ableton live - save samples in buffer with live set


    Apr 18 2006 | 10:53 pm
    Hi,
    Im creating a pluggo for ablteon live, it's a little drum sampler with sequenser.
    The problem is that when I save the liveset the samples which I have put in my drumsamplers buffer~ are not there when I openup the liveset.

    • Apr 19 2006 | 4:07 am
      Not sure if this will work but have you tried putting the samples in the Library/Application Support/Cycling74 folder. This did work for me with some files my pluggo was writing and reading to. This was on OSX
    • Apr 19 2006 | 4:17 am
      perhaps also affected by this, if you have very latest versions < http://www.cycling74.com/forums/index.php?t=msg&th=18918
    • Apr 19 2006 | 2:23 pm
      Quote: luc wrote on Tue, 18 April 2006 16:53
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      > Hi,
      >
      > Im creating a pluggo for ablteon live, it's a little drum sampler with sequenser.
      > The problem is that when I save the liveset the samples which I have put in my drumsamplers buffer~ are not there when I openup the liveset.
      why do you exspect them to be there?
      did you do anything for that? (like creating automation
      parameters for filepaths?)
    • Apr 19 2006 | 4:49 pm
      I didn't really expect them there, because I know there's something I need to do first. I just don't know what that thing is.
    • Apr 20 2006 | 6:09 pm
      Quote: luc wrote on Wed, 19 April 2006 10:49
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      > I didn't really expect them there, because I know there's something I need to do first. I just don't know what that thing is.
      well to save settings (of whatever kind) you have
      to create automatable parameters, that is the
      requirement to be able to save presets, and the
      ability to save presets is what makes your host
      program recall the last used status/save settings
      with project.
      you make things a plug-in parameter by connecting
      them to a [pp] object.
      to be honest, it is not the perfect, not the easiest
      solution to store filepaths to samples that way, but
      they only way pluggo suggests it by default.
      VST/AU/RTAS plug-in all can also store hughe data
      amounts as presets, but they all do it in a different
      way, this is only one of the reasons why pluggo does
      not offer that at all.
      (you might know that for example NI synths use always
      a propetiary format preset system in addition to
      VST and RTAS formats, for exactly that reason.)
      so if you really want to save paths i would suggest
      you implement a simple textfile export option.
      [capture], [coll], [dialog], [folder] and stuff like
      that are your friends there.