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- Wed Aug 21, 2019 11:01 pm
- Forum: Feature Wishlist
- Topic: A MIDI Sostenuto Device
- Replies: 4
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I realize that this is an old thread, but this comment was never refuted, and desperately needs to be. If you get a MIDI keyboard with a sustain pedal jack, it will handle the sostenuto. You can get any non-latching footswitch for $15, or a piano-style one for about $30. Sorry, but this is patently ...
One of the recent episodes of Shadowhunters (FREEFORM), A Dark Reflection (S2E17), has a cameo of our favorite DAW! About 4 minutes from the end, Simon is playing guitar and we get a few second pan past his computer screen.
I used Google Translate to read your post. I hope you can do the same to read mine. While what you ask would be possible, even trivial in Max for Live (M4L), it might cause a lot of latency. I'm sure you know that MIDI channel 0 (zero) is meant to be a 'universal' channel that most instruments liste...
Bump. +1. Whatever... I use Ableton Live LIVE. Its right in the name!! And yet, if I want to modulate something built in to an instrument I can't (Standard, not Suite, so no M4L). I should be able to drop a device in the track prior to an Instrument, map an LFO (with loadable waveforms) to a control...