How to Record Scene changes to Ableton

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  • D-One
    D-One Moderator Posts: 2,689 mod
    edited January 26 Answer ✓

    @cedrimske sure:

    1- Enable MIDI Change. FILE>MIDI Change.

    2 - Make a new MIDI Track and set it to Send and Receive MIDI to/from the Maschine-Plugin Track:

    Enable Record on the MIDI Track and when you switch Scenes in Ideas View it will send the corresponding MIDI Notes to that MIDI track, then when you play back it it will send MIDI back to Maschine-Plugin. Make sure the Maschine-Plug track has input monitoring ON to be able to receive the notes.


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  • cedrimske
    cedrimske Member Posts: 25 Member
    edited January 25

    do you know how i can record my changing scene in the same track or i do make an other midi track for record that

  • D-One
    D-One Moderator Posts: 2,689 mod
    edited January 26 Answer ✓

    @cedrimske sure:

    1- Enable MIDI Change. FILE>MIDI Change.

    2 - Make a new MIDI Track and set it to Send and Receive MIDI to/from the Maschine-Plugin Track:

    Enable Record on the MIDI Track and when you switch Scenes in Ideas View it will send the corresponding MIDI Notes to that MIDI track, then when you play back it it will send MIDI back to Maschine-Plugin. Make sure the Maschine-Plug track has input monitoring ON to be able to receive the notes.


  • cedrimske
    cedrimske Member Posts: 25 Member

    thanks a lot

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