Urgent : lib LXP15
I’m working on NoaNoa composed by Kaija Saariaho in 1998 at Ircam…
This is a piece for flute, samples and transformations (Lexicon LXP15, PCM80 and Yamaha SPX1000).
It uses an unknowed (for me…) objet wich is called [lib LXP15].
And the patch wasn’t revised since March 1998…
So does anybody know this object and what it does ?
I performed this piece next thuesday, so it is very urgent…
thanks for your help !
A control patch for the Lexicon LXP-15. Whereabouts unknown (both hardware
But I am quite disappointed because if it is just a patcher, it seems to have been forgetten in the package…
So I am going on my investigations…
On 16 Jun 2006, at 23:57, Antoine Villeret wrote:
> It uses an unknowed (for me…) objet wich is called [lib LXP15].
It’s probably a combination of two things: the long-dead "lib" object
for Max 2/3 (a generic script-based MIDI librarian) and a lib script
file for the LXP-15.
"lib" is something which could be rather nicely replaced by an MXJ
package. (It’s on my to-do list, having been in the charts for 40
weeks at number 68.)
nick rothwell — composition, systems, performance — http://
I know that an 100% MaxMSP version of this piece exists now; it was done recently by the Berkeley Symphony, with technical support from CNMAT. You should contact IRCAM and Ms. Saariaho before you go too far into reviving a 1998 version.
Thanks everybody !
Just after having resuscitated the 98′s patch and thanks to Le Quan Ninh, I have had the answer of these questions.
1st, you’re right Nick (but now it’s sure) :
>It’s probably a combination of two things: the long-dead "lib" >object
>for Max 2/3 (a generic script-based MIDI librarian) and a lib >script
>file for the LXP-15.
2d, sorry ddg, I already have the Ninh’s LXP15 control patch but this is not exactly what I need
3rd, you’re right mz, and I received the 100% Max patch directly from Jean-Baptiste Barriere.
And I am a happy man
So thanks a lot everybody !
On 18 juin 06, at 21:12, mzed wrote:
> I know that an 100% MaxMSP version of this piece exists now; it was
> done recently by the Berkeley Symphony, with technical support from
> CNMAT. You should contact IRCAM and Ms. Saariaho before you go too
> far into reviving a 1998 version.
Right, it seems there’s a MSP only version. I don’t think Kaija will
have the patch so contact ircam’s production directly.