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Looking for a mappable command on a midi controller that mute a track CPU FREEINGLY

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asked Nov 13, 2017 in Hardware Integration / Remote Control by juliensimoni (480 points)
Hi, I use a really heavy software for keyboard called spectrasonnics keyscape which works fine when I use one instrument at a time, but the cpu of my poor quad core I7 macbook pro crashes when multiple instances of keyscape are open in the multiinstruments. It works just fine when I desactivate the activation button on the other keyscape instances as I don't need to use more than one at a time. What I'd like to do is to map the activation button to be able to mute those instruments on stage but unfortunately it's not possible... I can map the bypass button or map the mute button of the inner track but none of these options fit my need cause the whole point of mapping the activation button is that it is the ONLY button that FREES UP CPU once activated. I just found incredibly stupid that I have to have every heavy keyscape instrument running even when not in use (CPU TALKING) if I use an external controller to not be on my computer on stage, is there some turn around so I can map something that can mute (CPU Freeing talking) one track ?? If not PLEASE develop the maping of the activation button (the one on the left corner of any instance of a multiinstrument) that would change the life of many people planning to use it live!!!
Looking forward to earing from you ! by the way I'm pretty sure the configuration of keyscape is perfect (thinning mode only 12 sample at a time per instrument it is as cpu freeing as it can get) the problem just come from the fact I don't find a way to map something that would be CPU freeing

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answered Nov 28, 2017 by AlexTinsley (917,810 points)
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