In addition to Falcon’s extensive internal modulation sources, when using Falcon as a plug-in you
can take advantage of your host application’s automation capabilities. Each Falcon instance has 128 automation connections that can be assigned to individual controls.
To make a host automation assignment, right-click a parameter, choose Assign to Host Automation, and choose one of the available items.
- For example, right-click Part 1’s Volume slider and choose Assign to host automation > Host Automation 1.
- The name of the assigned parameter will be displayed in the Tree view.
- If your host application supports it, the name of the assigned parameter may be displayed in the host application. Otherwise, the numbered parameter name (such as “Host Automation 1”) will be displayed.
Each host automation connection can be assigned to one parameter at a time. If you assign a host automation connection that’s already assigned to a different control, the original assignment will be removed when the new assignment is created. If you want to create a one-to-many connection try first setting up a macro and then assigning the macro control to host automation.