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Submitted by jonathanbaldwin on Mon, 10/28/2019 - 15:12
jonathanbaldwin
Control Surface Studio User

I am coming from ClyphX free but I guess Ableton 10 broke it :-( Considering getting his free version but ran across Remotify and thinking it might be able to generate scripts that can do the same functionality. Can I do these things mapped to a note and channel:
-Delete Clip
-Change Time Signatures
-Unfold/Fold Groups
-Unarm all tracks
-Toggle Overdub

Thanks! This program is such a cool concept!

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John Carney
Forum Admin
#1

Hi there,

In response to your questions, most (if not all) should be possible using the 'Reactions' mapping type.
They have only just become possible in the latest version which was released last week so we haven't had a chance to document how to do them yet.

But for everyone reading, here's some rough notes on how you can fire each type (note these are untested as yet):

Delete (selected) Clip
From the first menu, choose 'self'
Then input: .song().view.highlighted_clip_slot.delete_clip()
Then select: ( )

Fold/unfold (selected) track
From the first menu, choose 'self'
Then input: .song().view.selected_track.fold_state
Then select: =
To fold a track input: 1
Or to unfold a track input: 0

Unarm all tracks
For each track you want to unarm add a reaction (change 1 to the track number): self.song().tracks[1].arm
Then select: =
And input: false

Toggle Overdub
This can be done using the overdub mapping.

Change Time Signatures
I can find a couple of possibilities for this but not entirely sure which it will be (if any)
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ub3rmario
Free User
#2

John,

Does this new feature allow users to input any remote script api call they want or is it limited to a pool you've defined for us to choose from? I'm considering buying the product and this would make it very worth the money.

John Carney
Forum Admin
#3

Hey ub3rmario,

No its not a predefined set of calls, if it exists in their api then you should now be able access it.

ub3rmario
Free User
#4

John,

Awesome! Thank you for the response. One more question - what version of remotify gives you access to this reaction feature?

John Carney
Forum Admin
#5

The latest (2.5.2) version is the one you want for this.

Thanks

John

jonathanbaldwin
Control Surface Studio User
#6

Awesome! Can't wait to try those out! I'll reach back here if I can't figure this out.
This is a pretty beffy program! So do we get the Pro or the Control Surface studio to unlock those features?

jonathanbaldwin
Control Surface Studio User
#7

Oooo one other question is there anyway to enable the metronome upon startup? Or any other API's upon launch?

John Carney
Forum Admin
#8

You will need Control Surface Studio for Reactions functionality.

Hmm we don't currently have a way of firing reactions on startup. Its definitely something we can put into the development list though! In the meantime (and if you're happy to tweak the script directly), you can still achieve this by creating a reaction to turn the on the metronome and then move it in the code. Its really simple to do and I can help you with this.

jonathanbaldwin
Control Surface Studio User
#9

Awesome!! Which version?

John Carney
Forum Admin
#10

Sorry, 'which version' for what?

jonathanbaldwin
Control Surface Studio User
#11

Hey John! Got the Pro version now and loving implementing some of these things now with my controller. I am amazed how intuitive the interface is. It took me a second to realize you intend for us to map out our controller. Such a good way to do it.

Anyway, I would like to add the turn on metronome directly into the code. How would I go about doing that. Where would I put it in and how to I tell the code to do it at startup. Ooo and one other question can I add this to a script that is still in development or will the software overwrite it if I do that? Thanks again. This is fun!

jonathanbaldwin
Control Surface Studio User
#12

One other question. On the time signature if I want to do a switch between 4/4 and 6/8 what would I do? I was going to paste some code but I don't really even know where to start.