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Name/Version: yaMIP - Solo in Place - Molo in Place 3.2
Author: yarhammer  
Description: ya_MIP (Molo in Place) allows true solo in place, even with the most complex routing setups.
If you ever felt Live's solo was not working right for you… try Molo (for free).


Version 3.2 allows multiple special characters to exclude tracks from molo.
 

Device Details

Tags utility, other
Live Version Used: 11
Max Version Used: 8.1
Date Added: Jun 23 2021 13:15:56
Date Last Updated: Jul 23 2021 20:23:37
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link) https://yarhammer.gumroad.com/l/jocrnM
License (more info): AttributionNonCommercialShareAlike


Comments

2.2 update fixes a bug where the KEY/MIDI mapping was not possible until the about screen was once shown and closed.

Hey @yarhammer -

I tried this out and it works in some case, but I can't get it to work in this particluar case.

MIDI TRACK to XO | MIDI TRACK with XO VST | AUDIO FROM XO

Three tracks above - if I solo the AUDIO FROM XO track, it does not correctly solo both the MIDI tracks to the left of it. I think think is (one) of the intended use cases for this device, correct?

hey @itsBREX,

if you need bussing tracks (midi or audio) to always play: you should exclude (solo safe) them via the set exclude character.

if you need help, please send email with more info and possibly sample project via mail.

cheers,
y.

Ahhh, got it. Works perfectly that way!

Would be great to have the device look for the special character anywhere in the name of the track (i.e. end) so that you can still use Live's naming indentation trick that makes it easier to find names in dropdown lists by adding __ before the name.

I use this to name my __KICK so that it's easy to find when I want to use it as a sidechain input, but I also use this for tons of other tracks / groups for creative multi-band sidechaining as well.

What do you think?

@itsBREX,

glad you got it working!

yes, there will be an update to allow -before or -after the track name for the special character.

cheers,
y.

the above mentioned update is out btw. cheers, y.

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