LiveProfessor has a set of Midi Modifiers and filters that can be applied to each plugin. This can be accessed in the Midi Panel with a plugin selected. Modifiers Must be turned on by clicking the enable button. Transpose is the well-known feature of shifting the incoming notes up or down by the specified amount of semitones. Channel Change Changes … Read More
Midi input and output routing is done in the Midi Panel. You can select multiple inputs and outputs by holding down the ctrl/cmd key while selecting. Each plugin /chain has a midi input meter that to let you verify the incoming signal. There is also a midi thru option to let you pass the input to the output.
There are three places where you can route audio in LiveProfessor. The Audio Panel, this panel shows the routing of the selected plugin. Audio Patch View. This view shows the entire routing of the project as a matrix Wire View. This view shows the entire routing as nodes with wires between them, representing connections When making connections you can sum … Read More
Plugin snapshots are great if you just want to store and recall the settings of a single plugin. More often, you want to store multiple, complete setups within the same project. This is what Global Snapshots do. When recalling a global snapshot you usually want to filter out specific elements that you do not want to recall. This filter is … Read More
Each plugin in LiveProfessor can have its own set of snapshots. Using plugin snapshots, you can save the settings of a plugin and later recall them. Plugin snapshots can be used together with the cue list to recall settings during a performance. They can also be saved to a file (Right click on the snapshot) and used as simple presets … Read More
This article explains the buttons and knobs on each pf the plugin windows
In LiveProfessor, there are two ways to add plugins. If you simply add a new plugin from the Plugin Menu, it is just a simple independent unit that can be routed any way you like. You can connect it to the physical I/O or to other plugins. The other way is by defining Signal Chains (Or Chains as we call … Read More