ueberschall's Elastik player and Ableton Live

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Malek
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ueberschall's Elastik player and Ableton Live

Post by Malek » Mon Oct 23, 2006 12:22 pm

hi,

my name is Malek and I'm working for the ueberschall support.
i recently had a problem by a user who said that the Elastik Player would not work under Ableton Live 6 on a mac as VST Plugin.

Can anyone confirm this?

thank you for your help!
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Osmose
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Post by Osmose » Thu Nov 06, 2008 4:53 pm

I'd like to know how to control or map this thing to an MPD24??

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Re: ueberschall's Elastik player and Ableton Live

Post by Cyberdude » Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:56 am

My experience with Ubberschall's Elastik is that the GUI is completely worthless. I mean it really sucks. The program fFreezes/lockups up all the time. I love the samples so it wasn't a complete waste of money. But to get to those samples you have to bounce them out one by one. What a pain.

Malek
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Post by Malek » Mon Jan 26, 2009 10:56 am

Hi,

1.

to use them with an MPD, MPC or whatever you can map the samples to the upper keyboard.
From there you can trigger them with your MIDI pad controller.
The first key is C4, the second C#4, then D4, and so on.
So you might check your MIDI mapping before you can start to work with it.

2.

Dunno nothing about the freeze ups.
But as a hint for export.

You don't have to export each sample one by one but you can also go into one folder, check out the samples via your midi controller, map the samples you like to the upper keyboard (holding down ALT and drag and drop them up) and step into the next folder with a lick on the little arrow in the upper left corner next to the preset name.
From here map the samples you like, or map all samples, to the upper keyboard again.
As soon as the keyboard is full you can export all of them by selecting the most left sample, hold down shift and select the most right sample.
No click on one sample with your right mouse button and choose "bounce".

Modified will bounce all loops as modified samples (for example time stretched).
Original will bounce all loops as original samples.

I hope this will help you to work with the library.

If you need more ideas how to work with Elastik please check out our video tutorials:

http://www.ueberschall.com/en/support/t ... rials.html

cheers,

m
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