The parameters are automatically mapped, but not in the way one wants. Some synths have many hundreds of parameters and Maschine does not know which I want to map and which I don't. And of course that changes per synth preset.humnumb wrote:lol That's not what people mean when they say plugin automapping. It's about when you load a plugin, whether the parameters are automatically mapped.yur2die4 wrote:I meant the availability Of a vst in the first place.
In both softwares, vsts are not available until you determine a root folder and make sure to install in that folder.
Push has no automapping of plugins, period. You need to pre-configure each plugin beforehand, or save as a rack beforehand if you want changes and settings saved and recalled when you load that plugin again.
Maschine has automapping that just works. You load a plugin, the parameters are automatically mapped, and all the settings are saved and recalled when you load that plugin again.
You keep speaking as if saving a rack is a bad thing. But it is a great thing. I like saving a rack because I can map the specific parameters/ranges I want for a specific preset to the rack macros. Lives racks are one of the superb features of Live and I make good use of them.