Sorry, the output midi implementation is fixed. Depending on your host you could probably set up some elaborate midi transforming that transposed and re-channelized Guru's output. Or you could just load your samples into Guru
It was just a long shot! Having read the huge GURU MIDI implementation chart, I thought this might be one feature too far!
Ableton doesn't have much in the way of midi processing to create what would be required here - and my days of configuring the environment in Logic are over - I don't have enough hours in a day for that!
I use GURU in every track. However, sometimes I like to use the sound processing in battery -especially the new SP1200 aliasing filter. In fact, put that on the wish list for GURU 2 - a filter which models the crunch of the MPC60 and SP1200.
gbrennan - No probs. I haven't tried Battery's new filters, but if you are looking for MPC/SP crunch, you can get close in Guru by using the Bit Crusher effect. That will get you the 12bit crunch. Then to simulate the characterful D>A convertors you want to overdrive the signal after the bitcrushing. Try Applying bitcrusher as a pad effect, and then using the Aux Sends to apply some overdrive (Tubedrive or OD are probably best). I'm sure it won't be exactly the same, but it'll get you close.