Do you mean the check box on the device iteself? If so, this is there to address users running main and cue audio out of the same audio outs. Live turns it from "cue" to "solo" when you are using the same set of outs for your cue and master audio. Track Selecting triggers the cue/solo on the selected track, which with no cue setup, will actually end up soloing a track. Not desirable to me in a live setting.irrelevance wrote: I don't understand the cue setting as when I stop playback in live the track will always jump back to the start (cue) point. Would be great if playback of track could be paused or at least stopped and started from a place other than the start which is the only time I would then understand the need to cue to the start again. Am I missing something here?
With regards to pausing tracks? I want this too. Live defaults to the start marker on launch of a clip. I suppose I could code in some listeners to manage this behavior and keep track of where a clip left off. I'm worried about this being a resource hog in large sets with no clearly defined ceiling for "number of managed clips". Perhaps I could introduce an arbitrary limit of 80 clips or something (would be more than enough for my sets) but I'm wondering if it's even a needed feature?
In short: I'll look into it. It may turn into one of the features like "clip view and cue on launch" that once I finally got finished, turned out being much too complicated to keep instated. Until a more elegant solution is discovered, of course.
Yes! Something I've noticed more on the MKII than the MKI. I guess I just kept wishing this away from the beginning, but even I groan when I have to twitch the knobs one way or another to get the LEDs to register. Same deal with the Shift button behavior. It kills the LEDs, but the behavior remains the same. I actually have a stem of code in the template already that needs to be fleshed out to fix the Shift button behavior. I will have this fixed in the next release. For the time being, though, these feedback issues don't affect actual behavior of the template.irrelevance wrote: That LED feedback is not always updated to show the reset 0 value on button press but the actual value is reset.
Also pressing shift loses all of the LED feedback on device and seems theres no way to get it back unless relaunch set.
So...you are using multiple controllers? And is this an LED feedback issue? I almost want to see video of this error. I'm afraid I do not have a Push so I can't quite duplicate on my end. Perhaps these are conflicting MIDI mappings?irrelevance wrote: Funny things going on with sends. Have Push encoders controlling the eightknobs device and find that sometimes if parameter is turned on before Deck Send pot is turned that sometimes the effect does not activate/become apparent. Inversely sometimes the effect does not go away when send pot is reduced to 0 value but will once pot is moved from 0 up and down to 0 again.
Going back to my points above of "Is it really worth the overhead?" In Live you can have looping already enabled on a saved clip at start, you can trigger it using your mouse/keyboard, too. To track looping beyond what happens on the MKII (the solo/cue, deck, record, and activate buttons at the bottom of each track), I am going to have to add some extra listeners. I've been thinking on it and it probably isn't that bad to institute and keep an eye on. I've also said that before and found things to be more work than they are worth. If I can get this working (effectively, that is) then I can probably bring back to life my wish for cueing-on-clip-launch.irrelevance wrote: No loop indication. In youtube vid you mention blue LEDs that indicate looping clip but I don't see these.
I am going to stand my ground on this one. It is MIDI mapped so you can take that out of the template if you like, but for my purposes having the tempo right there is fantastic. I can manipulate effects, track faders, tempo, and looping with my hands all from one central point on the MKII. The tempo encoder on the MKII (with the annoying clicky feel to it) is a bit out of the way for me when making transitions.irrelevance wrote: Would really like the cue to be cue and not tempo accidently knoked this a few times in a 170bpm d&b set and tempo skips to 160! lol wtf! Couldn't figure out why then realised after watching youtube vid why
I'm gonna keep it there for the standard release as I want it to mirror my standard template as much as possible. Like I said above, you can remove that aspect of the MIDI mapping by just deleting it's entry in Live and saving the template.
The HPF/LPF combo? I gotta hit the books on assembling a better combo in Live, then. No rest for the weary.irrelevance wrote:
The filters have a bit of a jump/hump in the lower area not a smooth transition.
Thanks for the feedback! Things have slowed down massively for me now that the holidays are behind us. Fixing the LED behavior on Shifting is the first and easiest fix. I'll see about tracking all manner of loop starts which will (hopefully) give way to enhanced clip cueing, too.
That pesky bottom right clip launch button keeps going out when navigating a set, too. Again: doesn't affect functionality, but these lights are really pretty lookin' and I want them to all stay pretty lookin' during a set.