How to send MIDI CC data from a MIDI Clip in Ableton Live

If you’re running tracks in Ableton Live’s Arrangement View, you should be using a Stop Track to program Ableton Live to automatically stop. Previously, I’ve shown how to use both your MIDI controller and Stop Track, but how do you do this when your MIDI Controller sends MIDI CC data?

Recently, Andrew reached out to me and asked how to program MIDI clips in Live to send MIDI CC, so that you can use a Stop Track with a MIDI Controller that sends CC data.

In this tutorial, I walk you through how to create a MIDI clip and program the MIDI clip to send MIDI CC data

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Creating a stop track in Ableton Live

One of the biggest benefits of running tracks in Arrangement View is the ability to create seamless transitions between songs. But what do you do if you want to stop between songs? Stop pressing spacebar, and use a “stop track” instead! In this tutorial, Ableton Live Certified Trainer Will Doggett shows you how to use the IAC Driver to create a stop track so that Live automatically stops wherever your clip is placed. Plus-you’ll learn how to stop your song with your MIDI controller-while using a stop clip!


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