Quantize your pitch bend to set scales and intervals.
Receive MIDI notes from my other devices.
Filters out either Pitch Bend or MIDI notes.
Bend through pitch bend sequences.
Modular Ring Delay
Bend between any notes you want.
Use Max for Live LFOs and envelopes, as well as audio from different tracks, to ring modulate your audio. Delay it, feed it back, and re-modulate it again!
Use audio to modulate Live parameters.
A simple way to fade between and sum automation curves.
A pitched delay network for creating arpeggiated delays.
Control a mappable ramp with a toggle.
Polyphonically latches MIDI notes.
Sustain Pedal to MIDI Note
Stereo Stretch Delay
Converts sustain pedal messages (CC64) into held MIDI notes.
Delay and granularly stretch audio. Feed it back into itself.
Converts MIDI to the proper notes to control a circuit bent tape machine melodically with CV.
A MIDI effect that gives you global control over the sustain pedal of multiple tracks. Gets rid of stuck sustain ccs while switching between tracks when recording.
A clock divider runs a 16-step sequencer from MIDI input. Generate poly-rhythmic sequencing by dividing midi rhythms.
8 MIDI clock dividers whose notes and divisions can be controlled independently and globally. Generate layered poly-rhythms by dividing midi rhythms.
Split 4 voices into 4 mono voices, or 16 voices into 4 groups of 4 voices, send each voice or group of voices to its own track.
A clock multiplier runs a 16-step sequencer from MIDI input. Generate poly-rhythmic sequencing by multiplying midi rhythms.
8 MIDI clock multipliers whose notes and multiples can be controlled independently and globally. Generate layered poly-rhythms by multiplying midi rhythms.
Send MIDI from different tracks to all of my devices that receive MIDI.
Monophonically pitch-shift incoming audio with your MIDI keyboard. Also has basic sampler effects built in, LFOs, ADSRs, flter etc.
Polyphonically pitch-shift incoming audio with your midi keyboard. Also has basic sampler effects built in, LFOs, ADSRs, flter etc.
Independently sequence the amount of delay on your left and right channels with two 8-step sequencers.