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[[Push_Programming_Oct13_01|The Frequency Mixer]]: An example of using standard Max coding to take control of the Ableton Push and create a user interface for an interesting mixing tool.
 
[[Push_Programming_Oct13_01|The Frequency Mixer]]: An example of using standard Max coding to take control of the Ableton Push and create a user interface for an interesting mixing tool.
  
The MIDI Gater: For increased effeciency, we use Javascript, along with some basic Max programming, to create a gating modifier for MIDI tracks (or live input).
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[[Push_Programming_Oct13_02|The MIDI Gater]]: For increased effeciency, we use Javascript, along with some basic Max programming, to create a gating modifier for MIDI tracks (or live input).

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Some interesting forum postings:

[Controlling the Push LCD with sysex], created by Adam Murray, digs out his MIDI monitor in order to track down - and conquer - placing text on the Push LCD display.

[Florian Zand's Push Development Kit] goes even further, providing a self-developed system for accessing the Push system. His [blog page] - and especially his [development page] - about this project can provide some interesting insight on the way the Push interacts with software.

Information in this Wiki:

The Frequency Mixer: An example of using standard Max coding to take control of the Ableton Push and create a user interface for an interesting mixing tool.

The MIDI Gater: For increased effeciency, we use Javascript, along with some basic Max programming, to create a gating modifier for MIDI tracks (or live input).

Pages in category "Ableton Push"

The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.