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Author Topic: playing chords with pads on the analog lab vst  (Read 632 times)


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playing chords with pads on the analog lab vst
« on: September 24, 2013, 03:07:26 pm »

When i use analog lab as a standalone, i get all the chords i want to play when i hit the minilab pads. On ableton (i use live 8 ) when i try to do the same thing, it only plays the first 8 midi notes. I know that ableton's controls are defaulted to do that, but i can't figure out how to change that. I removed the ableton script, but my pads still play the first 8 midi notes on live even if i arm the track with analog lab on it. I can successfully load a snapshot, but the first 8 won't play the chords.

I can click the notes and the chords play, but since there is no midi note, live does not record it. I can't manually play the chords as well as i would like to, so i would very much like to be able to use the pads to play those. Is there a way i can midi map the chord settings on analoglab to the pads on the minilab when i have it up on live? If i have my minilab running analog lab on ableton the same way it runs as a standalone, that would be the ideal situation.

I think that the sounds on analog lab are incredible, and it would make me so happy if i were able to record them without having to get a bigger keyboard and learn how to manually play the chords on my own.
« Last Edit: September 24, 2013, 08:02:22 pm by rnqqnr1910 »


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Re: playing chords with pads on the analog lab vst
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2013, 06:11:55 am »
I have this question too.And i think that we could be very happy if this problem could be solved or this function could be able to use.
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