There are over 130 unique parameters built into macroLab, which you can use to build your macros. Here are some examples of macros which could be created in macroLab:
Select all cues which have audio routed to an output called ‘Subs’
Select all cues with a name containing ‘Understudy’
Select all cues which are on an infinite loop
Increase Pre Wait by 0.5 seconds
Decrease master output volume by 1dB
Increment the value of MIDI byte 2 over all selected MIDI cues
Create a new MIDI cue in a cue list called ‘LX Cues’, with a defined device ID and cue number
Copy or paste crosspoints between cues
macroLab has many powerful functions built in, here are some examples:
Automatically discover all QLab workspaces on the network via Bonjour, and connect with a single click
Ability to define specific values when the macro is fired. For example, set a macro to create a new MIDI Cue, preset the channel and byte 1, but define byte 2 and the cue name when the macro is fired
Remotely fire macroLab macros via OSC. If you own a Streamdeck for example, you could use its physical buttons to trigger macros. If you ran TouchOSC on an iPad, that could act as a touch surface for firing macroLab macros
Save, Open and Share macroLab macros. As well as remembering macro configurations between app launches, macroLab includes the ability to save banks of macros to a file, which means your macros can be shared between users
All features included in macroLab are available completely free! The only limitation is the number of macros which can be accessed at any one time. The free version of the software allows for the use of 4 macros, and there is a small In App Purchase which unlocks an unlimited number of macros.
macroLab is fully compatible with QLab version 4 or higher. Most macroLab features work with QLab 3, but compatibility is not guaranteed.
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