Thanks delicioso, clearing the controls before loading the new mappings fixed the problem and the parameter bank issue as well! It also revealed that the assignments are treated as 4 different controls instead of being synced (unless I messed up again), causing Live's crossfader to hang/jump when changing maps inbetween adjusting the crossfader. This can be easily avoided though by limiting crossfader usage to one map (Mixer seems sensible).delicioso wrote:For me, the previous version had the crossfader assigned to Pitch Bend that didnt' seem to do anything, but with this new version, the crossfader is assigned to Live's crossfader for all 4 maps. Did you replace the Nocturn folder inside Live as well as open the new automap files? Also, not sure if it matters, I found that I have to have Mixer on Ch1, Inst on Ch2, Fx on Ch3, and User on Ch4 and assign them in that order. The way I do it is to go to each map, Clear All Controls and then Rebuild Control Map. And then open the new automap file and Set as Default Control Map for this client.marble wrote:I just noticed in FX, Inst and Mixer, the fader has the "Pitch Bend" setting which doesn't seem to do anything, I assume that's deliberate?
I'm sorry guille, I was just about to scratch that part from my previous post as delicioso helped me solve the problem. Glad it was a mistake on my part!Don't trust in Automap software stability and start from beginning. Sometimes I've lost suddenly a parameter map, sometimes it doesn't refresh a control. However Live side seems to work great. Reset maps and load again. The middle control is named Crossfader an is mapped to Live's crossfader on all pages. I test bank buttons and it works fine for me.
Fair enough You're right, the overabundance of buttons on the Launchpad makes it clearly more suitable for such tasks. This topic really deserves a sticky!Well, it's not possible to do anything with python remote scripts. Ableton Live is programmed in C++ that is opaque for another software. You only can access to Python API facade that translates python calls to some C++ functions. It's possible to do more things but I don't want to overload Nocturn scripts beyond practical use. An step sequencer, for example, is a great thing but Launchpad is better to deal with this.