I created a drum rack for using Microtonic and Ableton Push. The main advantage of doing this is to see the parameters I want to use/abuse in Push when I load up extrenal VSTi inside Push. Here's a video explaining how I did it:
The rack itself is here: http://nebulae.com/live/Neb_Microtonic_Rack_Push.adg
Of course, you'll need Live 9 and Microtonic (VST version) to run this file. And if you have a Push, then it gets really fun.
That was really cool! Thanks for sharing.
I think I should buy me a Push.
It's a very very cool tool, Magnus!
I own a Livid Cntrl-R and would like to know if you have any idea of how I could use microtonic in a drumrack for the livid Steppr max for live device? I have tried several ways and can get a drumrack setup, but I would like to control the microtonic parameters in the steppr device with the CNTRL-R. If you have any ideas or suggestions please let me know.
Oh and also I would like to use 2 instances of Microtonic in the drum rack, since I need to fill all 16 pads in the drumrack for the steppr to work with it.
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NebulaeVideo not online
Can you send me Link for this Video
I found it better not to rack up the instances of uTonic. Instead I configure the parameters for one patch.
I organise the controls into 4 groups of 8
The advantage of doing it this way is..
3 Using Device control on the Push I can select the Bank (1-4) using the bank buttons and then access controls using knobs. So its easy to locate, find and control more than 8 parameters with the Push. With other controllers you have to wade through bank up/down buttons.
I couldn't agree more that having 8 instances of MicroTonic VSTi isn't as elegant/good idea as having just one instance and then 8 channels. But how can you control each of the MicroTonic drum channel parameters separately with Push? Could you please share the .alp file for this?
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This one seems to be exactly what you guys are looking for :)
thanks for the hint!
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