Chain selector not activating selected chains

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akamed
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Chain selector not activating selected chains

Post by akamed » Sun Nov 23, 2014 6:02 pm

Hello,

I don´t know if I am missing something...but always worked for me in other projects.

I am trying to map 2 octaves in my little nanoKey, for transposing something that I play guit the guitar or the voice.
I have mapped the chain selector in the main Audio Effect Rack to 2 octaves (actually it´s mapped for 3 octaves, but at the moment I have only prepared the set for 2 octaves).

Then, depending on the result value of each note pressed, the chain selector will activate the different chains, and all of them have the same M4L transposer device, but with different notes assigned.
It doesn´t work.

It is the only way that I´ve been able to find, but it doesn´t apply the effect.
Down is a link with a few screenshots and the Ableton audio rack.

Any help?

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/233 ... 20Rack.zip

akamed
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Re: Chain selector not activating selected chains

Post by akamed » Sun Nov 23, 2014 6:18 pm

OK,

for if someone needs to be what´s up with this, I have included a new screenshot in the zip file, so you can compare when it whas wrong and what did I modify for get it working.
It seems that there is a bug in Ableton Live when converting and rounding to 128 the values. I set exactly the values that Live read from the keyboard.

I had to modify, for example, some going up from 0-0 to 0-1, and some going down from 4-4 to 3-4 ¿?¿?

Ableton, what's happening with this????

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/233 ... 20Rack.zip

Anyway, solved. But Ableton team, please, correct this. We can´t spend more time in this kind of things that in creating music!

Thanks

Ruben Medrano

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