Current local version is in tkzic/van project/van47g key9d.als
Using Korg nanoKontrol instead of foot pedals (actually either will work) – see map below
Now works with any audio interface
Mic input for channel 9 is fed to output to use as direct live monitor
Essentially it now works with a minimal amount of external hardware.
Backed up the midiStroke config file in its current state. The file is located at: /Users/tkzic/Library/Application Support/midiStroke/midiStroke.cdcmidistroke. Backups will be kept in the same folder.
Top row of buttons
stop all clips
finish recording and arm track to the right (enter/right/enter)
record start/stop (enter)
launch scene in current row and move cursor to track 5
bottom row of buttons
Correspond to track levels 1-9
Make a lightweight template version (without all of Van’s music) – that can be used for new projects
the local file is: tkzic/max teaching examples/impulse-response-rodrigo-vid.maxpat
Ok, I must be living under a rock. Did not realize this stuff was in Live 9.
This tutorial explains how to use Live convolution reverb effect, as well as the IR measurement tool. The measurement tool lets you record impulse responses using a sine spectrum sweep. Essentially these are the Alex Harker Max tools made into M4L devices.