A few comments though:
Appart from being small they have tabs. Do your devices show all the tabs (especially from the instruments) at the same time?xmonsta wrote: As you may know, Ableton native devices are actually really amazing. However, they are quite small and difficult to control with a mouse. The one thing this software does really well, is that it unlocks new potential within Ableton native devices and provides a completely new experience for them. Using this software (PULL), you'll find yourself making sounds that you didn't think were possible, using only Ableton devices.
Since all of the device templates are already loaded, can you also control a device that is NOT selected in Live.There are a 2 ways of using this software:
1) Switch mode:
Switch mode loads all Ableton device templates onto the Lemur at once and creates a very snappy user experience (as shown on the video). All the available memory for the Lemur is used, so it's not possible to use this app in conjunction with any other Lemur template. We are actually exceeding the allowed memory on the Lemur (which doesn't cause any problems) and have devised our own way of uploading this template to the Lemur (outside of the Lemur editor). You will be able to load VST/Maxforlive device templates in here, but these will not be switchable (they will need to be sent to the app through WIFI).
Because, already working in Push, this often leads to annoyances when the selected device switches because you switch the track to play notes on another track with Push.
Two scenarios I would like:
1: lock to device with a press of a always available (virtual) button in your app (this should be easy, and you may have already implemented it)
2: control over two or more devices at the same time on a split screen iPad. Maybe by the app rather having a virtual lock, not using the "lock to control surface" function of Live, but just loading both templates into your app. Best would be if this could be twice the same device but different instances. Like two EQ8s on different tracks.
If you have any sort of influence on Ableton on this, PLEASE don't forget the modulation parameters in Sampler.
Parameters not available in Ableton API:
Vocoder and Operator bands - These are unfortunately not editable through the API. We will try to suggest Ableton add these. There are only a few other parameters that are unavailable in the API (such as some of the parts of Looper), but most are available.
(Aux envelope, LFO2 and LFO3 parameter assignment and amount) This has been bugging me forever!
Also, I don't have much experience with touch interfaces, but I wonder if on some of the devices it wouldn't be better to make the virtual knobs into faders. It seems easier to control by sliding than twisting.