So far you could use the freemium web app by Remotify to create MIDI remote scripts aka Control Surfaces for Ableton Live 9 and 10. With Live 11 using Python 3, the web app's won't work anymore. Enter Control Surface
ClyphX has been my secret weapon for a long time. Without it, my live performance setup would not be possible. It's a MIDI remote script for Ableton Live that allows for very simple scripting to control any parameter in Live.
You probably already know that I like hacks and mods. Recently I was sent a MIDI remote script for Push 2's User Mode, so I thought I'd compile an article with the available user hacks for Ableton Push to round things
If you have a boutique MIDI controller that doesn't come with a MIDI remote script for Ableton Live or if you want to add your own quick access controls instead of using the available control surface, this meant mapping parameters
Time for a colour change for your Ableton Push? Have a look at these three colour schemes I've designed for you and grab them for free if you like them. By the way, there are 7 more free Packs.
Looking for some new colours for your Ableton Push? Have a look at these three colour schemes I've designed for you and grab them for free if you like them. There are 6 more free Packs, by the way.
Time to spruce up your colour scheme for Ableton Push? Check out the three new ones I've made and download if you like them. If not, there are 5 more free Packs.
Getting tired of your Push colour scheme? Good news then, as I have three new ones for you. Have a look if they're to your liking and get downloading.
Since the freebies of the last 10 weeks were all about Mellotron Live Packs, I've got some eye candy this time. More specifically, three new color schemes for Ableton Push. That's what they look like:
This is the video version of the second most checked out written tutorial. It explains how to set up any MIDI controller with Ableton Live.