Hi @udo-audio especially if the desktop faders are shorter throws, I think it would be awesome to hold shift and adjust a slider to allow for a finer range, maybe 10-20% of the full range could be represented or brought into focus by holding shift. We could park the fader as close as we can get it without “shift focus” on and then hold shift and the whole travel of the slider would now be say 5-10% higher and 5-10% lower than that position. By pressing shift, the faders center point would now become the place that the non shift-held slider was and if you press shift but don’t wiggle anything, nothing happens. It would really help dial in things. Maybe this is a good idea regardless of the fader physical sizes. I can try to explain better if this seems hazy. Thanks!
It’d help with some knobs too - I’m thinking that pesky tune knob for DDS2 that can be a real PITA to quickly get the oscillator back in tune if you move it. Unless that’s just mine?