Spectrum Sampler - a new M4L device


    May 13 2013 | 9:00 am
    Hi all, I just released a new M4L device: Spectrum Sampler.
    It samples and holds spectral components of the incoming signal. It can create inharmonic resonances, artifacts, dusty noises, drones, gliding sounds: a wide palette of amazing noises.
    More info here: http://www.amazingnoises.com/am/?p=78

    • May 13 2013 | 12:00 pm
      Real nice... looking forward to playing with this one. Thanks.
    • May 13 2013 | 1:10 pm
      Another wicked device... let the glitching begin! :]
    • May 13 2013 | 4:33 pm
      great stuff, the sound is phenominal, as always.
      Quick question; I'm seeing a LOT of latency with this one, and as with most fft devices I wasn't all that surprised, but it looks like the window is only 1024 samples...?
      Could it be the freqshifters before and after the fft that are causing the latency? I don't really need them, so I could simply delete those.
    • May 13 2013 | 5:25 pm
      Wetterberg, do you have a bigger latency than the one you can hear in the video? In this case maybe there's a problem in the audio card settings: the delay shouldn't be very long. What platform are you using?
      I don't think the freqshifters can cause too much latency, because they are in the time domain.
    • May 14 2013 | 1:18 pm
      yeah it was a desperate measure ripping them out.
      I think it was an envelope setting that was causing it, though - the 1024 frames certainly isn't the problem.
      On another topic, we'd like to use this for our other band member, who doesn't use Live; should we just pay over paypal and then not download? What's the preferred method?
      thanks,
      andreas
    • May 14 2013 | 2:20 pm
      Ok, I hope you solved the latency problem.
      Your band friend wants to use the device as a Max patch? Yes (s)he could order it and then copy and paste it in a patcher window (and also put all the externals generated by the "unfreeze device" command in the search path).
      Thank You!
    • May 14 2013 | 2:42 pm
      yeah, I've already tested, it works fine.
      Thanks again for the work.
      all the best,
      andreas
    • May 15 2013 | 10:38 pm
      i just bought it . its amazing how far you can go with it . Im not a fan of too freaky tools that make everything atonal which is useful for effecting or drumming but not for the musical tone aspect of my work .
      But this device definitely can do both and im verry happy u didnt gone too far with UI/UX and the amount of controls :) fantastic work , incredible concept . Thank you