Hello, forgot to drop this thingie here when i finished it awhile back, there’s a downloadable .zip of the objects themselves for windows and mac at the bottom of the page:
it’s a sample-accurate looping object for Max(took what i learned from devving karma~, applied it here, but with a focus on sample-accuracy, plus with some new techniques for declicking(instead of switch-n-ramps… smooth/quick crossfades between older buffer~ material and newer, accounting for overdub, etc.(granular engines are made easy by synching many rezer~ objects)).
A small disclaimer, though: the object has a more verbose interface, so it’s not as intuitive to use as karma~. If you aren’t feeling it, not to worry, just making it available, will follow up later with an app i’m creating for it which might make things easier for those who aren’t interested in building stuff in Max.
If you do end up using it to dev your own stuff, feel free to drop comments and bug-findings here in this thread, i’ll check in here about it.
Also, I got heavy into scripting for Kontakt and here are some scripts which setup a finger-drumming kit with controllable effects chain and stuttering capabilities… but for now, it’s only for MIDIFighter64:
(and it’s just the scripts, not the actual sample-library i use… i’m just posting this here for now because advanced users of Kontakt might find it useful… eventually, i’ll implement an OSC-to-MIDI bridging app so this can be used with monomes)
Basically, both of these things above will lead to apps/instruments interfaced by monome, so here’s the precursor announcement of stuff going into those apps.
Getting back into it these days after getting dragged down by an undertow some odd years past, Nice to see y’allz again, Hope all’s been well for Everyone, Cheers
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