Ableton Live 10 Monitor automation or Midi Mapping

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Ableton Live 10 Monitor automation or Midi Mapping

Post by corei7 » Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:02 pm

Hello, I'm trying to automate the monitor for a track in Ableton Live 10. I couldn't find automation for monitoring so I tried to use Midi mappings (with software Midi driver). The problem comes when I can't map each button of the monitor options, I mean, I can map only one Midi note to the entire monitor control (in, auto, off) and when the Midi note is triggered, the monitor control will just hop to the next button. For example:

1. Monitor is set to IN for the track.
2. My intention is now to set monitor OFF, so I press the Midi note already mapped.
3. Monitor will set to AUTO instead of setting to OFF because AUTO is the next button after IN.

How can I map a note to monitor control so I can choose if turning monitor On or Off?
Is there an automation option for this maybe?

I need to alternate between monitor in/off because I'm using multiple tracks with Looper plugin and I need to select which tracks will receive input from my instrument while keeping output sound on because looper will keep sending audio.

Is there a more efficient way to achieve this?

Thank you in advance!

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