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how to convert midi note to undo ( ctrl +z )??????

Posted: Mon Aug 01, 2005 6:33 pm
by sangheeta
Hi,
I loop in Ableton LIVE4 with a midi foot controller , everything work fine except I want to undo sometimes(CTRL+Z) ( delete last recorded loop ,for ex) with my midi foot controller but I don't find the right "code" to set in the midi translator outputting message :(
does anybody know????
thanks for helping
Sangh
excuse my english :oops:

Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 9:27 am
by florian
Hi Sangh,

you can use Midi Translator (MT) for this. After installation (with Hubi's loopback or MidiYoke).

1. Select the MIDI device of the foot-pedal as MIDI IN in MT. Select the 1st virtual port as MIDI OUT (and the same virtual port as MIDI IN in Ableton Live). Choose Options|MIDI Thru (so that the MIDI signals are routed to Ableton, if necessary).

2. Create a new Translator.

3. Edit the Translator:
Choose MIDI as incoming action. Check Capture MIDI and press the foot pedal down (not up). You should see a MIDI message appear in the input field (like B0 04 7F). Uncheck capture, and release the foot pedal.
As Outgoing Action, choose keystroke. Click in that input field, and press Ctrl+Z. You should see Ctrl(Z) in the field.

Now switch to Ableton and press the foot switch: it should do Undo...

Hope it works!
Florian

Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 12:31 pm
by sangheeta
HI Florian,
I don't know why , but I've download a strange and bad version of bome's MT.
after redownloaded a couple of time , now it works just fine .
It's my fault , sorry
my problem is over
thanks for answer
best regards
sangh

Posted: Wed Aug 03, 2005 11:59 am
by florian
great to hear that! Enjoy Midi Translator with Ableton!

Florian