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Name/Version: ClyphX Pro Action List Toggle 1.0
Author: joshcrosby  
Description: A simple device that uses ClyphX Pro's .js script to toggle between two actions. Each of the two text boxes is parameter enabled so the values with save along with your Ableton set. Really powerful when combined with ClyphX Pro's Macros!  

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Downloads: 310
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Live Version Used: 10.0.2
Max Version Used: 8.0.0
Date Added: Jul 31 2018 18:29:56
Date Last Updated: Not updated yet
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Device Type: audio_device
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Device Files

Device File: ClyphX Pro Toggle.amxd


Could you provide a user case? We talking updated variables of the same action list? Is this effectively a pseq with 2 action lists in {} brackets?
Is the idea to do a bigger change of state to a session (changing routing, etc) and then change it back?

I love how people who use clyphx all seem to think differently and come up with different directions to go with it!

What have been your goto macros? I'm waiting for some smack my forehead moments...
(I use a lot of RND macrobats for example. So I'll probably make a macro that deletes these racks all at once from a session such that when I save the session for the first time and open it on a later date, I won't send all my effected devices into different directions.)

Sure! I personally developed it to be able to map a key on my keyboard to the toggle button. Then I used Track commands to change routing so I can easily toggle back and forth between the routings I use when connected to two different interfaces.

Nothing crazy, but a huge timesaver from having to click and select the proper outputs for a bunch of tracks at once.

I could see a simple toggle between two actions being used in a lot of creative ways!

Definitely. Routing certainly came to mind. One of the 1st genuine tricks in Live was a track routing technique that I transferred clyphx actions. Effectively the trick allows you to use the x-fader deck assignments to transfer a clip into an effected signal and to use separate processing to return it to the original deck side. So you could smooth over the seams of an effect with delays as it came back to the dry signal, for example.
Another involves rerouting a second copy of the same playing clip to a modular synth that takes EXT as an oscillator. All kinds of routing that would otherwise require reaching for the mouse...


Very usefull device to do anything without X clips.
I try to do the same but with a short press wich active the first action and a long press wich active the second.
Do you have an advice ?

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