Embedding Live set (including M4L) on a chip

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patrickstinson
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Embedding Live set (including M4L) on a chip

Post by patrickstinson » Thu Sep 18, 2014 4:24 am

Wouldn't it be totally awesome to stick a live set on your pedal board and have it boot up when you connect the board to power? Have a bank of eight patches to load, etc. I built this really fun looping set and M4L patch that uses the push grid and connects to my foot controller. The set never changes unless I update it with new functionality or bug fixes, and all interaction is through midi hardware and Push.

I'm just sayin'.....
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Re: Embedding Live set (including M4L) on a chip

Post by Ryder17 » Thu Sep 18, 2014 8:56 am

Yes. Yes it would.

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Re: Embedding Live set (including M4L) on a chip

Post by patrickstinson » Mon Jan 12, 2015 6:56 am

A couple of months of work and I have finished building an Ableton Pedalboard. It's an Ableton Live-Powered pedalboard that just has an on-off switch. Throw it on the stage, turn it on, play set 1, play set 2, unplug and take home. Works great!

Complete write-up is here: http://vedanamedia.com/2015/01/ableton-pedalboard/

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