pitch v.1 is out!

July 11, 2010

pitch – my new variable quality pitch shifting plugin is out now!

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freeze – my new freeze plugin for max4live got released today!

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degrade updated to 0.4!

January 15, 2010

Bit crusher/sampling rate reducer plugin “degrade” fox max for live updated to version 0.4!

Changelog:

– dry/wet dial added
– code/look improvements

Get it HERE or direct from my FTP

mod.del v.2 is out!

January 11, 2010

mod.del – single stereo delay line plugin for max for live with advanced delay time modulation updated to version 0.2!

Changelog:

– bpm sync added (very wide range – full tact bpm frequency *128 or /128, n=whole note)
– fixed a bug with sinus wave (frequencies under 1 Hz don’t worked properly)
– code improvements

Get it HERE or direct from my FTP

degrade 0.3 is out!

January 6, 2010

“degrade” bit crusher/sampling rate reducer plugin fox max for live updated to version 0.3!

Changelog:

– “bit dial ramp like movement bug” fixed (live.dial can’t scale correct if it receives values smaller than 127 from max/msp “number” object, so I HAD to use the “live.number” – it works, but patch looks a little bit unesthetic now)
– added 2 new parameters: “host sampling rate” and “sampling rate reduction in %”
– code improvements

Get it HERE

eqqq v.3 is out!

January 2, 2010

“eqqq” filter plugin fox max for live was updated to version 0.3!

Changelog:

– gain (gain-based variant for lowpass, highpass, bandpass, bandstop and resonant) and analog (imitation-analog variants for bandpass and peaknotch) modes added (both are built-in features of “filtergraph~” object)
– small saving in project bug fixed

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mod.del v.1

December 26, 2009

mod.del v.1 –  single stereo delay line plugin for max for live with advanced delay time modulation is out!

You can set own limits for all customizable dials except feedback and duty cycle (both can have values between 0. and 1.). LFO has 5 waveforms: sinus, triangle, saw, square and noise with 2 different signal modes (precise and analog) and duty cycle adjustment for triangle and square. What is the difference between precise and analog mode? In precise mode all the waveforms are geometrically perfect – it means that in case of sawtooth or square (or triangle with DC=0. or 1.) the LFO will spring immediately from lowest to highest value. In some situations it will result in hard clicking – to avoid this I built-in anti-aliased analog-like waveform emulations with max objects “tri~“, “saw~” and “rect~” (click on the objects for max/msp online documentation). Visual controlling of the waveform can be done in a small oscilloscope with flexible display range.

All you settings will be 100% saved with your ableton project.

Get this plugin HERE.