PrEditor 2 & AKAI MIDIMIX XL – Combo Pack

Price £60.00

As a budget controller the inbuilt integration with Ableton Live is basic at best, some would argue it’s a pity for such potential! So with our XL Upgrade you’ll benefit from the following:

  • Ring Focus Box, with a 1 x 8 box showing you visually which eight tracks are being controlled by the MIDIMIX, it’s lack of LED’s can be partially excused.
  • LaunchSync compatibility, with this you can use the MIDIMIX as the Master or Slave controller linking it with an Ableton Push or adding further controls to an AKAI APC40 or a Novation LaunchPad!
  • 24 Parameter device control, simply tap the SOLO button and the Mute buttons control the selection of the first 8 devices on the Track in focus, the REC ARM buttons turn the devices on and off whilst the 24 Potentiometers Blue Hand Map to the device in focus….
  • Bank Left and Bank Right then allow you to cycle through all of the available parameters, so grab hold of an Operator and have complete control over your tweaking with just one controller!
  • Further options for controlling three sends on the Pots rather than just two and the Pan which is switchable from the controller when enabled in the Config.txt file. And there’s a choice of Returns Mode as well…

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Featured Videos
AKAI MIDI MIX XL - WALKTHROUGH
AKAI MIDIMIX - LAUNCHSYNC DEMO
PREDITOR 2 - LIVE INSTRUMENTS & EFFECTS
PREDITOR - LIVE MAPPING

Description

As a budget controller the inbuilt integration with Ableton Live is basic at best, some would argue it’s a pity for such potential! So with our XL Upgrade you’ll benefit from the following:

First up – if a Controller is going to take up a Control Surface Slot in Live then it deserves at the very least the onscreen Ring Focus Box, with a 1 x 8 box showing you visually which eight tracks are being controlled by the MIDIMIX, it’s lack of LED’s can be partially excused.

Secondly – Any controller that get’s the Isotonik touch is certain to have LaunchSync compatibility, with this you can use the MIDIMIX as the Master or Slave controller linking it with an Ableton Push or adding further controls to an AKAI APC40 or a Novation LaunchPad!

Thirdly – We’ve done it before and this is the latest controller to get the magic of our 24 Parameter device control, simply tap the SOLO button and the Mute buttons control the selection of the first 8 devices on the Track in focus, the REC ARM buttons turn the devices on and off whilst the 24 Potentiometers Blue Hand Map to the device in focus….

Bank Left and Bank Right then allow you to cycle through all of the available parameters, so grab hold of an Operator and have complete control over your tweaking with just one controller!

Fourthly – There’s further options for controlling three sends on the Pots rather than just two and the Pan which is switchable from the controller when enabled in the Config.txt file. And there’s a choice of Returns Mode as well…

NOTE: This Combo Pack consists of both PrEditor 2 & the MIDIMIX XL Control Surface Script

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD – PrEditor 2 User Guide

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Our Products are generally provided as Zip file downloads which in all cases will need to be extracted and saved to your hard drive prior to installation. Details on the different file type provided and what to do with them are below.

.alp Files – These are Ableton Live Packs and will install directly into the Packs Section of the browser of Ableton Live. When you double click on them you will see a pop up window asking you to confirm that installation is ok as the files are described as “Legacy”. This is fine and you are ok to proceed, the packs are created using the format for an earlier version of Live and so remain compatible with the current version.

.amxd files – These are individual MaxforLive Devices and can be stored anywhere on your hard drive. We’d advise creating a folder for them and then adding that folder as a location within the Places section of Lives Browser.

Control Surface Scripts – Please refer to the individual User Guides provided with your download, an abridged version of the installation will be shown further down this page.

ClyphX Pro – Please refer directly to the manual and installation video for this specific product.

Novation Circuit Packs – These are provided as individual Sysex Files and as a complete bank file. All are to be installed using a version of the Circuit Editor and not via Novations Components back up utility.

CHANGE LOG 2.0.8 - The “Log” controller parameter is now shown in red when enabled to remind users to turn it off when not generating diagnostic info - Updated text in a couple of dialogs to make things clearer - Fixed issue where racked devices couldn’t be scanned if auto-scan was enabled - Fixed BCR always loading 24 device maps even when 32 was specified - Fixed couple minor script issues 2.0.7 - Added additional dialogs to help people with initial install/setup - Fixed a sporadic issue loading P1 migrated data - Fixed a sporadic licence validation issue - Fixed issue on 10.0.1 where echo, pedal, drumbuss and wavetable were categorised as M4L devices - Fixed issue with custom parameter naming for extended mapping - Re-enabled custom parameter names for M4L devices 2.0.6 - Updated the reporting issues dialog at startup so hopefully someone will read it - Custom/Single buttons are no longer available when selecting empty VST/AU/M4L category - Added a minimum version check to tell users when the version of scripts installed is below required minimum - Added a dialog to tell users to switch to Extended map mode if they’re trying to Live map a parameter from a device that is not in the default parameter set (Live/M4L) - Disabled custom parameter names for M4L devices whilst an issue is investigated - Fixed issue selecting M4L devices on Windows - Fixed issue where after the report information dialog had been shown, PrEditor needed a restart - Fixed display issue when selecting last parameter of a device 2.0.5 - config.xml is now added to the generated report file - No longer possible to create blank entries for aliases/skip - Fixed an issue where it wasn’t possible to scan a M4L device that had 0 parameters exposed - Removed load all & save all as they’re not really needed and just seem to cause confusion 2.0.4 - Fixed a display issue meaning displayed parameter names were offset by 1 - Dialog box now presented if options.txt cannot be updated 2.0.3 - Rack name changes are now picked up immediately - Added additional info to report generation - Removed maximise button - Extended mapping adding for Simpler - Push2 visualisations added for AutoFilter, Echo, Simpler - Fixed issue with custom installs not being retrieved correctly - Fixed issue with reports not being generated when custom install selected - OSX version now runs down to 10.7 2.0.2 - Fixed an issue changing between Push2 and Push2_XL scripts 2.0.1 - Added auto-live-map mode - Added a dialog at startup if PrEditor data directory cannot be created - Fixed an issue with multi-scan not naming duplicate parameter properly 2.0.0 - Initial version PLEASE NOTE: The following limitations currently exist. We hope to resolve these in future updates:
  • Visual devices (Auto-filter, Compressor, Echo, EQ8, Operator, Simpler, Wavetable) can be customised but visualisations cannot be applied to the customised devices (Push).
  • Extended mapping cannot be used for Simpler (All)
  • There are issues with behaviour of certain parameters when providing custom options (see 9.2) (Push).
  • Having a parameter on multiple banks with options specified can cause incorrect display – it is advised to currently only have one instance of these (Push).