g.Seq.r is a 16 step sequencer which allows you to experiment with rhythmic variation by leveraging the power of a genetic algorithm to ‘evolve’ new and unexpected patterns from a target.
The Shreditor is a software editor for the Shruthi-1 DIY hardware synthesizer. An awesome little hybrid mono synth developed by Mutable Instruments, which combines 8-bit oscillators with various analog filter boards.
When using hardware at some point you end on a wall you can't go through...
This project is called Smomid, which stands for string modeling midi device.
Let Max drunkenly play the piano and invite some of his friends too! His friends know how to play (barely) the recorder, bass guitar, piano, and a beer bottle.
The Pringles Keyboard is an organ whose pipes are built out of cans of chips.
La mélodie du bonheur is the musicalization of the emotions of our society.
This project is a realisation of an idea I had in my head for a while.
SOMO is a wireless wearable motion tracking device that turns body movement into sound.
La Plataforma / The Platform is a modular small scale performance platform or audio-visual instrument to create small scale performances.
Ableton Live lets you trigger this-versus-that MIDI clip.
Sound chopper 2 is the evolution of the previous sound chopper, it allows to use pre recorded sounds (and real time sound through a microphone) and manipulate it with his numerous effects. Sound Chopper 2 features a granulator, stretcher, pitch shifter, slicer and tremolo, panner, bit crusher, 8 different delays (mono and stereo) and 8 filters.
First in a series of game inspired sequencers built for Push, grab the first release for FREE Push Pong is a generative sequencer built in Max for Live inspired by Batuhan Bozkurt's excellent Otomata Generative Musical Sequencer.
Sunset 32 is a controllable MIDI User Interface powered by MaxMSP.
Tekh Map is a free collection of powerful Max For Live devices that allow users of Ableton Live to quickly and easily take control of their sets with OSC.
The Ealing Feeder is a Max controlled 28-note polyphonic, robotic carillon (automatic bell-playing rig).
Synaesthetic Sequencer takes its title from the notion of synaesthesia, the sensation some people have whereby one form of sensory stimulation provokes a response in one of the other five senses. In the case of the Synaesthetic Sequencer, colours perceived via a video camera are converted into spontaneously composed music in real time. Synaesthetic Sequencer breaks down a scene into an 8x8 grid of colours.