Modular software & programmingMaxMSP, Reaktor, Pure Data, Jeskola BUZZ, and other modular programs. Any questions relating to these programs (patching, favorite ensembles) should be posted in this forum.
we need more stuff for the VERY underated plogue bidule
Wow, this looks very promising. Downloading now.
Some people might find this interesting, quoted from the bidule site:
Venetian Snares (Aaron Funk) has used Bidule on two tracks from his Horse and Goat
EP. "I made a version of myself & Im nearly obsolete now!"
Bidule is simply amazing, and is one of the most innovative applications I have used
in 2004. I love the real-time modular environment and the many varieties of modules
that are available within its library. Much like other modular software you can
connect modules up together to form completely customized working patches, but
even with more ease and elegance here. I love the mathematical functions and
FFT phase Vocoder. Running your own VSTs within the module structures is
also a plus. Its becoming my new tool kit for sound design and radical sound
I am getting comfortable with pd and reaktor, so if this seems to offer anything more I will probably purchase it in the future. 75 dollars I think, but there is a free trial.
"All losers are romantics. It's what keeps us from blowing our brains out." — Richard Kadrey
1. Have i got this right? You want to send a signal to two separate outputs (filter 1 or 2) with one knob. A panner or a selector/scanner is what you need, youll find them in Built in modules>signal path
2. If you want to be able to controll the modulation depth of an LFO just multiply it with a knob with the range 0-1.
im really liking sensomusic usine,have just gotten it recently,and cant wait untill i get my head around it.next month i get a touchscreen overlay for my spare lcd monitor then it will be really awesome
Hi there everyone, Looking for some inspiration for synthesis techniques and maybe some programming tips.
If you have any links to how to make VST plugins i would be appreciated, specifically reverb/chorus effects. or anything that is weird and cool.
also, how do you go from making a max/msp program to making it a stand alone application by itself? any documentation you have on this would be appreciated.
It's in the Max documentation. Check out "sharing your work" in the tutorials. You build an application, from the file menu. It's platform specific, so if you want a Mac version you need to do it on a mac and if your want pc you gotta do it from a PC. It includes only the essential files for your patch, and people open it up and use it.