A collection of experiments using Max for Live.
Each project is in a separate folder. Several projects require additional external objects or dependencies. You will find helpful instructions by clicking links next to the project names below.
max-for-live-projects on Github: https://github.com/tkzic/max-for-live-projects
Runs in Live 9 and Max 6.1, on Mac OS 10.9
Max For Live
We had to abandon the Max For Live demo because of technical issues
Examples of sound logos:
Write a very short composition or sound logo based on a synopsis of a movie, tv show, or product in City Shopper* – For example:
“A sheriff and deputy try to rid their town of thugs”
“An evil doll and its mate seek human form”
“Stewie looks into his future”
“National Aviation Academy: training aviation professionals since 1932”
Use Max For Live device(s) that you have designed or modified.
*You can use an alternate source. For example, write a composition for a product or film that you are trying to promote – As long as you can describe that product in one sentence.
Extra Credit: Perform the music using a controller that works with a Max For Live device.
Due on November 25.
Device modulators: like LFO, randomizer, envelope follower, multi-mapper, and more.
by Cycling 74 at Ableton
The c74 “Max For Live Essentials” pack contains a “device randomizer”. Located in Max Audio Effect | Control Devices.
It works in Auto or Trigger mode. And it automatically maps the entire device.
an earlier version
Max/MSP folder: applications/max6.1/patches/m4l-patches/Pluggo for Live Resources/patches
Here you will find things like pluggo.randomPreset that gets called with sends/receives in the Pluggo patches. A challenge will be how to randomize ‘any’ params in any patch? Without knowing the ranges?
“Pushing the edit button.”
By Andrew Benson’s at Cycling 74
By Cycling 74
(by video number in the Youtube series)
* a way to show how many midi notes are being played, using [borax] and build a list of them using [bag]
how to sync a [phasor~] signal to the Live transport (1 bar)
transport controlled velocity step sequencer.
making a midi instrument
ADSR control of midi instrument
* filterning with sync to get dubstep bass
working with buffer~ and samples, and drop
* [poly~] polyphonic synth :
http://cycling74.com/download/polysynthset.zip * live API and remote (to control external devices) and live.step, with [phasor~] control
* parameter sequencer