M4L: crossfader?

    Oct 06 2013 | 8:07 pm
    sorry, beginner's question: in Max4L, is it possible to have a crossfader device, or is this impossible (because of Live's architecture: "audio effect" can only affect one channel, which's input is set in Live's In/Out section).

    • Oct 06 2013 | 8:42 pm
      Just for reference, what's wrong with the one included in the mixer section in Live? I've always found that to be very adequate.
    • Oct 07 2013 | 6:02 am
      of course Live's xFade is totally ok. What I want exactly is frequency-dependent crossfade: signal is split into two or three frequency bands, which can be xFaded independently.
    • Oct 07 2013 | 8:56 am
      then you'll need to have two max for live devices; one on one of the channels, and a little "sattelite" device on the other channel, sort of a master/slave type of thing.
    • Oct 07 2013 | 10:54 pm
      thanks! interesting idea.
    • Oct 07 2013 | 11:21 pm
      I think it's the only way of doing it...
    • Oct 08 2013 | 8:07 am
      or you can put two Live's "EQ3" in two channels and build a device that adjusts their values using live.remote
    • Oct 08 2013 | 11:00 am
      Not sure what you mean with a crossfader device. ?? Can you be more specific with what your doing and actually want to achieve ?
      Just make an empty audio rack (add an EQ 8 , right click create group), set up the chain crossfade region by mapping to a macro, do this on the other track again. Set up crossfades on both racks. Map the same midi knob to both macros and this will create a smooth crossfade. This can be done multiple times. So you can set up as many crossfades as you'd like in a set. This can be used with audio files dragged in OR with instrument tracks. I've uploaded a file to demonstrate :)