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Discussion in 'Feature Suggestions' started by puzzlefactory, Dec 16, 2012.
This is an important feature, especially if you use your Maschine for live performances.
It's not only important for stage performance but also to be able to correctly assign synths with multiple modules pages. Take Diva from UHE for exemple: on my cme bitstream 3x midi controller, i'm able to assign the Osc type of each Osc Model to one knob, so i can have just one section for my OSC on the midi controller. On Maschine, i'm obligated to have 1 or 2 macros pages just for one OSC model. Diva have now 5 OSC models, so it give me about 10 macros pages, it's insane . For the same result with my midi controller, i have about 16 knobs assignated: that make a big difference.
I've found this thread while looking for a way to do this in FM8 on Cubase. This is a feature that people need.
+1, I started making beats in ableton live, although long abandoned, I miss their macro functions in their racks.
Is it possible to assign multiple parameters to a macro in Ableton, and control that ableton macro with a macro in Maschine? If that makes sense. So I basically want to set up multiple parameters in Maschine through Ableton and still control it inside Maschine mode. Seems complicated to explain.
+1, this feature really needs to be implemented !
Not just for macros though, please. For all mappings: MIDI learn and plugins.
+1 behavior like guitar rig or nordmodular
Yeah +1 NI does it in other software why not Maschine?? Massive for example
I already posted this similar request few mounts ago, happy to see more people requesting this. I sincerely hope that the NI dev team is not overbooked filling missing features with new hardware and take some time and manpower to implement the most requested ideas.
Good bump! , this should really have come in the last update. Essential.
This function should be a real improvement .+1
Mainly for the groups. It is a lack for live performances.
I would love this. A similar functionality to Traktor's FX Combo.
Bump that again