VST preset packs designed for the ableton Push controller to allow browsing, loading, tweaking and playing VST instruments directly from the Push controller.
If you have a VST you would love to browse from Push please contact me and see if I can assist. I can only offer assistance for VSTs and expansions I own so the more donations I receive the more I can put towards new instruments.
Welcome to the Sylenth1 Patch
This preset pack allows you to browse the presets within Sylenth1 directly from your Push 1/2 controller or the Live library. Each preset is mapped with most of the common controls you will need as logically as possible. Additionally, each preset rack contains a pre-loaded EQ8 with macro controls and Glue compressor (in an off state) ready for tuning your sound.
The Omnisphere 2 Patch Browser is an expansion preset pack for browsing Omnisphere 2 presets from Push. This package contains close to 4000 presets that can be used either standalone to browse the updated Omnisphere 2 presets or in addition to the original Omnisphere 1 preset pack. Over 100 Omnisphere controls have been mapped and grouped for programming your sounds.
Finally it is here.
The Trilian Patch Browser for Push project was created to allow the Ableton Push controller the ability to browse and control the Trilian VST Synth. This project started after I purchased a Push controller and soon discovered the limitation that it would not allow me to browse the presets of VST instruments. I first created the Omnisphere Preset Pack then set about crating the presets for Trilian. I am now happy to offer this preset pack to the Ableton community and only ask a donation if you can.
Welcome to the Novation Bass Station Patch Browser Bridge for the Ableton Push and Ableton Live 9.
Push is fantastic at getting you straight into making music with little fuss. The browser support on the Push is great if you are browsing Ableton native devices but there is little to no support for loading 3rd party devices like VST/AU plugins. There is certainly no way of browsing the presets within external devices.
There are solutions though and the Ableton community has been busy creating these. By loading a VST/AU into Ableton and creating an Instrument Rack you can pre-map parameters and Save this into the User Library folder and load this from Push. This allows you to create a default instance of the device with control mappings and load it any time.
The Omnisphere Patch Browser for Push project was created to allow the Ableton Push controller the ability to browse and control the Omnisphere VST Synth. This project started after I purchased a Push controller and soon discovered the limitation that it would not allow me to browse the massive library of Omnisphere fromt he controller. As so many Ableton users have discovered this limitation can upset the intention that Push was designed for which was to take you away fromm the computer when composing.