This is the next Release of the Machinedrum Remote Controller for Ableton Live/Max for Live.
You can fully edit the Machinedrum on all Channels thanks to the implementation of imp.midi , which is done by David Butler.
You just need to route the inputs of your Machinedrum as an "External Instrument" like you would normally do. Drop the Machinedrum Remote on a separate Miditrack and choose your Inputs and Outputs.
Every Instrument has its presetslots which are compatible on any other Instrumentchannel. So you can save a BD-Preset and load it on i.e. CH-Track.
To get a Kit-Dump correctly you should stop the playback of Ableton first
and be sure you have disabled TEMPO-OUT and CTRL-OUT in the Machine itself!
To get the best results in performance, the TM-1 is recommended and should be switched to Turbo-Mode.
Set your Midiports, load your Globalsetting and then request the Kits.
Basechannel is now defined by loading Globalslots.
Size is reduced more than a half due to complete rewriting the Underhood. :)
The Dials are reverted to the Livestyle for now. Looking for a way to customize that
on the userside.
Please install the Fonts first.
Feel free to contact me for support or bug-reports at email@example.com
1.57 Bugfixes and:
Support for MD's OS 1.71 with the "hidden" TRX-S2.
Modulation is now enabled.
Presets and Settings are now saved within Live's Set.
AUTO-load for Globals. This gets the current loaded Globalslot while dumping the KIT.
Swipe over MUTES for QUICK-MUTES and reverse them.
Click on Elektron-LOGO to import SAMPLESLOT-Names.
Hidden DRUNK-Mode (not final)...click on "RANDOM" to switch Modes.
Helpfile included. Just look for the "?".
Some parameter-names from Midi-machines (MID-01 - MID-16) and CTR-8P are not reflected correctly yet but will work anyway.
On some Windows-Machines the Sysexstream isn't working correctly.
The link to his imp.midi externals is
under license of http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
This package is released under a Creative Commons Attribution- ShareAlike 4.0 International license. This means that you are free to share and adapt the package, however you must credit the original work to ‘David Butler / The Impersonal Stereo’, and distribute the resulting adaptation under the same or a similar license.
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