Thank you very much for your attention.
Here’s a track I did mostly based on using re:mix, live chopping samples I made with the Morphagene and Clouds in a sessions prior to this one. I create some loops with the looper section in the top row, then I unplug Grid and into Ansible to mess with tye euro stuff.
So here’s my problem; what I would really like to do is to be able to then switch back to re:mix to return to playing with the samples, but when I reconnect Grid to my Macbook it won’t recognise it? I suspect this is because re:mix kind of think Grid is already connected as the loops is still going? Idk, it’s weird. At most times it will recognise the device if I stop transport in Ableton before I re-plug Grid, but sometimes it won’t. Whenever this happens I have to shut down my computer and restart the whole system for re:mix to recognise Grid. So maybe it has to do with serialosc?
Grid makes that little light thing in the upper left corner every time, so it’s not on that part… Anyone with the same experience?
I’ve searched through this thread, but wasn’t able to find a solution to running this in Max 7 standalone (as a I don’t use Ableton Live). With other M4L devices, I simply open the .amxd file, but looking at the Git repo for re:mix, I see several files. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!
I don’t think that is possible.
^ what he said.
i’m moving away from using Live and would love to have a non-M4L MLR with all the bells/whistles of re:mix.
maybe i just have to buy a norns?
It should be doable but needs some important changes.
Good evening everyone!
Quick question: Is there any way to configure re:mix so that a channel could play a long sample (like a song) based on the next idea?
Being able to have a channel dedicated to songs or really long samples, but instead of dividing the length of it on the 8/16 buttons a grid has in the wide dimension, having it scrolling the song/long sample each beat a button (like in short samples) but when it would reach the end of the grid, it would loop visually but keeping playing the whole sound. (So the light advances through the channel in loops, but being able to work with each beat more easily instead of dividing the whole song in 8 buttons that each one could contain like 20 beats or more…)
I really hope that somebody understands my idea, which I feel there has to be an easy way to it, or really is a challenge to achieve.
re:mix under Ableton is pretty awesome solution. I moved away form standalone mlr 2.56. But I am still wondering, how to use my 64 as a mixer and fx device just like on standalone mlr app. I’m using 256 + 64, maybe I doing something wrong. Thank you.
Does this work without a grid?
I have a Push 2 and a launchpad mini. I also have an iPad if that could possibly work.
i am not sure but having read this entire thread 3+ times i don’t think second grid support ever got added within re:mix. but i think you should be able to run a different m4l mixer on the 64. i was going to suggest the app ‘control’ but it looks like it’s 128 only.
@eblomquist on ipad it’s possible to set up using the app touchosc (search thread for info), for the two other grids there is an app called gridlock that can mimic a monome with some tweaking, google “gridlock monome”
No it requires a grid but there are other max devices that emulate mlr for push and other grid devices
Greetings everyone! I have a quick question about tempo/key changes while using re:mix. I’m fairly certain this question will show all you folks what a novice I am in the Monome world So, here goes: When I load samples into re:mix, say each of them being 110 bpm, I typically slow down the tempo a bit in Ableton. Nothing drastic, just anywhere from 90-100 bpm. When I do this, the samples tend to drop a few octaves, and almost sound detuned. Say my samples are in Bm, I load them into the individual tracks, slow down the tempo a bit, and boom…It drops a few octaves/changes the key of the samples. Is there anyway to rectify this situation? Am i completely missing something? Please excuse my lack of knowledge on the subject, and what seems to be so simple. Anywho, thank you guys for reading, and the continued inspiration you all provide on a daily basis.