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Author Topic: Minilab MKII script for Ableton Live 9.7???  (Read 7654 times)

mono

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Re: Minilab MKII script for Ableton Live 9.7???
« Reply #15 on: December 29, 2017, 12:18:58 pm »
Yea, just like treibstoff I am wondering why there is no possibility to stop clips?

This whole midi stuff makes me crazy...

Little Update:
When I create a new MIDI track I am able to stop the clip. But the different tracks will go on playing. Any idea?

Another Update:
I found the "toggle" function. Now I am able to start tracks and stop them.

Thanks in advance
« Last Edit: December 29, 2017, 01:08:17 pm by mono »

laverdure

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Re: Minilab MKII script for Ableton Live 9.7???
« Reply #16 on: March 07, 2018, 11:33:59 pm »
Hi !

I agree with you : i can record a track, i can play it but ... not stop it ?  ???

You said that the "toggle" option might be helpful, instead of "gate" in the midi control center. Coud you please be more descriptive ? What did you do to be able to start and stop the tracks ?

Thanks a lot !

Theud

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Re: Minilab MKII script for Ableton Live 9.7???
« Reply #17 on: July 04, 2019, 11:05:56 pm »
Hi,
This drives me nuts too.
I'm trying to make the toggle option active for pads, to be able to stop clips. Here's what i've done :
last firmware 1.0.9. xxx
open midi control center
recall from memory 8 to a new template
update this template (all pads "gate" -> "toggle")
Store the template to memory 8 (tried with memory 7 too)
quit
ableton 10 lauch
setting miniab mk2 for control surface/input/output
remote and track "on" for minilab mk2 (input/output)
shift + pad8 act as if nothing was done (but all is functionnal)
shift + pad7 : erratic behavior, even for controls not tweaked . why ?

can someone help me please
thank you



 

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