So in Ableton there are two options for midi in any track.
First you need to know that Ableton is able to use the Pyramid as a midi controller. In your midi preferences it needs to look something like:
Input Track most definitely needs to be on… This is the option that tells ableton that this midi device can control synths.
In a track it needs to look something like:
“MIDI From” needs to be the Pyramid and then input channel is the usb midi channel you want to use on the Pyramid… Monitor needs to be in so it is actively monitoring that device for midi… and then you need to make sure that usb 01-16 is selected on your Pyramid… it can also be one of the ones where it sends out both physical midi and USB midi… but just make sure it is on USB else it won’t be sending to ableton… Let us know if that doesn’t sort it…
Also, you can have one usb midi controlling more than one synth in ableton, or more than one track… either through racks… or just specifying that you want the pyramid controlling more than one track in the “Midi from”. Like say two tracks side by side that each have Midi From Pyramid and are both controlling the same midi channel.
Hope this helps.
“And i cant create more than one empty track on my pyramid.” Can you clarify this? Press Track + a numbered pad to create a track. press Track + channel + rotate the 4th encoder to instantly pop it over to one of the USB tracks… You can also use the main encoder, it just takes longer. After you have created a Track on the Pyramid… Either record in to it from a keyboard, or the pads, or press Step to enter Step mode and begin editing your clip that way. Track + Length + > or < will set the length of the clip… It will appear empty unless you add something to it… Say you create three tracks in a row… It doesn’t look like those tracks even exist unless there is something in them…
[after rereading and reading and parsing the context in different ways… I think I understand what you are saying… not absolutely sure… You want Ableton to be the sequencer and Pyramid to route that to the other synths… I am not expert enough for a complex setup to do this… I believe it’s probably possible… but I also believe that mostly defeats the purpose of having a Pyramid. I have one of those cheap old midi cable interfaces that send midi out to a midi plug… This is probably what I would use in that case scenario rather than the pyramid… The Pyramid is a far better and more capable sequencer than Ableton.]