That line of code looks really familiar! ;D
I did in fact have to avoid SCALE because I’d have too many numeric characters to type.
This did force me to get more comfortable with RSH/LSH, fwiw, and that has been useful. But even that line of code didn’t get me exactly what I wanted - I just said “f_ck it, close enough” after a while of screwing around.
SCALE definitely seems like one that could benefit from an alias, simply because often you may have larger numbers to type in, especially if scaling IN or PARAM. Then again, maybe there’s a better solution for scaling IN/PARAM to 0-10 range or something like that. I figured I must have been overlooking something that would be obvious in hindsight, but I just wasn’t connecting the dots.
For example, I re-read some of the TT studies and noticed this:
CV 1 QT PARAM V 1
That quantizes to whole volts. I wonder if some combination of using the built-in tables (like V or VV) would be better for the same solution? Or maybe another voltage table for scaling PRM or INs to 0-10 range specifically? Scaling 16383 and numbers that large is where you really start burning up characters (SCALE -> SC only would save 3 characters).