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- Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:55 am
- Forum: Music and Audio Production
- Topic: Korg nanoKontrol Myr - A midi remote script for Live 8
- Replies: 87
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Reply to GayScience's message to me on Soundcloud. The script I originally built was for live 7. Unfortunately it seems the changes I made to get it working in Live 8 stopped it working in Live 7 as well. I was pretty stupid in that I deleted the old version of the script and now only have the Live...
Here is my question. I have been trying to emulate an MPC workflow in Live 7, just to fool around. My one problem is, though, that I would like to assign some knobs to control whichever pad happens to be assigned. In other words, Is there a way to set a MIDI controller so that, when I play pad 1, I ...
I guess my memory must be fuzzy because I seem to remember some sort of manual input. I could be totally wrong though. The only reason that I ask is that I do a lot of programming away from home, without controller, and thus would like to do it some other way. Thanks for the help everyone.
I know this sounds ridiculous, and please forgive me for the question, but has manual MIDI assignment been taken off of Live 7? I ask because I am attempting to map some CCs from Pure Data to Live and it seems that I can no longer manually enter the controller number that I want to use. All I can do...
- Fri Jan 18, 2008 2:48 am
- Forum: Tips & Tricks
- Topic: Bassline: Can anyone help
- Replies: 19
- Views: 8271
I would also recommend doubling the bassline. One bassline should be doing the LFO-synced filter wub, and a sub should be doing the basic notes. Any Freeware substractive synth should be able to do this. I would recommend getting one with a syncable LFO, though. Good luck, bro.
- Wed Jan 16, 2008 2:06 am
- Forum: Tips & Tricks
- Topic: screwed up and ''realness''
- Replies: 3
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I usually screw vocals by dropping the tempo and the pitch separately. This will give you a relatively screwed effect. If you want to take it a step further, you can make it more wobbly by delaying it a bit. You can also chop it pretty easily in the arrangement view.
This is what I do when I don't have my MIDI controller with me and I have absolutely no clue what key something is in. Use a plug-in with a relatively clear harmonic timbre (ie. pure sine wave maybe 2 phased slightly so that it cuts through the mix.) Create a MIDI clip so that there is a drone of se...