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Name/Version: Touch Me - FREE 1.0
Author: ElisabethHomeland  
Description: Touch me is a Free MaxForLive device that lets you map your midi controller to the last touched parameter in Ableton Live.


You can assign a MIDI fader/knob to always follow and control the last touched/selected parameter in your project.
Just press the „Learn” button, and move a fader/knob of your controller.

This is a good solution if you like writing automation with a controller but you don’t want to MIDI map the parameters every single time.

The download contains two devices:
one that good for „Absolute” CC-s (if your controller sends out values between 0-127)
and an „Endless” version. (if your controller only sends out two values)


- These are MaxForLive devices so you’re gonna need either Live suite, or Live standard with MaxForLive.


you can put these devices into your user library, basically anywhere.
Default location of the User Library:
When you install Live for the first time, the User Library is created at this location: Windows: \Users\[username]\Documents\Ableton\User Library
Mac: Macintosh HD/Users/[username]/Music/Ableton/User Library

Please note that Live has to analyse your user library after you put your devices in there... It could take a while. For the time being, you can just drag and drop these devices on your track from your user library. until Live analyses your folders.


If you have any questions or difficulties with the device feel free to write me at

Or you can find me in Twitter:

Have Fun!☺

Device Details

Tags utility, hardware, push
Live Version Used: 10.1.18
Max Version Used: 8.1.5
Date Added: Dec 26 2022 11:11:56
Date Last Updated: Dec 26 2022 11:12:13
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link)
License (more info): Commercial


Thank you. How is the device with Undo? Does it fill the Undo with info?

nice gift! happy holidays N?ndor!

touch me endless! does that sound a bit dirty?... :;)
VariSpeed must be the revolutionary device of 2022!
thank you for this one too!

Not really the live.object adds the parameter selection to the undo history but that's about it. the actual parameter modulation makes only one undo step.

Happy holidays for you too :)

Yeah thats kind of intensional :D
Thank you, I'm happy that you like it :)

@ElisabethHomeland Thank you for Touch Me! I've been watching your impressive work with wrappers, and now this!

I suspect @audiojet asked that in part because there've been previous M4L "one knob" devices that did not have a clean Undo process (such as "ONE 2.0"), making them difficult to use in practice.

I'm giving yours a go now...

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