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Name/Version: SnapShooter for Live 11 1.0
Author: Crampe  
Description: Live 11 is here with Variations (rack snapshots)!!

But Variations have a very limited control/access - you'd need to map every rack you want to control!

So here's Snapshooter.

Open its floating window; midi/key map its buttons, done! Now you'll gain Variations control (add/delete variations, navigate them, randomise macros...) over the selected rack.

Please write your feedbacks, as the device is going to evolve quite quickly and I'm sure your suggestions and ideas will help a lot.

It's free, you can pay what you want too.

Device Details

Tags utility, beta
Live Version Used: 10.0
Max Version Used: 8.1.8
Date Added: Nov 10 2020 19:08:54
Date Last Updated: Nov 10 2020 19:09:16
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link)
License (more info): AttributionNonCommercial


hi! on M1 + Live Beta v0.30 Every time I open a project which inc Snapshooter, a huge device screen appears which I can not close. it only happens in full screen mode. not sure if its a bug but just wanted to let you know. cheers!

This bug appeared years ago with M4L floating windows on mac when using Live fullscreen.
But, it's quickly fixed by a window flag in Max and Snapshooter shouldn't exhibit this bug!
Might be due to something with Apple Silicon.
I don't have access to this type of machine to test atm... I have an update in the work anyway to make the device more straightforward and to recall Variations from Push, so I'll try to check on M1 before pushing the update.
Sorry for the hassle!
Try this workaround that used to work with devices that usually have this issue since L10: go out of fullscreen, open the device's floating window, go back to fullscreen.

Hello Crampe! This very cool device that you created.

I wanted to tell you that when trying to automate the "select variation" parameter in arrangement or session view, it only allows you to select 3 snapshots. I don't know if it's a mistake, but I wanted you to know. Thank you!

Hey Osantacruz, thanks for the heads up!
The device is mainly a proof of concept and a basis that's meant to evolve to something way more powerful.
When I published it I thought I'd keep on working on it soon after but it's not the case, so things are still on hold regarding SnapShooter, sorry.

Hi! there is no problem . good job creating this device. Thank you!

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