my new juggling is all manual. i got sick of writing a million midi juggles, it was too time consuming. i still do it for remixing my own tunes so that i don't get sick of playing them all the time, but for djing i do it by hand.
ok, so how it works now is: beside each dj track there is a juggle track with 32 clip slots learned to ascending note numbers.
what i did was route the cc of the top 8 pads to mute the track that is playing when you cut in a juggle clip. this sounds like a dj cutting the fader over and avoids digital 'click'. the next four pads do not mute the channel and are all 8 note numbers apart. they are used for triggering drum breaks, vocal samples, etc. i used clipFill mode in controlAid to step the notes up on these four pads, and the bottom right pad toggles clipFill on/off. this way you can step through the clips. it's like pause/breaking a record or whatever. sounds nice. the last 3 slots on the bottom left are used to cue the track that is playing. so you can juggle juggle juggle and then cue the breakdown, or the main drop or whatever to end the routine.
there is onetrigger finger preset for the left channel, and one for the right.
then i made two more presets just like these ones, but with the notes sending on midi channel two. these go to 'hard wired' juggle slots with typical shit like scratching a kik drum, snare drum, and a few one shot beats and reversed beats. . there are a couple vocals as well, some stepped name drops and cheesy stuff like that too. they don't get replaced. its the 32 slots at the top that i load new clips into every time.
if anyone with a trigger finger wants the ableton template + trigger finger presets i sell em for $25. it took me weeks to program. it's worth it