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Device Overview

Name/Version: MIDI Gate Receiver 1.0
Author: nomasmooo  
Description: This MIDI Gate Device consists of two devices. A sender and a receiver.
It basically allows to send MIDI notes from a sender track to a receiver track. In the receiver track the MIDI its notes are played with the velocity and timing of the sender track.

I use the Gate Device to change the rhythmic pattern for playing chords. I found using the arpegiator too limited and predictable. And launching a clip that controls the rhythmic pattern of the chords i quite handy (and lazy).

Device Details

Downloads: 1023
Tags drum, sequencer, effect, utility
Live Version Used: 9.1.5
Max Version Used: 6.1.8
Date Added: Sep 21 2014 13:18:52
Date Last Updated: Not updated yet
Average Rating (1) 5
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Device Type: midi_device
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License (more info): None

Device Files

Device File: MIDI Gate.amxd


Thanks - this is great!

Exactly what I've been looking for. Haven't had time to try it yet, but I want to use this to set the timing of a Push melody track with a drum track.

I was going to do something like this myself, thanks! Nicely executed, works great.

Thanks for a great and useful device! However, sometimes when I've used it in my production and kept the loops running for a longer while, the note that sends the gate also gets sent with it, thus making the reciever play not only the gate and the input notes but the gate-note aswell. When this happens i solve it by restarting ableton or reloading the plugin, but this to me seems a bit silly.
Is there some way to solve this so it will be more stable and useful even when playing live?

I'm also having the same trouble when setting up separate midi channels when I'm using more than one set or pair of the device...

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