I ported Meadowphyiscs to Max for Live. I have it on github here:
I have only tested it on my computer with windows 7 and my grid 128 (newest edition). So I am curious to see how it works for other people. Also, I am curious to see if sharing a max for live device works well on github (it seems a little strange to me).
I’m looking for any thoughts and ideas on how to improve this.
It seems like maybe it’s an older version? The menu is a lot different, and I can’t figure out how to start the different triggers. Also, there seems to be some kind of interfacing with the teletype, based on the window that pops up called “teletype”
@shellfritsch I think that’s a good idea. Does anyone have any of the basics of adding the autofocus anywhere? If not I’ll try to take it from somewhere when I have time.
64 grids do work. However you can’t get to some of the different rules selection that occurs on the right side of a 128.
Push would be nice, however I believe it would require a complete rewrite of the device to work with the midi specifics of the push user mode instead of the grids osc messages.
There used to be a push max for live kit that would allow you to access different parts (screen, encoders, matrix buttons) of push without having to go to user mode…i never got very far with it though.
Since we’re talking about wishes: a 16 x 8 push with encoders like the arc.
Ok I believe I added the autofocus functionality by copying it from the flin patch in terms.
Please let me know if it’s working on your system, I tested on windows 7 with 2016 grid 128. There it seems to be working fine, except that you need to engage the master on/off switch for the leds to show.
Finally had the chance to check out the compatibility with re:mix, not only does autofocus work (live 9.7.4, Windows 7) but you can send midi from meadowphysics to trigger positions in re:mix! It’s pretty wild.