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Re: Push 3

Posted: Mon May 14, 2018 6:05 pm
by Stromkraft
login wrote:
I don't think even the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol which gives access to the plugin browsers has the ability to automate preset changes.
Yes, I think one solution maybe could be mapping control applications that save its own presets and control the parameters (128 of them anyway). I think Isotonik has one but I forgot the name.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Sat Jun 09, 2018 3:22 am
by dreamer55
If Ableton is listening:

PLEASE INCLUDE THIS TO PUSH 3!!!

1) Audio interface integrated, at least stereo in/out, better 2x IN for more machines on stage without an additional mixer (yes, Octatrack killer... I only still use Octatrack live on stage for inputs and portability... )
2) CV/GATE out and 4 - 8 CV INPUTs !!!
3) Maybe MORE KNOBS and maybe a bank of 8 free ASSIGNABLE KNOBS not at the top, but maybe on the left (yes, new MPCs are very clever and easy to use with this lefty knobs )
4) MIDI Arpeggiator on board

and if you want to make a truly KILLER product, yes - make it stand alone, but I'm not sure if it gonna happen anytime soon...

Re: Push 3

Posted: Sat Jun 09, 2018 8:16 am
by Stromkraft
dreamer55 wrote: 1) Audio interface integrated, at least stereo in/out, better 2x IN for more machines on stage without an additional mixer (yes, Octatrack killer... I only still use Octatrack live on stage for inputs and portability... )
RME or forget it. 2 in? 24 in/out or forget it.
dreamer55 wrote: 2) CV/GATE out and 4 - 8 CV INPUTs !!!
I get the outs, but what should the inputs do? Convert to MIDI? This does sound expensive as this is audio ins as well.
dreamer55 wrote: 3) Maybe MORE KNOBS and maybe a bank of 8 free ASSIGNABLE KNOBS not at the top, but maybe on the left (yes, new MPCs are very clever and easy to use with this lefty knobs )
I assume you mean both top and side knobs, right? And not moved knobs…
dreamer55 wrote: 4) MIDI Arpeggiator on board
You do know that the program logic is not inside the Push, right? It's in Live. And that Live comes with Arpeggiators? So what would "on board" mean?
dreamer55 wrote: and if you want to make a truly KILLER product, yes - make it stand alone
If Ableton would choose to add Linux support — which they should — this could be done at a price. Stand alone products has not stood up that great to time, I think. If something goes down everything is down until you got repairs as it can't just get replaced. So a Pro user would have to get a backup solution as well, maybe even getting two.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Sun Jun 10, 2018 6:12 pm
by dreamer55
Stromkraft wrote: RME or forget it. 2 in? 24 in/out or forget it.
I use RME UCX - great sound, but hate to bring each time >1000$ of additional gear to a small club/bar gigs, it's risky and unreasonable + it's additional >3kg of weight, so if I travel by airplane = no good. If you play live often it's quite a notable disadvantage. Just for example - Maschine MK3 has stereo out + 3 inputs of "ok quality", which is enough. RME is a studio or big events option.
Stromkraft wrote: I get the outs, but what should the inputs do? Convert to MIDI? This does sound expensive as this is audio ins as well.
Not sure if it's hard/expensive to implement. Yes, maybe it's not worth it... but would be amazing to control efx/synth parameters with my modular rig = new world of integration...
Stromkraft wrote: I assume you mean both top and side knobs, right? And not moved knobs…
Yes, main knobs on the top + additional bank of free assignable knobs on the side... yes, hard to fit it into the design, the unit will be bigger... but however I still have to bring each time a small Korg nanostudio for immediate access to fx parameters, for live quick access is essential.
Stromkraft wrote: ou do know that the program logic is not inside the Push, right? It's in Live. And that Live comes with Arpeggiators? So what would "on board" mean?
Yes, there's the Arp inside Live, but it's too slow to press "add device + choose Arp + press Load" with Push 2 only if you want to play a fast arp pattern in the middle of the track. The Apr functionality could be for example implemented into the "Repeat" button (double press ) for immediate access.



Yes, all is questionable... Maybe what I wanted to say is: now Push 2 is amazing studio controller, but for the really stellar live experience it should be tweaked and optimized. I guess a lot of people would pay more for such a revision.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Sun Jun 10, 2018 8:21 pm
by Stromkraft
dreamer55 wrote:Maybe what I wanted to say is: now Push 2 is amazing studio controller, but for the really stellar live experience it should be tweaked and optimized. I guess a lot of people would pay more for such a revision.
With the right balance, I think you might be right on this.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 10:55 pm
by login
IF they include an interface the DRIVERS have to be as good as RME or don't bother, I couldn't care less about "audio quality" (pretty much all converters are more than good enough), but the drivers are what really matters to make any audio interface usable.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 7:47 am
by HotLoveDrama
Coming at Loop 2018 ? What do you think ?

Re: Push 3

Posted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 1:52 pm
by Mark Williams
Well for me, cant see Push3 needed for a while yet, personally, I dont want it standlone, as that limits your usage with Ableton i.e 3rd party VSTs etc. Certainly dont want 'another' audio interface. All I would like to see is maybe another bank of eight knobs with possibly some on/off switches too.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2018 2:59 pm
by JAMM
and that a future push screen is not using around 30% off the host laptop/computer CPU.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 5:18 pm
by mercury007
I am hoping for an Ableton Push Rack-like device. Something like the Launch Control XL, but with the following changes:

1- 4 rows of 8 knobs instead of 2
2- Top 2 rows of 8 with endless encoders
3- Ability to switch the use of the each row for a different device (with maxforlive/live and kontrol templates) - for ex, use 8 faders for a mixer, while using the top 4 rows of knobs for specific device control
4- Ability to use top two rows of knobs as a 16-step sequencer (imagine being able to use top two rows for sequencing, next two rows for device control, and faders to still mix/mute/solo 8 channels)
5- Screen backlight the entire device so you can see what you are controlling (with color so you can assign color to things such as osc vs filter to different colors to easily make it feel like a synth)

It would make all VST synths much more like analog synths. Would love to be able to swap through VSTs and see which knobs I am controlling and easily tell which section is for osc/filter/asdr, etc, while running a step sequencer, for ex.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 7:03 pm
by InLight-Tone
I'd like to see them adapt a workflow for Arrange view on the Push. That's a major neglected area that Ableton hasn't addressed for some odd reason...

Re: Push 3

Posted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 8:41 pm
by Valiumdupeuple
InLight-Tone wrote:I'd like to see them adapt a workflow for Arrange view on the Push. That's a major neglected area that Ableton hasn't addressed for some odd reason...
If you have M4L!

Re: Push 3

Posted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 4:19 pm
by HotLoveDrama
Personally I'd love a smaller version of the Push with less pads and a bigger/better screen.

Re: Push 3

Posted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 10:48 pm
by jestermgee
HotLoveDrama wrote:Personally I'd love a smaller version of the Push with less pads and a bigger/better screen.
Smaller version of Push with a Bigger screen and less pads? So basically an iPad then?

Re: Push 3

Posted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:24 pm
by HotLoveDrama
jestermgee wrote:
HotLoveDrama wrote:Personally I'd love a smaller version of the Push with less pads and a bigger/better screen.
Smaller version of Push with a Bigger screen and less pads? So basically an iPad then?
A lot can be done between an iPad and the Push... :roll: