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SSquared
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October 4, 2020 10:08 pm  

When I'm working on sounds or sifting through patches, I can get inspired and start playing.  I'd like a way to capture what I've done.  Ableton Live has a feature named "Capture" which is constantly listening to what I'm playing and when I like something, I go to the menu and have it create a MIDI track with my last few minutes (I don't actually know how far back it goes, but it captures quite a bit).

I'd like to ask for a similar feature in Unify that can convert what I've been playing to a MIDI file.  Maybe even automatically add MIDIBox so I can play and then start layering on top.

Ableton Live 10, Omnisphere, Native Instruments, Diva, SynthMaster, Alchemy 1.55, Addictive Keys, Unify


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getdunne
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October 4, 2020 11:48 pm  

@ssquared

I've put this on the to-do list. In general I want to steer away from adding too many "DAW" features to Unify (and as you say, this is a feature which is already available in several DAWs including Ableton Live and Logic Pro X), but this one is a grey area, because it could be super-useful when working in the Unify stand-alone app.


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SSquared
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October 5, 2020 1:23 am  
Posted by: @getdunne

but this one is a grey area, because it could be super-useful when working in the Unify stand-alone app.

Yeah, I thought it might be kind of DAW-related, but based on our other discussion on what is preventing me from using Standalone, this is definitely a feature that would allow me to leave Ableton Live.  I do use Unify standalone for putting my sounds all together, but when I get inspired, I have to load up Live.

Ableton Live 10, Omnisphere, Native Instruments, Diva, SynthMaster, Alchemy 1.55, Addictive Keys, Unify


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