iOS Style ON/OFF slider: Additional Friday Freebie

OK, so Phil Mayor offered to buy me lunch if I could make him an iOS-style on/off slider. 

Easiest free lunch ever!

Here's the published demo! A large and a small - whatever you need!

Much like the full sliders I posted here, you can use this iOS-style switch to control variables, triggers, layers, states, slide jumps etc. Just create a trigger and activate based on the state of the slider (the grey rectangle), or use the state of the slider as a condition on your other triggers. EASY!

Hope you Enjoy!

Rich

@PhilMayor - this is an updated .story with the small slider too. 

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Bruce Graham

Richard Calcutt said:

@Bruce - Yes, been bashing away since I was 7. Cue drummer jokes.... Do you play as well??

Used to.

Got bought one for 16th birthday, and played in a 50-piece "Big band".  Had my only formal lesson in "Danceband drumming" from Roy Castle, (you may be too young to remember...). Bought an electric kit 3 years ago, want to upgrade to a better one with more responsive snare and cymbals in a couple of years.

How many drummers does it take to change a light bulb?
Five: One to screw the bulb in, and four to talk about how much better Neil Peart could have done it. (..who I am going to see next week!! YEY!  Shame he's got those other 2 guys Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson with him.......)

Bruce

Rich Calcutt

Bruce Graham said:

Richard Calcutt said:

@Bruce - Yes, been bashing away since I was 7. Cue drummer jokes.... Do you play as well??

Used to.

Got bought one for 16th birthday, and played in a 50-piece "Big band".  Had my only formal lesson in "Danceband drumming" from Roy Castle, (you may be too young to remember...). Bought an electric kit 3 years ago, want to upgrade to a better one with more responsive snare and cymbals in a couple of years.

How many drummers does it take to change a light bulb?
Five: One to screw the bulb in, and four to talk about how much better Neil Peart could have done it. (..who I am going to see next week!! YEY!  Shame he's got those other 2 guys Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson with him.......)

Bruce


I certainly don't remember ever listening to Roy Castle but am aware of him! What kit have you got? My late night practice is in my garage on my Roland TD-V6, but normally during the day I'm on a Mapex pro-M 5 piece. My gigging kit is a beauty though...1983 hand built Premier Artist Maple. Love it to bits. The bass drum shakes buildings! Just been asked to join a blues rock 3 piece on their Scandinavian tour next year, so looks like I'll be taking a sabbatical!

I would love to see Rush but I'd be relying on Geddy and Alex to keep me awake  - I thing Peart is dull as dishwater! Check out Gavin Harrison in a band called Porcupine Tree. Fabulous drummer and great teacher. 

How can you tell if there's a drummer at the door? The knocking gets faster and faster.

What do you call a person that hangs around with a bunch of musicians? A drummer.

How can you tell which way the stage is slanted? Look to see which side the drool is coming out of the drummer's mouth.