Here's the Tranzport script folder that should go into Live (>Show Package Contents) > Contents > App-Resources > MIDI Remote Scriptskeppy wrote:If you could pm me the script, that would awesome.
That is quite easy – see here: http://forum.ableton.com/viewtopic.php? ... 6#p1254886elektruck wrote:The update sounds great cause at the moment I've only buttons and faders. But the midibox64e supports encoders, and I've some here so this week I'll see if I can get them to work. For now I just used 2 buttons to increase and decrease volume, and it worked but I've to push a 100 times to get the slider moving. How can I change the resolution so that the slider reacts faster?
Hey Pixel, I tested the session controls of STC and did not have the problems you describe. Maybe it has something to do with the Launch-settings/Quantization of the clips in your Live-Set?pixel wrote:However, I have a problem when I fire a clip with the alt-enter the clip only loops one bar instead of the whole clip. If I fire it with the mouse it plays back normally.
Also, the playback of the channels can kind of stall/become out of sync with each other.
Oh yeah, I red this before and now I understand. Works great! and super that you can assign your own resolution this way!wiffbi wrote: That is quite easy – see here: http://forum.ableton.com/viewtopic.php? ... 6#p1254886
Basically as the constant value for the button, you do not send 1 (or 127 to lower volume) but e.g. 5 (or 123 to lower volume). Play around with the constant values until the response is how you like them.
P.S.: Thanks for your great feedback!
Thanks, I am glad you like. Concerning auto-arming on selection: it should be possible, but it isn't. Live has a function to notify the MIDI Remote Script if a track is selected, but within this notification I cannot do anything to that track – well I can do all sorts of things and they run without an error, but they have no effect! I do not know, whether this is a bug, but at the moment, the only thing I could do, is offer auto-arm when selecting a track via keyboard shortcut. So if you use any other method of selecting a track than the keyboard-shortcut provided by STC (e.g. click on a track with a mouse), then this won't work. I think there might be a possible workaround by using a MIDI loopback, but I need to verify that email@example.com wrote:Hey!
I am a big fan of Session Track Control. As a logic user finding his feet with Live I am glad to have this functionality.
Is there a way to have a track arm its self automatically when it is selected - just as logic does.