Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

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beatbutcher
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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by beatbutcher » Sun Apr 13, 2014 3:24 pm

COPY/PASTE MIDI-mappings

Until now it's not possible to that, this should make it easy to arrange your set on stage.
Let's say I got 2 Live sets and want them to combine them, don't heave to re-map everything.
Now imagine that with 10 Live sets.

Live could promp it like: "would you like Ableton Live to copy your Midi-Mappings?"

Russound
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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by Russound » Tue Apr 22, 2014 3:45 am

Addition to some of the other stuff I posted here a while back:

-Theory analysis for midi clips (select a group of notes or harmony and Live tells you the possible scale or chord that it is)

-the Velocity editor at the bottom of midi clip should also be able to set automations for other parameters like effect settings, enveloped, etc. (different from the envelope box editor thing because it will change it for each note individually instead of note regions like it does now.)

-make the Follow playback function run smoother, right now it looks like the screen vibrates to the left and can get a bit nauseating to look at for more than a few seconds, this might just be my problem though..

-ability to change color of each note in a midi clip, would help to keep things organized.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by GeoSuPhat » Tue Apr 22, 2014 1:12 pm

LFO8 wrote:
Funk N. Furter wrote:
rtcardinal wrote:
3. Improved macro/midi mapping: I'd love it so that when you assigned a macro to a parameter, live used the EXISTING parameter value as it's minimum. That way you won't destroy patches simply by assigning parameters to knobs. It can be troublesome and sometimes inaccurate to manually change all the minimum values back to their old existing values.
If I had £1 for the number of times I've suggested this to Ableton.

This is allready a reality. Just add -AutoAdjustMacroMappingRange to the Options.txt
Yes for setting minimum, but why doesn't the macro just pick up the parameter value by default instead of zeroing it.
I can't see any reason why I would want to use the minimum option always as default. I can map the minimum and maximum values easy enough in the map editor when I need to.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by eyeknow » Tue Apr 29, 2014 12:49 am

Did anyone mention multi fx drag/drop? I was thinking about this just today how handy that would be

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by bakku » Tue Apr 29, 2014 2:12 am

1. GROOVE QUANTIZE : quantise only the note start and the end only optional.

2. FULL PDC

3. BROWSER : browse to any location, without importing folders, like live 8 browser.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by unix23 » Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:24 am

Correct PDC support

VST3

EUCON support

Preview groove files in the User Library

More than 8 macro knobs in a rack. 16 would be nice.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by Rold » Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:46 am

Proper automation PDC.
VST3

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by ilya.soloviev » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:38 am

Snap envelope points to grid and center line.

Thats all.

I'm off making music ;)

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by groumpf » Fri May 02, 2014 4:16 pm

deva wrote:
Gnuus wrote:Polyphonic aftertouch!
+100
+1
-- den makes music

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by deva » Fri May 02, 2014 10:29 pm

groumpf wrote:
deva wrote:
Gnuus wrote:Polyphonic aftertouch!
+100
+1
+ an extra 1

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by TheTechnobear » Mon May 12, 2014 5:27 pm

deva wrote: + an extra 1
+ another 1

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by nstock222 » Tue Jun 10, 2014 10:54 pm

A bank of envelopes that can be loaded into highlighted selections of clips to streamline automation, similar to Massive's "Load Curve" feature found in its Performer envelope. Custom-made user preset envelopes should be able to be saved. I think this already exists in Logic.

Grouping Return tracks so that they don't stack up and cover up my audio/midi tracks would also be pretty cool.

My dream is to see a new .adg for modulating instruments and effects. Seamlessly crossfading from a big dirty synth into a dramatic string section with the drag of a fader would be just amazing. Or it could be used as modular multi-fx rack, like NI's Molekular.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by petit nuage » Wed Jun 11, 2014 1:04 pm

- full,optimal,best,2014's PDC !!!!

-bounce in place

- layered midi editing

- events fx (see studio one ...)

if just one wish, it will be clearly : the best PDC in daw's world !!!

thanks !

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by William » Thu Jun 12, 2014 8:18 pm

1. PDC
2. Increased CPU efficiency
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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by radiance2004 » Sat Jun 14, 2014 12:51 pm

being able to skip through the preview file ...

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