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Pie_Mage
mb
Ov3rload
np :P
Pie_Mage
you're right
I dunno why I read that as time signature O_o
Ov3rload
Another problem with linux is that very few vst are supported
Pie_Mage
do you change time signature in your music a lot?
Ov3rload
Yes, i play progressive rock
Pie_Mage
'nuff said :P
yeah the VST thing is kinda a pain
Ov3rload
Under linux i love mididings
A tool to automate scene changes
Pie_Mage
i've heard people mentioning it before
Ov3rload
Plus linux doesn't have all the crap that windows have to slow down the pc.
And more importantly a decent audio stack
Pie_Mage
I've found using bitwig to be relatively painless
all my controllers just work
my supported audio IO just works
(bitwig on linux)
Ov3rload
Yeah, the only thing keeping me on windows are the VSTs
Pie_Mage
yeah it doesn't look like time signature automation is in 1.2 either... guess you have to wait a while yet
Ov3rload
Since i play keyboards using them
Pie_Mage
there is some good support from guys like uHE and a couple other VST makers
i moved from ableton because of the controller scripting API
Ov3rload: is there nothing in the Mapping Browser that would help (i've only got live 8 sitting in front of me, so I don't know what 9 has available)
I would just throw some sh*t together in the scripting API... but that's just how I roll :P
Ov3rload
Well no, it's a controller problem more than a mapping problem
I solved remapping the pedal with a midi vst
Pie_Mage
time to build your own DAW! :P
Ov3rload
and using a loopback midi interface to send back to ableton the new pedal
All this was just to be able to change tempo in session view automatically
Since there is no such thing as scene follow action
So you can't automatically change tempo with a new clip. Now i send a midi message to trigger the new scene in the midi track
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