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Max 7 / Live 9.2 or later required.
old Max 6 version is here https://github.com/el-quinto/mix/releases.
re:mix is essentially mlr, finely tuned and greatly expanded upon for a new life in max for live. it takes inspiration from many variations released over the years, particularly the mlr3 preview, mlrv, and mlr_cyst.
mlr is a monome application by Brian Crabtree. if you haven’t tried it, i’d highly recommend u start there. re:mix will make much more sense if you do.
this can be done in a variety of ways, but the absolute easiest method, is to place the downloaded folder wherever you’d prefer on your hard drive, then drag it into Live’s browser, under PLACES.
-upgrading from a previous installation- just replace the previously installed folder or folder's contents with the newer files.
Load the re:mix device onto an empty midi track. Group 1-6.amxd's are the audio outputs for each group. load these on separate audio tracks to get audio for those groups (and led movement). then drag wav, aiff, or mp3 files from Live’s browser, Session or Arrange view to the re:mix interface to load them to the desired row. Files/whole folders of files can be also be loaded by dragging from Finder. that’s about it, mash buttons and have fun!
place the input.amxd on the track you want to record. you can load multiple instaces on different tracks, and each can be set to record to a different input buffer (1-8) in re:mix
midi in/out- re:mix recieves all press data and can output it as midi (if midi out is enabled). you can also send midi to the device to trigger press data. since midi only has 128 values, you need an additional midi track with the midi(row9-16).amxd for midi to/from the bottom 8 rows of a 256.
name piano roll.adg - placing this on the re:mix track makes it so u can see the row/button names on the piano roll.