I have an OhmRGB and I'm getting into Ableton Live to put together a live show. I have the OhmModes script up and running and it's very cool, but I'm hoping to get in and edit a few button assignments / colours etc to fit my needs.
This is where I'm hitting a stumbling block. So far I have worked out how to override some of the OhmMode mappings in Ableton to re-assign certain buttons, but how do I change the LED colours? Do I need to get into Python? That's a bit daunting.
An example - on the 2nd page of Ohm Modes, I have the top left grid of (green) buttons playing a drum rack, but I was hoping to re-assign some of the other buttons for recording / looping.
I have mapped some of the red buttons to a Live Looper's main Record / Play / Overdub, Undo and Clear controls. Ideally I would like the RGBOhm to reflect this visually - perhaps with the first button changing colour to reflect whether the Looper is recording / overdubbing / playing. But I can't see any obvious way to assign colours (via velocity) using Live's MIDI editor.
As a comparison - I've been playing with Traktor too, and whilst the mapping prefs there are by no means user friendly, I can at least work them out and set colours up on the RGBOhm whilst also assigning controls. Does something similar exist in Ableton? I expected to be able to open up a page in Ableton listing all of OhmMode's mapped controls and colours somewhere, which I could then edit myself - was this a bit naÃ¯ve?
Thanks for any help!