as far as I know, it should be working...
I used to put this in a controller object (subpatch), but for testing purposes you can just place it on the patch.
in the console when you connect the push, you should see it also recognised as a midi device;
you then need to set the device input and output, from memory this is 'usb host port 2' (but try 1)
... as you will know, this is due to the Push having 2 midi ports, 'user' and 'live', and axoloti has to talk to the right one.
(you'll know immediately, as the pad and display will do things)
Note: these are attributes, so you have to 'restart' the patch, to take effect.
sorry, I know, Im using works like 'should' and 'from memory', but unfortunately, I traded in my Push 1 for a Push 2, so I can't test it here.
Im pretty sure it was working fine last time I used it, but stupidly before I packed up he Push1 to go to ableton, I didn't do a final test.
what I might be able to do, is to do a test with an Push 1 emulator on the Push 2... though this can only be via a PC.
well it works, and it was further on than shown in the video -but yes, its not as far as I was going to take it... and I wont be taking it further (unless I convince myself to get another P1 )
it would be reasonably easier for someone to take it over.