Max Magic Microtuner version 2.0 released
For those of you Mac-based microtonalists: Max Magic Microtuner version 2.0 is now available for download at the following URL:
Direct download URL (14.8 MB):
Version 2.0 – Release Notes
- new graphic design with user-selectable skins
- free Max/MSP objects to load MTX tuning files included in the package
- several bug fixes
Please post your bug reports directly to the 16tone mailing list.
Hey, sorry to be a fool, but what’s it do?
Oh, never mind, I just saw the second link :)
Just added support for Kontakt as well (through text script), plus SysEx support for the Yamaha DX 7II / TX802. New version 2.2 is available here (14.5 MB):
Yeah but all that seems to be available is the Demo Version and no
pricing on purchase.
Perhaps this is included with the demo download, but it’s a
frustrating when there’s no clear up-front mention of what it costs.
On Jan 18, 2009, at 4:07 AM, DerangerTwo wrote:
> Just added support for Kontakt as well (through text script), plus
> SysEx support for the Yamaha DX 7II / TX802. New version 2.2 is
> available here (14.5 MB):
Yep, sorry you have to DL the demo and click on the Purchase button, that’ll point you to the Kagi shop page. Think it’s not fair to post any pricing info here.
The demo also includes some free goodies for Max/MSP users (like the microtuner object to load mtx tuning files in a Max/MSP patch). Additional info on how to use mtx files with Max/MSP is available here:
Pricing info is also available through other websites (VersionTracker, MacUpdate, etc.).
What attachment? I started downloading it from my email client, it got to 98.63% then stopped – now I look on the forum, it’s not even there!
Someone pull the plug…?
Thanks for your input Stefan!
I can’t find your attachment though. BTW I may review the file path locator code in the future; at the moment it only looks for files in the Max search path (or at least it should). Actually that free Microtuner object is more or less an open source project and you can download the source C++ files at the URL earlier mentioned (for both Mac and PC). Feel free to tweak and distribute whatever you feel relevant for other users.
Last week I also released an update of the Max Magic Microtuner app: it is now possible to edit the intonation table cells directly in cents and ratios by double-clicking on them (instead of having to use the tool windows to determine a frequency, that was just crazy cumbersome).
Version 2.3 is available at this URL:
hi Deranger Two
none of the links to these downloads seem to work??