A collection of devices

    Jan 05 2010 | 3:02 pm
    Hello and happy new year! I put a few of my Max For Live devices online, and I plan to add more in the future. They are here: http://www.monolake.de/technology/m4l.html
    currently there are a step sequencer, a rotating doppler simulation, a granular freezer, ...
    Have fun!

    • Jan 05 2010 | 3:46 pm
      for those too poor/stubborn to purchase Live 8 + M4L quite yet, would it be possible to post the original max patches of these M4L adaptations? i'm particularly interested in the px-18 and granular freezer.
      love your mind and music btw.
      much thanks.
    • Jan 05 2010 | 4:15 pm
      "Depending on my time and the feedback I get I consider uploading more devices, including some tricky Live.API stuff. However, this might not happen very soon." Yes please!
    • Jan 05 2010 | 4:46 pm
      @ComfortableInClouds: it would be a lot of additional work because I would need to replace all live specific controls by others, I would need to use a different initialization method etc... But I will see what I can do...
      The upload of the Grainfreezer missed a file. This has been fixed ten minutes ago...
      Cheers, Robert
    • Jan 05 2010 | 5:06 pm
      thanks robert :)
    • Jan 05 2010 | 5:14 pm
      Many thanks Robert!
      "I would need to use a different initialization method etc... "
      Exactly! What are the correct strategies for initialization in the MaxForLive device world? My M4L devices are still failing to initialize correctly... just a paragraph/hint/simple statement/example... please? Someone?
      Thanks, cfb aka j2k
    • Jan 05 2010 | 6:13 pm
      thank you :)
    • Jan 05 2010 | 6:31 pm
      These look great! Another +1 for more devices!
    • Jan 05 2010 | 7:25 pm
    • Jan 05 2010 | 7:30 pm
      i dont have m4l, but would somebody care to explain the gist behind this doppler rotator? sounds interesting!
    • Jan 09 2010 | 11:47 am
      Hello, i spent a huge amount of time improving the GrainFreeze device. It is now nearly click free, and uses a much more advanced buffer switching technique. I documented it as good as possible inside the patch, there is a lot to see there....
      as usual, all is still here: http://www.monolake.de/technology/m4l.html
      Cheers, Robert
      btw.: unfortunately the new version will break old Live sets since i had to change parameter ranges etc... If you already used the old version, you should rename the new one to GrainFreeze2 or something like this and keep the old version.
    • Jan 09 2010 | 8:32 pm
      Hi Raja, I am totally fine with non live users having a look at my patches! As far as hosting my patches is concerned, I decided to have them all on my website, this is easiest for me to maintain and update. I might at some point mirror that page so that the devices also show up at maxforlive.com or what ever....we will see.
      Cheers, Robert
    • Jan 18 2010 | 8:43 pm
      hello. I added a new device called 'ml.exhibition_master'. It allows to fade in/out audio signals at a given time of day. It also allows to start/ stop transport. It supports multiple tracks with a dedicated 'ml.exhibition_slave' device. I wrote it for an upcoming installation and since many of you do installation works too I thought it is good to share it.
      Cheers, Robert