I wrote this to Brad yesterday and he asked me to put this on the forum to see if there might be some other use cases for this:
In my application I miss a button that increase or decreases the volume of an object (rack, plugin, etc.) by a fixed amount independent from where this value was before. Pressing the button again set’s the value back to where it was before.
Example: You are playing a song in a band and you have to do a solo. You have not prepared a song-state for this case. So you might have to raise the volume of that solo sound. Wouldn’t it be handy to press a button, that raises the volume of that sound f.e. +3db and set it back to where it was before when pressing it again?
Working with a button that sends an absolute value is not sufficient in this case.
I’d like to hear your feedback and if someone else has other ideas how to use that.