M4L - Stop all Clips wit Live.API


    Aug 26 2013 | 5:29 am
    Hey, could someone help me out with a quick explanation on how to call the Stop All Clips command in the Live API. I'm able to launch single scenes without problems but I can't find the way how to call the Stop All Clips command. At the moment I'm trying to call it over this path path live_set master_track.
    Thanks for your help!

    • Aug 26 2013 | 8:38 am
      I think the path is just 'live_set'.
    • Aug 26 2013 | 2:55 pm
      Awesome, thanks! worked like expected
    • Aug 28 2013 | 8:49 am
      CPU and latency-wise, I wonder if that's not simpler to do a midi mapping, even through M4L. What's the reason why you want it to work through API ?
    • Aug 28 2013 | 9:23 am
      Hey Stephane, thanks for joining in. Actually your right, my first attempt was to send a note through noteout with the plan to map it to MIDI the stop all clips button.
      However when patching in Max, I could display all Midi Ports in a umenu, as soon as running it in M4L it didn't display any Ports at all.
      But now I just realized I could send the noteout out of the Midi Track and map the Output to the Stop Button.
      Thanks for your input!
    • Apr 17 2015 | 4:40 pm
      UP!
      I'd like to observe the Stop All Clips button in the master track, could someone please share a patch or give a little advice on how to do it? In the api abstractions I didn't find anything related to the Stop All Clips. Thanks!
    • Apr 17 2015 | 4:41 pm
      // Double post, sorry! :)
    • Apr 17 2015 | 11:34 pm
      The LOM provides a complete description what can be done with the Live API. Notice that observing 'Stop All Clips' is not listed there.
    • Jul 19 2016 | 2:19 pm
      Hello,
      I'd also like to call the Stop All Clips commande, but I need the clips to be stopped as soon as I call it (unquantized). Is there a way to do it using "regular" Max / MaxForLive objects, or do I need to use JavaScript ?
      Any help appreciated !
    • Jul 19 2016 | 2:31 pm
      You can do it with regular objects.
    • Jul 20 2016 | 12:15 pm
      Thank you very much !
      Regards,
      Thomas