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Secret Feature in Ableton Live: Show Devices / Plugins on Tracks

Well, one of you thanks Martin pointed me out to a solution. Ableton have in fact created the feature to show device slots in Live but left it out for some reason. However with a little tweak we can make it happen. If you prefer a video you should go check the original video tutorial at Sonic Bloom blog.

Before we begin, please note that I have only been able to test this with Live 8 and Live 9. There are reports this does not work with earlier versions of Live. There is probably a reason why Ableton have decided not to include this feature. So be aware of possible bugs in the attic.

Now, once you set it up it looks like this: Tidy huh? Instructions All you need to do is create a file called Options. See instructions below on how to find the right directory to place it on your system. If you wish to do it yourself: Create a text file called Options. That is all! If you are seeing empty device slots, you probably have to make your tracks wider for the device names to show up. How to find the right directory Mac OS X: Macintosh HD: Launch Explorer.

Launch the Windows Explorer. Mac OS X Further options There are some further Ableton Live customizations that you can do with the Options. You can read about those on their website here. Liked it? Support Resoundsound on Patreon and get exclusive rewards! Reader Interactions.

Step #1 – Verify plugin software is correctly installed

Live Versions: All Operating System: All All Waves plug-ins are installed to a dedicated folder called “Plug-ins V10” inside. Hello I got a little problem – My wavesshell doesn’t work. I can’t get access to my waves plugins. The waveshell is showing up in ableton but i. Live Versions: All Operating System: All Waves Audio Unit (AU) plug-ins are not compatible with Live. Please use the VST versions of.

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Well, one of you thanks Martin pointed me out to a solution. Ableton have in fact created the feature to show device slots in Live but left it out for some reason. However with a little tweak we can make it happen. If you prefer a video you should go check the original video tutorial at Sonic Bloom blog.

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Does Waves still use that whole VST shell thing? If they do, that could very well be the problem, Ableton would have to add support for. One of the things I have been missing in Ableton Live is the ability to see all of the devices/plugins of all of the tracks at once. It’s a bit annoying having to hop. I am running bit Ableton Live I have also verified that the plugin installed correctly through Waves Central because I can see the “trebuj.me” filed in.

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