I purchased Camelot for iOS to control different sw synths on the iPad simultaneously with one controller. It works very good, thank you for your hard work!
I also want to control some parameters of my virtual instr with cc controllers. I couldn‘t find a way to „learn“ parameters in Camelot, so I mapped ccs in the instrument app itself- this works ok for the Moogmodel D ie b
If I selecting a next song from list, Camelot (desktop version) load all instruments from scratch and it takes a long time with a large sample libraries. I haven't such time between songs.. Is it possible that Camelot loads all samples before a concert and only switch bypass on/off during song selection?
Hallo! Thanks for your amazing apps! I have a one question. Can the Camelot Pro receive a midi clock from an external equipment (midi sequencer, Ableton Live e.c.)? I would like to sync up my synth staff and playback/click-in-ear player that the drummer uses on the stage during a live performance. Thank you!
Hi Team! As far as I see the local on/off switch is global. Why don't assign it to scenes? I have some songs where I use Camelot only for sound- switching, others where I redirect the keybord to a sound source.
I have the full version of Camelot 1.0.7 3628 running on a windows 10 laptop
The software has automatically picked up that I have a MODX (which is not currently plugged in) however even though I have provided the path for my install of Native Instruments, the VST's are not showing in the Plugin Manager.
For reference, these are not on the C partition but on the D PArtition of
Hi, is it possible to add to Camelot Pro similar functionality to flags in Ableton Live. I would like to be able to assign, for example, the number keys to each scene. This will allow you to use the numeric keypad or, for example, Elgato Stream Deck as an remote interface to CamelotPro.
it would be nice, if one could assign fix program numbers to songs. I use Bandhelper as Remote for camelot, cause it adds many helpful features for band purposes. Via Midi I select a song in the Camelot setlist. The song calls my layers of Keyboards I need. Only problem occurs If I remove a song or change the order of the Camelot Setlist. It would be much more comfort
Camelot looks to become a very powerful and musician-minded performance environment, and I'm really excited to see it grow. But as AM likes to point out, it's still in its infancy as new features are being added. One of the big caveats is the lack support for AU/VST effects.
However, there is a pretty good solution that will run you between $50-$100 depending on your needs. There are a number
I use to use pro tools, but found it was heavier than I needed. I've been using Reaper, and am mostly happy with it. I like how easy it is to use, yet still has almost all the functionality I would want in a daw.
And I like how it is relatively light when it comes to CPU usage.
How does Camelot compare to Reaper?
I must admit the ability to create set lists in my daw is appealing.