121 Projects tagged with "max-for-live"

  • Baby Reindeer

    This generative EP plays continuous music that drifts within a mood without repetition, making it an ideal companion for reading, work, relaxation, and those times when you want to listen to something that dissolves into the environment and yet is always there.

  • Music of Structures

    Architecture Is Frozen Music The aim of the project was to turn the structures into music: shape, form, internal tensions and so on. I extracted relations between the architectural shape and its structural support.

  • Wob FX

    -Teaser track by Daniel Sommer- FIRST PLEASE DOWNLOAD WOB FX FONT HERE "Looking for wobble? Look no further.

  • The Drone Machine

  • Peydgentron’s “Obvi EP”

    Pedrodomus (NYC) and Naetron (ATX) have teamed up under court orders to release a truly metal, glitched-out, rock-solid EP.

  • The Alterator

  • Lumisonic Synaesthetics

    Here is a run through of the setup for the laser controlled music thingy! This is not how it sounds as it is just ticking over whilst I am filming and when I do play it I only have one hand free! The basic premise is this; Light dependent resistors (up to 16 of them) are stimulated by lights and lasers passing over them and the change in resistance is measured by an Arduino Mega and sent over USB to a laptop running Window 7. The data streams are processed by OSC and Max/MSP, converted and sent to a variety of sound sources.

  • 14circles

    14circles is a max4live device pack that contains 4 devices: "Circle" - is a very powerful granular/looper.

  • Kinect DJ Maxx

    "Because the computer removes you from your body, the body should be strongly engaged.

  • Replayer: real-time melody morphing

  • B-Keeper

    B-Keeper is a software system that synchronises Ableton Live to the beat of a drummer. Currently, many bands in the studio and at gigs use click tracks consisting of metronome-like clicks fed to the drummer via earphones.

  • nwdlbots (pronounced noodlebots)

    nwdlbots are a suite of generative music devices for Ableton Live.

  • The Streamer

    This max for live device offers streaming directly from Ableton Live to Icecast Servers. I often designed a Max standalone version.

  • This is a documentation of a new composition utilizing multimedia improvisation. The microphone controls several video parameters in real-time.

  • V-Module

    V-Module is a collection of Max for Live devices which can be interconnected to create potentially very complex real-time A/V processing chains within Ableton Live workflow, offering a Live-like interface to Jitter functionalities in Max.

  • VIZZable

    VIZZable is a starting step to integrating the VIZZIE modules into Ableton Live using Max For Live. The VIZZIE modules have been converted to plugins and have kept their modular nature.

  • Kflux, Max For Live granulator device

    Kflux is a Max For Live device for granulation of sound.

  • Scanned Synthesizer

    A max for live instrument utilizing a physical mass-spring model to create a dynamic wavetable.

    It features: - four oscillators that can be used in parallel or according to note stack order - independent settings of each spring with functional A to B interpolation - generative functional hammer shapes that can be plugged or bowed - spring connections between oscillators that can simulate sympathetic strings - sophisticated and intuitive user interface - and more --- A free version (not supporting saving) is available on maxforlive.com.

  • Jitter Video Puzzle

  • 1city 1001vibrations sound installation

    "1c i t y 1001v i b r a t i o n s" is mainly a live interaction system where its resource comes from the sonic space of Bosphorus, Istanbul.

  • VJ Mode 1.5 is an application that is used by VJs and visualists for creating visual shows in clubs, venues, festivals, and so on.

  • DMaX – DMX Lighting in Ableton Live

    DMaX is a set of devices for Ableton Live written with Max for Live, that allow DMX lighting to be controlled using Live parameters.

  • Winduino II

    Author: Jason Warriner

    The Winduino II is a wireless, digital version of an Aeolian harp that can be listened to on its own or used as accompaniment for other instruments.

  • LividStep

    Comprehensive step sequencing device for Max For Live.

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