Skyping with Arcangelo Corelli
A few month ago I was talking to my mother via Skype, and she reminded me a beautiful piece by Arcangelo Corelli. So, I started to listening it, and a few seconds later someone called me (also via Skype). At the instant, I had one of the most epic moments in my life.
This is a recreation of the moment.
This is not a mashup, and yes there are a couple of notes that doesn’t match (technically speaking). However, is perfect the way it is.
‘Mute Observer’, a useful companion for a Live Set.
Another quick video, this time it’s about the Pasto (Mouse version), no iPad needed, just Max for Live.
I have to keep adjusting things so that Pasto/Lemur ideas match correctly with this version, but it’s definitely taking shape.
Here is a quick video playing with Pasto. Everything is working great and it’s almost finished. (this time it’s true… I think :D )
What you see is a sequence stored and reproduced by the Pasto memory box, which is located inside of each instrument.
You can also see some random effects going in and out in two different ways: time-sync and by Lemur physics.
Let me know what you think.
Working on the final details of the Lemur & Max for Live version. More control, more features and many fixed issues.
In addition, I’m working on a version to use it without iPad. This is good for people who have no iPad or Lemur/TouchOSC, or who simply prefer to use Pasto directly on Ableton.
Here’s a sneak preview of one of the new features ;)
You can watch a few videos here to get a good idea of what’s coming, or download the TouchOSC and OSCulator version here.
Happy new year and stay tuned!
Aversi (Reversi’s brother) is a Max for Live device which allows to automate up to eight sends simultaneously.
Just like with his brother, you can randomize and move the sequence, change the step time, add/remove sends, switch between different routings or play with different loop sizes.
You can also add swing to your sequence, which can be linked to the Ableton groove amount.
Take a look:
As always, drag and drop it into your live set
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Reversi is my new Max for Live device which allows to automate up to eight tracks mutes simultaneously.
You can randomize and move the sequence, change the step time, choose different channels or play with different loop sizes. You can also add swing to your sequence, which can be linked to the Ableton groove amount.
Take a look:
Some demos made with Reversi
Demo 1: Eight channels with eight different tracks in short loops.
Tracks: Muse, The Who, Beirut, Digitalism, Millencolin, Pulp & Wolfgang Gartner.
Demo 2: different sections of two tracks mixed together.
Tracks: Philip Glass.
Demo 3: Well, the track on the video. eight loops recorded with my Ultranova.
Drag and drop it into your live set and have fun!
I hope you enjoy it. :)
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