LOM - The Live Object Model Reference What objects you find behind the Live API and what their structure, properties and functions are. Introduction The Live Object Model lists a number of Live object classes with their properties and functions as well as their parent-child relations through which a hierarchy is formed. Please refer to the Live API overview chapter for definitions of the basic Live API terms and a list of the Max objects used to access it. This document refers to Ableton Live version 8.1b7. Object Model Overview Application This class represents the Live application. Canonical path live_app Children Properties None Functions Application.View This class represents the aspects of the Live application related to viewing the application. live_app view Song This class represents a Live set. live_set Song.View This class represents the view aspects of a Live document: the session and arranger views. live_set view Track This class represents a track in Live. Not all properties are supported by all types of tracks. live_set tracks N
Lokua.net Max for Live Max Objects Database 4Live.me Glitch 2 Introduction The infamous FSU plugin is back! And yes, there's finally a Mac version! Glitch is an audio effect plugin for Windows (VST), Mac (VST and AU) and Linux (VST), available in both 32-bit and 64-bit formats. Featuring a new and improved sequencer which can play multiple effects simultaneously, with the ability to trigger unique scenes from every note on your keyboard, Glitch can be as gentle or as brutal as you like. Add the occasional splash of retrigger or stretcher to single hits within your drum loop, or fill the entire sequencer with random effect blocks for a totally chaotic trip down the digital rabbit hole... the choice is yours! Features at a glance Sequencer Each program consists of 128 scenes that can be triggered via MIDI notes. Effects 9 cheeky little effect modules designed to slice, dice, chop, screw, twist, turn and mangle your sounds into radical new forms. Randomize, Mutate, Glitch! Randomize and Mutate functions can be found at almost every level. Audio Demos
Ableton Tips: 11 of Cymatics Top Secrets These 11 Ableton tips and tricks are often overlooked, yet extremely useful. Some of these ableton tips are interesting production techniques and others are features which can save you some time and speed up your workflow. Keep in mind that this is an Intermediate guide, so if you are new to Ableton Live, this may be difficult to understand. To learn more Ableton tips and tricks and other interesting production techniques in Ableton, check out our Ableton Projects Collection Note: If you’re using Mac, “Ctrl” = “Command” for all keyboard shortcuts. (Ableton Tips) #1. Ableton’s delays offer 3 different modes which change the delay’s processing behavior. To change the delay mode, right-click on the delays title-bar and select “Repitch”. To hear this effect, the “delay time” needs to be automated. To create a tape-stop effect, the delay time needs to be automated from a low to high value. Note: The entire channel will be delayed by the value of the delay time when it is static. a Conclusion
EAnalysis (English) | Pierre Couprie Research and development: Dr Pierre CouprieCoordination: Prof Simon Emmerson & Prof Leigh Landy Version: 1.xLanguage: EnglishMinimum system requirement: Macintosh Multicore Intel Processor, OS10.6.8 or later, 4Go RAMNews: EAnalysis works with Mac OS10.9 (No Windows version will be developed) EAnalysis Faites également la promotion de votre Page Presentation The development of EAnalysis is part of the research project entitled ‘New multimedia tools for electroacoustic music analysis’ at the MTI Research Centre of De Montfort University (Leicester, UK). This piece of software aims at experimenting new types of graphic representations and new analytical methods with an intuitive interface and adapted tools for analysis purposes. Features See manual for more details. Downloads Download installer of EAnalysis for Macintosh OS10.6 or later If you have problem with installer, you can use the manual installer: Download manual installer for EAnalysis for Macintosh OS10.6 or later Movie tutorials Examples
Glitch Factory: APC40 Performance Template internet-sensors Update 9/8/2013 – The Twitter examples were broken. They are fixed and have been updated to use version 1.1 of the API (oauth). The projects demonstrate 3 methods of authentication: - the streaming API via php - the REST API via ruby - sending Tweets using xively.com (aka cosm/pachube) and zapier.com as intermediaries. Also a clarification: These tools are not meant to be turnkey Max solutions to using internet API’s. They are more like recipes – some with other ingredients – like php, ruby, or node running in the background as OSC servers. There’s more on the way! tz The Internet is a source of data which reflects the state of our world. These features combine to provide a valuable tool for artists. Here are a few examples to help you learn how to use the Internet in your Max/MSP projects.
Granulator by Robert Henke Granulator II is a Max4Live synthesizer based on the principle of quasi-synchronous granular synthesis. It creates a constant stream of short crossfading sections of the source sample, and the pitch, position and volume of each grain can be modulated in many ways to create a great variety of interesting sounds. Granulator II also offers two multimode filters in series to further shape the resulting timbre. Granulator II is the latest incarnation of a series of granular based synthesizers I wrote for my own usage since the additon of real time audio processing to Max in 1997.  Listen to a more complex sound example of Granulator with a singing bowl as sound source embedded in a bit of long reverb. ____________ D o w n l o a d _ G r a n u l a t o r _ I I _ h e r e_______________ This instrument is the result of lot of love and dedication. In case you really enjoy the instrument, and you are going to use it for your own artistic works, I would love to get something back from you.
stock market music with Max/MSP | ideas This a project which makes music from stock prices. See this page for a full description and case study: What’s missing from the above description is a technical reference manual and user guide. I intend to make this into a web-app which can be used for listening to stock trends, but it in the meantime here’s how it works. To look at historical trends, you would need access to historical stock data. However, it doesn’t cost money to get recent quotes from Yahoo throughout the day and store them in a database – so that’s the approach I took. If I were to do this project today, I’d look for a free online source of historical data, in machine-readable form – because the historical data provides the most interesting and organic sounds when converted into music. files all of the files have been moved to tkzic/w3 for now. Max patch: tkzic/max teaching examples/stock_market_music.maxpat database Here’s the high security database login: Web client “auto”
Hardware Synthesizers in Ableton Live Here is a quick 2 Minute Ableton Live Tip about how to route external instruments into Live. Once in Ableton, you can sequence them and add plenty of good effects. In the video I use the Synthboy by Ninstrument. It turns Nintendo’s Gameboy into a 5 channel Synthesizer; just listen to the 8 bit glory it unleashes! Big thanks to Chris for lending me one to play around with. Help Spread the Word, Share This Post! Related Super 8 Bit Ableton Pack Now Available! Video Game Heaven Inside Ableton Live The Super 8-Bit Ableton Live Pack has everything you need to get the sound of classic video games into your music. In "Creative Process" Super 8 Bit Ableton Live Pack Preorder! The Ultimate 8 Bit Sound Pack For Ableton Live I'm very excited to announce the Super 8 Bit Ableton Live Pack. In "Music" 2 Minute Ableton Tip #28: The Chain Selector Unlock a World of Possibilities with Ableton's Chain Selector Ableton Live's device racks offer amazing customization possibilities.