MATRIXSYNTH: Gyre

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Gyre

"Gyre is a program I've been writing in Max/MSP for playing my Buchla 200e. It is a work in progress, but I'm finding it pretty usable, even in its current state. One of the things I like about Gyre is that it separates the timing information from the note generation processes. For example, this means that I can have a rhythm going driving a step sequencer, then switch to a Sample & Hold using the same rhythm pattern."

Title link takes you to more info. via sequencer.de.

4 comments:

  1. Are you sharing Gyre yet? May I give it a try with my modular?

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  2. Well, right now it's really tied to the Buchla 225e MIDI interface. I've been thinking about what it would take to make it more general. If I can come up with a good way to make it easy to map the outputs to arbitrary places without complicating the UI too much I may make it available.

    That may happen if and when I add support for a second MIDI->CV interface (I have a Kenton Pro-2000 gathering dust along with my other analog synths).

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  3. Oh yeah... then there's the issue of documentation.

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  4. nice work i'd be into an open release too even if its just an at your own risk, no doc, fend for yourself thing.

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