Grainfields - 8 voice granular synthesizer for 128 grids (M4L update)


#1

Hi all,

I’ve attached a link for my newest creation, grainfields, which turns your monome into a granular synthesizer - each row controlling a separate voice.

If you own an iPad, I’ve included a Lemur interface to adjust grain parameters.

Demo video coming soon!

(The app is made and tested with Max 7).

Let me know what you think.

Cheers,
Kasper

More info:
http://kasperskov.dk/projects_MonomeGrainfields.html

Download grainfields standalone:

Download grainfields as Max for live devices:


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#2

This looks amazing…thank you!


#3

Woah! Sweet! Thanks for sharing. Just opened it up and wow. Great samples. Simple but playable and expressive interface. Now to just set up lemur again!


#4

Incredible work, can’t wait to try this.


#5

What a lot of fun, thank you! I love the audio you included with it, shows it off very nicely.


#6

so cool, @kasperskov
made this with it…
thank you :slight_smile:
https://soundcloud.com/k-blamo/siestafields


#7

Wow this is very cool (and the UI is super elegant and a pleasure to work with!)


#8

i too like the UI (organisation, tone color). it feels good looking at it.
and the lemur UI looks good too.


#9

Ooh this looks lovely!


#10

Well done, thanks for this :slight_smile:


#11

Thank you so much, I’ll for sure play with t his today


#12

Thank you! Great piece of work!


#13

This is great. I hooked it up before dinner and ran some interrelated dub tracks to it. Just scratching the surface.


#14

This is probably a very general question about Max versus Max for Live, but would it be possible for me to assign a MIDI controller (in contrast with Lemur) to the app?

Thanks.


#15

not too sure but you could try this


#16

That’s definitely possible. I’ll consider implementing it in the app.

The SimpleMIDI package is definitely worth a look.

In the near future I will make a Max for Live version too…


#17

That’s even greater news! I can’t wait for the M4L version for live use.


#18

Thanks for this. I like it a lot. + the GUI is great. I’m using it with a “walnut 256” that doesn’t support varibright, but that’s not a big issue. (Edit: I’ve taken the liberty of adding led support for my old monome :slight_smile: ) Thank you !


#19

Thanks! I appreciate it. Great to know how the app works on other devices as well. :slight_smile:


#20

Very cool! Thanks for sharing. :slight_smile: