Method One: really clever and not confusing at all!! It will make more comfortable my next show I'll only care about playing notes. Not more moving faders or tweaking knobs in complicated parts... very usefull for me!!!

    Method Two: Perfect with the loopback MIDI device creation. I don't understand how to set the parameter from the output of the loopback MIDI to the parameter I want to control in the return track.
    leotone 4 years ago
    Method One: This works, but there's weird phasiness that doesn't happen with normal return tracks. I can't seem to make it go away, either with Delay Compensation or time adjustments.

    Method Two: I can't figure this out...:(
    aviavi 2 years ago
    2 problems with the "return to track" method:

    1) the signal needs to be 100% wet, or you'll get the "phasiness" that aviavi mentioned.

    2) for some reason if you use a looper using this method, there's no way to get the looper to NOT feedback. Which is weird, since I do this all the time with a normal analog mixer... which means something about the send / return in ableton works differently than it does in "real life"
    vernonjd 29 days ago