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loopbe1 and ableton live 4 years 10 months ago #28

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Hi,

May someone can explainme how to use loopbe1 with the pulse editor in live 8 ?

thanks a lot
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loopbe1 and ableton live 4 years 10 months ago #31

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Hi JC,
The best way for me to describe this setup is with a screenshot since there are many components involved.
This is considered a complex setup, so please pay attention to the details of all application setups.

In the image you will see some colored box outlines. These are the important parts you will need to set it up in Ableton Live 8.

In this example I am using port 8 from a MOTU MIDI Express XT to connect directly to the Pulse.

1. The Orange outlines are the settings in Live's MIDI preferences. Make sure port 8 is disabled here.
2. Make sure your sync signal goes out to LoopBe.
3. The Blue outlines are the MIDI ports selected in the Editor's MIDI Setup. This is the connection to the Pulse and Editor.
4. The Red outline is the Arp BPM setting to the 'M' position, which allows MIDI clock sync to the Pulse Arp Clock.
5. The Green outlines are the settings needed in MIDI-Ox to get the clock from Live/LoopBe out to the Pulse via port 8.



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loopbe1 and ableton live 4 years 10 months ago #33

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ok, thanks a lot, it works, I was lost in linking midi device and loopbe.

I just invert midi port 1 (8 fot you) and loopbe1 so I use loopbe just for the synch (selected in pulse editor) and enable midi device 1 in Live, so I can use it and chain other devices (on other channels).

I'm preparing to use pulse editor and virus editor on the same midi device with same synch (loopbe), I just still don't know exactly how I will get the hardware midi out of the 2 synth in the same midi device :whistle: will see, when I get the brend new virus vst :)
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loopbe1 and ableton live 4 years 10 months ago #34

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When using multiple synths, you will need a MIDI I/O device with multiple MIDI inputs and outputs. Each synth will need its own MIDI In and Out connection to the computer.

To send the same clock sync to other synths, and using the image I provided, just create a cable link in MIDI-Ox Port Routing going from the LoopBe Internal MIDI Input (the green outlines) to the MIDI Output port that is going to the synth you want to sync. You may need to add this port in MIDI-Ox MIDI Devices dialog first.

Take your time testing things out when creating your setups, making sure you understand the complete routing scheme (it may help to draw things out on paper first, then methodically set it up so nothing is missed in the setup process). Also, keep in mind that there is no 'one setup' that will magically work for every situation or task. You may need to change settings, filtering, etc. to accomplish certain tasks, then change them back for other tasks depending on what you are trying to do.
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