Sequence Scenes From PUSH (like Follow-Actions)

If I had it my way, I would not turn on my computer screen until I had pretty much completed composing and arranging using Push.

In order to do this, I would need one feature that I cannot seem to find.  So this is either a feature request or a request for someone to show me what I am missing...

Growing up with Tritons and similar sequencers I learned to build a sequence (arrangement) using one block at at time and never looking at a computer screen.  I both enjoyed the limitations of that type of sequencer and was completely frustrated with it.  

Push has every ingredient to maximize the benefits and remove the frustration if only I had a way to sequence my scenes together so that they could play back to back, and be set up from the interface.  I know I can manually launch scenes, but I would find it much more useful to launch a scene and sit back to see what it sounds like when the following scenes play back to back in sequence.    

Any tips?  Any suggestions?  Any revealing of future updates for people like me?


Thank you!

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oddeo 11 months ago | 0 comments

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  • djredwood
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    Anyone??? I'm also looking for that function.

    7 months ago | 0 comments
  • iNDKTR
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    Try using a Midi track with IAC driver in "Midi to" (if you are on Mac, else use similar), and draw clips with the midi note and the timings you want for each scene, then play the clip, hit the MIDI mapping button, select the scene, and you will get your scene mapped to the note in the Midi Clip. After that it´s just a question of adapting to your needs.

    PS (make sure IAC driver is activated in "remote", under live Midi preferences)

    Hope this helps

    7 months ago | 0 comments

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