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Name/Version: Green Kick 1.0
Author: opticon93  
Description: Hi,

This is a modification of Live10's built-in "DS Kick". In particular, the Pitch (B-1, C0, C#0, ... G2) is controlled by incoming MIDI, instead of an on-screen dial.

Hitting the "Kick" button plays a C0 note.

It seemed strange to have Attack as a numbox and the Decay as a dial. Given the choice, I prefer dials.

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Device Details

Downloads: 338
Tags synth, drum
Live Version Used: 10.0.1
Max Version Used: 8
Date Added: Mar 31 2018 02:33:24
Date Last Updated: Apr 01 2018 23:59:34
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Device Type: instrument_device
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Device Files

Device File: Green Kick.amxd
 


Comments

Hey! Thanks for making this, I made a similar modification recently and it was great to compare it to how you did it!

Thanks, I'm glad you like it. The new, built in devices are great, but sometimes they do things that don't quite make sense.

Hi, I am sending MIDI to the instrument, but not getting any audio? Do you know why this would be happening?

For some reason, those attack & decay dials are kind of "hard". It takes a ton of time to reach, say, 30% from 20%. Maybe there is something with the sensitivity of it?
Is someone else having this same behavior?

hold down command when moving dials

I haven't had any problems on 3 different machines, using live10.

But you do need to make sure that you are sending midi from notes B-1 through G2. I don't think it responds to midi outside of that range.

Also, yes you might need to hold the CTRL-key down while turning the knobs. I like having 2 decimal places of accuracy on the dials.

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