Midi clip in a drum rack

Hi, there's a way to import midi clips into the drum rack? 

I want to trigger chords using the push's drum rack layout.  

Thanks

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Vietts 3 years ago | 0 comments

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  • molite
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    Anyone figure this out?

    I want have different chords triggered that I program myself and be able to change the voice/instrument

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • stoika
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    yes me too!!

     

    3 years ago | 0 comments
  • ronh73
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    I guess you have to use the arpeggiator to get the result you want. But that's not as easy as a midi clip. Just like the patterns in Cubase Groove Agent it would be a nice feature for the drum rack of Ableton Live. And I don't mind if the midi clip only uses the sounds of the drum rack that are already there. And I don't mind if the midi clip only works on 1 midi channel, that is the midi channel where the drum rack is placed upon. That wouldn't be too hard to build in, I guess. If Steinberg can do it...

    3 years ago | 0 comments
  • tomheavybeats
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    I want this too

    5 months ago | 0 comments
  • tomheavybeats
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    Like I would with audio slices in a sampler, I want to chop up midi riffs and chords I have and play them with push. Any other way of doing this please?

    5 months ago | 0 comments
  • Rubbergums
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    Hi I don't use push but on an akai MPD I'd send the same midi to a sperate midi track or even a separate chain in the same track. You can use the scale device to change the received notes to whatever you want. Suppose you then create 3 or so sub chains in a stack with a pitch or scale effect changing the note of each, so that one received note triggers all 3 or so at the same time at different pitches or a chord?
    Or just bounce your chords down to audio which is easier

    1 month ago | 0 comments

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