This project turns your NeoTrellis M4 into a control surface for Ableton Live similar to functionality found on a Novation Launchpad or Ableton Push device. It allows you to start and stop 32 individual audio or MIDI clips with the touch of a button and each clip is colored according to values sent from Live's UI.

What you'll need

Adafruit NeoTrellis M4 with Enclosure and Buttons Kit Pack

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USB cable - USB A to Micro-B

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Ableton Live & Max for Live

This project has only been tested with Ableton Live 10 for MacOS.

Of course, you'll also need an installation of Ableton Live.  The Live Launcher plugin device is written in MaxMSP, so you'll need either Live 10 Suite (which includes Max for Live) or Ableton Live 10 + the Max for Live add-on. The Live Launcher is likely compatible with Live 9, but has not been tested at the time of this writing.

This guide was first published on Dec 27, 2018. It was last updated on Dec 27, 2018. This page (Overview) was last updated on Nov 06, 2019.