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This plugin is all about triggering things. As of this release, it
will work with LED Strip strips, Push Buttons, Servo, Stepper and
Servo controllers. It allows you to use the controller you use on
your synth or controller to trigger something on a different plugin
that can handle the various hardware configurations that make it
possible.

Plugin Packaging:
The mgTriggerGate VSt plugin is packaged as a plugin from a Ableton
Live Pack. The result is an.ALP file and a.mbplugin file. The
.ALP file contains the control information while the.mbplugin file
contains the sound code.

The plugin will not work in versions of Ableton Live prior to version
9.1. If you are using a version of Ableton that is earlier than 9.1
then please upgrade to the latest version.

Connections:
This plugin supports the following connection types:
Out – To trigger another VST
In – To connect to another VST
Out + In – To trigger and trigger another VST
Out In – To trigger and trigger another VST

You can send multiple MIDI messages to the plugin. These
incoming messages will be delayed by the trigger time (unless you are
using a continuous trigger).

There is no standard way of accepting MIDI messages. This is an issue
that is common to all plugins and in fact with the Live VSt plugin it
seems to be a problem that Ableton has not been able to fix. We have
built this plugin to work around the issue with the help of a MIDI
POPBOUT OUT event. The MIDI message is dropped on the MIDI OUT port
with the output note. Then an internal midi function is called to
cause the MIDI messages to be processed.

Example: If you were to drop the MIDI message “C3” (on a C3 note)
then the MIDI function will call the function D_MIDI_POPBOUT_IN. This
will cause the MIDI message to be processed and then the MIDI OUT
port will be patched to the input port of the plugin.

Note: The MIDI Message will not be processed if the Port to which it
is connected is not set to the Input Port of the plugin.

Configurations

By default, the plugin works on the following settings:

Envelope
Triggered

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MgTriggerGate

In many cases an external stimulus can be enough to change a cell’s behavior. The mgTriggerGate plugin lets you trigger a gate (sequence of steps) when a custom event is activated, based on time (date or time) or on the status of another plugin.

The module is built on a dedicated thread and does not interfere with any other running plugin in the same View.

If you activate the plugin it will display a small window with a few prompts. The front end will tell you which plugin it has been attached to and which of the custom events have been registered. If you press OK you will be taken directly into the VSt. The module does not run itself. It’s just there in case you need it.

You can specify which plugin (with the id of the Event Handler) will trigger the sequence of steps and the name of the event (keywords).

It also works the other way around. You can trigger a gate (sequence of steps) using the Event Handler plugin from within the VSt. You can also check when a custom event has been activated.

When the event has been triggered, you can choose which step to take. If it’s the last step in the sequence, all the options will be available again.

The gate is defined as a sequence of steps. Each step can be set to require a time condition, or to include options like any or all.

Time conditions are applied to all steps in the sequence.

Both conditions can also be combined.

An example of a gate (sequence of steps) can be seen on the right.

Event handlers:
The events that can be registered as event handlers are listed on the right.

Date event:
These events trigger a gate (sequence of steps) on the selected date.

Date event:

If Date 1 is triggered, the first step will be executed at the selected date. If it is triggered again it’s the last step, and it will run the final steps again.

Time event:
These events trigger a gate (sequence of steps) when a specific time has been reached.

Time event:

If Time 1 has been triggered, the first step will be executed at the selected time. If it is triggered again it’s the last step, and it will run the final steps again.

Combining:
A time condition and a date condition can

What’s New in the MgTriggerGate?

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The mgTriggerGate VSt plugin is an active, or reactive, trigger. This means that it
will only fire if an incoming trigger condition meets a pre-defined logical
threshold.

The plugin is designed to be used as a trigger for audio input from one of the
following sources.

– Input from an external Source
– Input from the Microblaze
– Output from a VSTi

Trigger Conditions:
——————-
A trigger condition is a condition which, if met, will fire the input/output
plugin. The plugin has a small buffer in which input is stored for processing
before the actual triggering of the output plugin. This allows for a short
delay between the input having changed and the input being fed through to the
output plugin. This delay allows the Plugin to act as an actual gate.

The trigger conditions are:

– Pegged/Un-pegged

The Pegged state is when the input buffer is full and all of the incoming
input is passed through to the output. The un-pegged state is when the input
buffer is empty and no more incoming input is to be added to the buffer.

– Pegged And Un-pegged

The Pegged And Un-pegged state is when the input buffer is full and the input
is both pegged and un-pegged. This means the input is passed through to the
output while the input is still being added to the input buffer.

Checkbox Usage:
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A checkbox is used to choose if the pegged condition is true or false.

Trigger Types:
—————–
There are 3 types of trigger. The first is the ‘Pegged’ trigger. This is set
using the pegged checkbox. The second trigger is the ‘Un-pegged’ trigger. This
is set using the un-pegged checkbox. The third trigger is the ‘Pegged And
Un-pegged’ trigger. This is set using both the pegged and un-pegged checkbox.

– One Trigger
– One Output

The trigger has an input buffer and an output buffer. When it receives input it
adds the input to the input buffer. When the input buffer is full the trigger
replaces the input with the contents of the output buffer. The output buffer is
then filled with input and the input is replaced with the output buffer. The
input buffer is then filled with the incoming input and the incoming input is
replaced with the output buffer.

Checkbox Usage:
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Checkboxes are used to set the input and output buffers. The input buffer is
the amount of time in ms that the input is allowed to sit in the trigger
before it is sent to the output buffer. The output buffer is the amount of
time in ms that the output is

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