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 Push Snap’n Scale

  Many of my M4L patches have a common goal: implementing some of Live’s missing features. This time I didn’t really do anything though, as the core of this device is the ClyphX remote script by Stray. My patch simply triggers some ClyphX actions. It means that you need to have it properly installed for my device to work. See here http://beatwise.proboards.com/thread/992/current-version-clyphx-live-8... Read More →

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Here’s a new M4L device of mine that finally gives an option to use Push’s touchstrip as a modwheel. Yep. Most of all, it works seamlessly. As of now, I haven’t found any M4L device that correctly make use of Push’s touchstrip without messing up everything. It’s a bit tricky to program, but then it just works. You can record... Read More →

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 Push – ArrangeMode

  This device gives your Push its missing Arrangement Mode (plus a few extra bonuses). It doesn’t interfere with other Push’s modes, it just adds a new one. The device mainly works on a « selected track » basis. Ultimately, the main goal of this patch is to use your mouse less, because for a lot of tasks this thing actually is…... Read More →

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SL4P is Session Looper for Push. With SL4P you can do synchronized live looping in clips without any boring metronome or quantifcation. It’s just a looper, except that all layers are recorded into separate clips, and that is fucking cool. You can also use metronome/ global quantification if you want, SL4P would still offers you nice things. Put SL4P on... Read More →

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Here is Futility, a simple yet very handy utility max for live device. It allows you to create key (or midi) shortcuts that will act on the currently selected track. What? The left section lets you assign: (un)solo, (un)mute and (un)arm. On its right you’ll find their « kill » friends. Those buttons let you unsolo, unmute and unarm every soloed, muted,... Read More →

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