Taz Pro is a text articulating Max for Live device for Ableton Live. This device reads text in locator names in Arrangement View and clip names in Session View specially designated with a leading asterisk using the OS X text-to-speech voices loaded on your computer. Because the Mac OS X text-to-speech voices speak in different languages, Taz Pro is only limited by the voices you have installed in your computer.
If you name a locator (in Arrangement View) or a clip (in Session View) like this:
* Dynamite. In E
Taz Pro will speak that text back as Live’s transport playhead passes or the clip launches.
Taz Pro is Also a Cue List Launcher Selecting a cue in Taz's CueList and pressing the PLAY button will launch the associated Arrangement View Locator or Session View scene. Learn more here.
Updated communications protocol with Oakboard Floor Vista to enable compatibility with iConnectivity interfaces.
CueList enhancements (green highlight to indicate launched cues, delayed auto-advance to aid in click confirmation, auto-advance when Playhead passes cue title in Arrangement View, fixed interface bugs)
Fixed Autoscroll for more than 12 cues in the CueList Window.
Bus Capture is a processor-efficient Max for Live Audio Effect device that sits on any track, group, or master bus in Ableton Live and allows you to capture all audio routed through that bus. It’s designed to allow you to quickly set up background bus recording to capture ideas while creating and songwriting but can also be used to quickly bounce down a rehearsal recording from a board mix or capture a back-up of a recording session without having to mind Ableton Live’s transport.
Ableton Live Suite (Includes MaxForLive) Please note that the device may have compatibility issues on Windows at the moment.
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Ableton Live's transport is designed to play from the last start point persistently. Usually it's convenient, but sometimes it would be nice to pause and continue where you left off. This is possible using shift + spacebar but there isn't an in-built way to do this with any mappable functions in Ableton Live. Pause Button solves this problem.
Drop this lightweight, processor friendly MaxForLive device into any audio or MIDI track. Once Live's transport is playing, you can use the button to pause and continue playback. You can also stop the transport using spacebar and then continue playback using Pause Button. To use, map the main button to any MIDI note message or computer keystroke for remote control.
Taz Lite is a playback cue launching tool for Ableton Live Suite and Max for Live users. Start by naming a locator or clip in your Ableton Live set with a leading asterisk like this:
* Some Song Title
Selecting that cue in Taz's CueList and pressing the PLAY button will launch the associated Arrangement View Locator or Session View scene. In addition to launching cues, Taz can stop Live’s transport as well as select previous or next cues.
Upgrade to Taz Pro to hear your cue list. In addition to the cue list management functions that come with Taz Lite, Taz Pro works like an assistant Music Director by audibly slating your Arrangement View locator or Session View clip names. Routed to your band's in-ear monitor system, Taz Pro can announce the title of the song about to start, the song's key signature, or even discreetly cue a vocalist for the upcoming lyric. Using the built-in Text to Speech Architecture in OS X, Taz Pro can use different voices, or even speak different languages! Learn more here.
SPECIAL NOTICE: Taz Lite is free for a limited time! Now through April 1, 2021, Taz Lite is available at no charge.
2.01 - Fixed Autoscroll for more than 12 cues in the CueList Window.
CC Hijack can convert one MIDI control change message to another allowing any continuous MIDI control change message to send a mod wheel controller message, for instance.
MIDI Mapped control change messages in Ableton Live are exclusive. Installing an instance of CC Hijack also allows you to map a CC message while still using it elsewhere in Live. One use case might be mapping a sustain pedal to an arpeggiator hold button while still using the sustain switch to control a software piano on another track.
Select an image on your hard drive, set the resolution, and Clip Mosaic will scan each pixel and create a bank of Session View clips using relative colors from the Ableton Live clip color palette. Minimize the width of a track while holding the option key to create square pixels.
For best results, add Clip Mosaic to a single midi track and delete all other tracks from the Ableton Live session.