then I manually advance to the next state as we hit the stop. This new state changes the lighting.
I then have a binding that comes active during that “stop” so that when I play the 1st note of the next bar, then it automatically moves me on to the next state again to which starts the next lighting sequence.
My problem is that I hit the manual advance a beat before the stop so that the lighting change finishes on the beat. (and also sometimes I’m not accurate enough!)
That means that I’m still playing when the song state advance binding becomes active so it advances again!
Any ideas on how to “disable” the binding for a few hundred milliseconds? Or some other way to do it?
In most songs the key is different after the stop, so I can bind to a specific note, but in some, like this one, the key is the same, and I’m unlikely to remember the specific note that I’m using to advance the state.