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Friday, May 31, 2024

Cycling '74 RNBO 1.3 Web-Editor & Sysex Raw MIDI (patch share)


video upload by Cycling '74

"Here, Tom @tomhallsonics explores the new real-time Web Editor for Raspberry Pi, which was released in the recent RNBO 1.3 release.

This patch uses several RNBO-made modules to create a system in the browser for real-time sysex messaging and control of the Elektron Machinedrum. Similar methods could be used to create control patches for any type of hardware that can receive sysex.

Download Patch: https://assets.cycling74.com/web/patc..."

Friday, April 05, 2024

4/4/24 (swarm) Gieskes Klok & No Drum + Zerosum Inertia PLXNA2 + OAM Uncertainty + Lexicon PCM 70


video upload by Cfpp0

"Butterflies, bats, 16mm swarm: Gieskes Klok modulates itself and No Drum and Olivia Artz Modular Uncertainty, which modulates No Drum, while Klok gates No Drum."

You cand find additional Gieskes Kok module posts here.

This appears to be the first post to feature Olivia Artz Modular. Details on their modules follow via Perfect Circuit and Noisebug.



"Uncertainty from Olivia Artz Modular is a 2hp coin toss module; it is open source, with new, user-swappable firmware being developed. So, it will continue to grow and offer new functionality!

In the standard firmware, the top input accepts gates, triggers, or any signal between -5V and +5V. Based on whether the input is positive or negative, it uses two different types of logic to produce gates at the corresponding eight outputs. If the input is above +1V, then the module does eight differently-weighted "coin tosses"—one for each output. If the outcome of the toss is "heads," a +5V signal is output for as long as the input stays above 1V. If the input signal is -1V or lower, a slightly different coin toss algorithm is used, where the outputs are paired—if the result of the toss is "heads," the upper output of the pair in question sends out a signal, and if it's "tails," the lower outputs sends out a signal.

Alternate firmwares are available for free, and loading them is as easy as plugging in your module via the rear PCB USB connection, dragging on a file, and you're done. The first new official firmware is a VU meter—with the panel LEDs displaying the current voltage level, and each LED getting a dedicated gate output—somewhat like a multi-window comparator! Olivia Artz's Uncertainty module is a great way to add chance operations to your rack without sacrificing space.

UNCERTAINTY FEATURES

2HP chance module with alternate firmwares available
Default firmware uses two distinct coin toss algorithms to convert incoming bipolar signals into eight streams of outgoing gates
Open source
One CV input with 10-bit resolution
Eight gate outputs"

Wednesday, January 24, 2024

sfizz! - new in Max 8.6


video upload by Cycling '74

"Download the patch see here: https://cycling74.com/products/new-in...

The sfizz~ object provides a way to load, construct, and use polyphonic sample-based instruments in Max.

At its simplest, this enables easy access to more interesting sounds for MIDI-oriented Max patches. Going deeper, sfizz~ also enables authoring and prototyping your own sample-based instruments to use in Max either through standard .sfz files or using a Max Dictionary."

Wednesday, January 17, 2024

gamepad - new in Max 8.6


video upload by Cycling '74

"Introducing the gamepad object, new in Max 8.6, offers easy cross-platform support for gaming hardware in Max. Game controllers are a great way to explore patch control beyond the mouse/trackpad. Check out https://cycling74.com/products/new-in... for more details about the recent Max updates."

Sunday, November 20, 2022

10 - MINUTE AMBIENT PIECE USING CYCLING 74' MAX MSP/ BEAP/ JITTER


video upload by Piotr Garbaczonek

"Thanks for watching!
Made this short 10-minute ambient piece using Cycling '74 Max, and more specifically the modular engine called Beap, as well as Jitter. Everything was recorded into an element called 'Recorder'. Did some slight EQ and compression adjustments in Ableton after that, but very minimal to stay true to what was recorded in Max.

Here are some links of mine:
https://linktr.ee/pgarbaczonek
Go follow my Patreon here:
https://www.patreon.com/pgarbaczonek?...

Perks of being a member include Patch from scratch videos, behind-the-scenes, HD pictures of gear and such, unreleased music, sample packs, and many more :)"

Monday, June 06, 2022

Darwin Grosse of Cycling 74, 20 Objects and the Art + Music + Technology Podcast Has Passed Away



Some sad news sent my way via Joshua Shroyer, also feauted on Synthopia, where you'll find additional info on the impact Darwin Grosse has had in the synth community.

You should be familiar with his 20Objects Art + Music + Technology podcasts posted here on MATRIXSYNTH, as well as numerous other posts. His website is hosted at 20objects.com. He also worked with Cycling 74 and participated in LEAF (Lafayette Electronic Arts Festival). The image to the left is from the LEAF website which has the following bio on him:

"Darwin Grosse works in a modular world, combining modular synthesizers, video tools and compositing software to combine minimalist visuals with generative soundscapes. Based out of Northfield, Minnesota, Darwin uses natural movement as source material for geometric visual pieces, and writes custom audio-reactive software for his multimedia work."


His final podcast from May 15, 2022:
video upload by 20Objects

"Unfortunately, today is the last day of podcasting for the Art + Music + Technology podcast. Health issues have gotten in the way, and it would be impossible to continue.

You can read the transcription of this article, as well as finding some interesting writing on my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/posts/66445163

Thank you for being such a great group of friends and supporters during this long series of music"

And the full run of Art + Music + Technology Podcast


And a playlist of tutorial videos hosted on his YouTube channel:

Sunday, January 02, 2022

Ambient Modular Performance (Cycling '74 Max MSP/Beap)


video upload by Piotr Garbaczonek

"Thanks for watching!
I am away from my modular system for another week, so I am trying to use some great software devices to make the content as a temporary solution. Made this patch as extensive as possible, but it was very close to crashing my computer just due to the sheer amount of connections and effects that I had running. If you want to try it out for yourself and have Max on your computer. I am giving this patch to all of my Patrons. Happy New Year!

-P.G.

Go follow my Patreon here:
https://www.patreon.com/pgarbaczonek?...
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Here are some links of mine:
https://linktr.ee/pgarbaczonek"

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Ambient Explorations pt.27 ( Cycling '74 Max MSP BEAP)


video upload by Piotr Garbaczonek

"Thanks for watching!
Just wanted to see what kind of ambience I am able to design on Max's BEAP, which was one of the tools that I used while learning modular synthesis, and also before I started collecting modules.
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Here are some links of mine:
https://linktr.ee/pgarbaczonek
Go follow my Patreon here:
https://www.patreon.com/pgarbaczonek?..."

Friday, September 17, 2021

OWL Max Tutorial 8: Gen Synth Voice EP1


video upload by Rebel Technology

"Cherif Hashizume is back with a new tutorial, and this time he is building a complete MIDI monosynth in gen~ for the Lich Eurorack module.

The patch will comprise dual VCOs, VCF, and VCA with an AR envelope. In this episode, we get to try out the new Lich template, and create a simple gen~ patch with dual VCOs: one square wave oscillator and one triangle oscillator, with adjustable waveshape, detuning, and oscillator mix.

Gen is an extension of the Max MSP patching environment from Cycling'74. Gen converts what you build visually into efficient compiled code. And thanks to the OWL platform, patches made with gen~ can be seamlessly compiled and loaded onto hardware, such as the Lich Eurorack module, or Witch desktop synthesizer."

All parts here

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

WAVE Modular Synth Improvisation 2021 Vol.2


video upload by Akihiko Matsumoto

"Music by Akihiko Matsumoto: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1tZMm...
Sequence: Ableton Live, Cycling '74 Max/MSP, 2hp Euclid, 2hp TM
Mix: Ableton Live
CV Converter: 2hp MIDI, Expert Sleepers ES-8
Drums: WAVE / Hardwave Samplepack 2​.​0 (https://akihikomatsumoto.bandcamp.com)
Synth1: Bitbox - Morpheus
Synth2: Braids
Synth3: Disting mk4 - Curtis Filter
Bass: Piston Honda mk3 - Warps

FX: ISO Stutter (https://gum.co/lOqnx)
Delay1: D7 Stereo Delay (https://gum.co/aVqFq)
Delay2: Ping Pong Delay (https://gum.co/CwQYm)
Sidechain: SideChain Gate (https://gum.co/btZHbL)

MIDI Controller: novation LAUNCH CONTROL XL
Reverb: Valhalla Vintage Verb
Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (Zeiss 55mm F1.8)"

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

WAVE Modular Synth Improvisation 2021 Vol.1


video upload by Akihiko Matsumoto

Music by Akihiko Matsumoto: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1tZMm...
Sequence: Ableton Live, Cycling '74 Max/MSP, 2hp Euclid, 2hp TM
Mix: Ableton Live
CV Converter: 2hp MIDI, Expert Sleepers ES-8
Drums: WAVE / Hardwave Samplepack 2​.​0 (https://akihikomatsumoto.bandcamp.com...)
Synth1: Bitbox - Morpheus
Synth2: Braids
Synth3: Disting mk4 - Curtis Filter
Bass: Piston Honda mk3 - Warps

FX: ISO Stutter (https://gum.co/lOqnx)
Delay1: D7 Stereo Delay (https://gum.co/aVqFq)
Delay2: Ping Pong Delay (https://gum.co/CwQYm)
Sidechain: SideChain Gate (https://gum.co/btZHbL)

MIDI Controller: novation LAUNCH CONTROL XL
Reverb: Valhalla Vintage Verb
Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (Zeiss 55mm F1.8)

Friday, March 19, 2021

WAVE / Dubstep / Grime Modular Synth Improvisation (Ableton Live 11 and Max/MSP)


video by Akihiko Matsumoto

"Music by Akihiko Matsumoto: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0Cs...
Sequence: Ableton Live, Cycling '74 Max/MSP, 2hp Euclid, 2hp TM
Mix: Ableton Live
CV Converter: 2hp MIDI, Expert Sleepers ES-3
Drums: Ableton
Synth1: Braids - Morpheus
Synth2: General CV
Synth3: Disting mk4 - Curtis Filter
Synth4: Roland Boutique D-05
Bass: Piston Honda mk3 - MFB 24db VCF SED
Noise1: One
Noise2: Ataraxic Iteritas - afterneath - viol ruina
Noise3: benjolin
Noise4: Plaits

FX: ISO Stutter (https://gum.co/lOqnx​)
Delay1: D7 Stereo Delay (https://gum.co/aVqFq​)
Delay2: Ping Pong Delay (https://gum.co/CwQYm​)
Sidechain: SideChain Gate (https://gum.co/btZHbL​)

MIDI Controller: novation LAUNCH CONTROL XL, ROLI BLOCKS Lightpad M
Reverb: NI RC24
Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (Zeiss 25mm F2.0)
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Produce by Akihiko Matsumoto - https://akihikomatsumoto.com"

Thursday, February 04, 2021

CRISS - Chat-Reactive Interdimensional Space Synthesizer


video by Perfect Circuit

"CRISS - Chat-Reactive Interdimensional Space Synthesizer is an interactive sound and visual environment that reacts to chat messages in the live stream.

The controls are generated with Cycling 74's Max and all of the sounds and visuals are generated in real time by eurorack modular synthesizers.

Check out our selection of music gear here: https://www.perfectcircuit.com/?utm_s..."

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

Wave Music Improvisation with Modular Synth 002


Akihiko Matsumoto

New Single "Reverse" 7/31/2020 Released: https://open.spotify.com/track/7HPcth...

Sequence: Ableton Live, Cycling'74 Max/MSP, 2hp Euclid, 2hp TM
Mix: Ableton Live
CV Converter: 2hp MIDI, Expert Sleepers ES-3
Drums: Ableton
Synth1: Braids - Morpheus
Synth2: General CV
Synth3: Disting mk4 - Curtis Filter
Synth4: Roland D-05
Bass: Piston Honda mk3 - MFB 24db VCF SED
Guitar: Ableton
Noise1: One - afterneath - viol ruina
Noise2: Wogglebug - afterneath - viol ruina
Noise3: benjolin - wogglebug - MATHS - Manis Iteritas - afterneath - viol ruina
Noise4: MATHS - wogglebug - afterneath - viol ruina

Effect: Custom M4L on Ableton
MIDI Controller: novation LAUNCH CONTROL XL, ROLI BLOCKS Lightpad M
Reverb: NI Raum
Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (NOKTON 40mm F1.4)
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Music by Akihiko Matsumoto - https://akihikomatsumoto.com

Saturday, June 20, 2020

antimatter annihilation and modular synth


Giorgio Sancristoforo

"For the first time in history, antimatter is used for music.

All the sounds of this piece are triggered by positron annihilation from a Na22 source. For the task I've programmed a custom gamma spectroscope that outputs the annihilation gamma peaks at 0.511MeV, these pulses are sent in realtime to a MIDI to CV converter.

A positron is the anti-particle of the electron, having positive charge instead of negative. Positron emission is a special case of beta decay. Inside the unstable nucleus, a proton is transformed into a neutron, and in the process, the nucleus emits a neutrino and a positron.

As soon as the positron encounters an electron on its path, they attract each other and finally annihilate, transforming all their mass into energy (2 entangled gamma photons at 0.511MeV), following E=mc^2.

I'll film the process in the next weeks.
Use headphones for best listening experience.

Sound generation: Shuttle Endorphin.es synthesizer.
MCA software written on Cycling '74 Max/MSP

Dedicated to the memory of Iannis Xenakis."

Friday, May 29, 2020

Hardwave Modular Synth Streaming Live Tour - Akihiko Matsumoto 05/27/2020


Published on May 28, 2020 Akihiko Matsumoto

"Akihiko Matsumoto Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/6U3idr...

Sequence: Ableton Live, Cycling'74 Max/MSP, 2hp Euclid, 2hp TM
Mix: Ableton Live
CV Converter: 2hp MIDI, Expert Sleepers ES-3
Drums: Ableton
Synth1: Braids - Morpheus
Synth2: General CV
Synth3: Disting mk4 - Curtis Filter
Synth4: Roland D-05
Bass: Piston Honda mk3 - MFB 24db VCF SED
Guitar: Ableton
Noise1: One - afterneath - viol ruina
Noise2: Wogglebug - afterneath - viol ruina
Noise3: benjolin - wogglebug - MATHS - Manis Iteritas - afterneath - viol ruina
Noise4: MATHS - wogglebug - afterneath - viol ruina

Effect: Custom M4L on Ableton
MIDI Controller: novation LAUNCH CONTROL XL, ROLI BLOCKS Lightpad M
Reverb: NI Raum
Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (Zeiss Batis 25mm F2.0)"

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Meet And maX Virtual Meetup - Modular Synthesizer Graphical Programming Discussion Livestream


Published on Apr 21, 2020 Perfect Circuit

"Join our first ever virtual Meet And maX—a community gathering dedicated to Cycling 74 Max, a powerful graphic programming environment that works with a variety of media, from sound to video, to 3D graphics, to physical computing, and more.

Max lets you connect anything to anything, and we put together Meet and maX to connect all of you. In our inaugural livestream we will host a pretty diverse group of Max folks, including Darwin Grosse and Dan Derks from Cycling 74, independent developer and artist Dillon Bastan, MIDI whiz and current meetup host Aaron Levitz, as well as Perfect Circuit maxers Ryan Gaston, and Eldar Tagi.

We will be talking about building plugins in max for live, using Max for interactive livestreams, hardware integration, and a bunch of other things. Tune in to the stream and bring questions."

Monday, March 23, 2020

Hardwave Modular Synth Set 001


Published on Mar 23, 2020 Akihiko Matsumoto

Hardwave Playlist for Spotify https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4JX...
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Sequence: Ableton Live, Cycling'74 Max/MSP, 2hp Euclid, 2hp TM
Mix: Ableton Live
CV Converter: 2hp MIDI, Expert Sleepers ES-3
Drums: Ableton
Synth1: Braids - Morpheus - Curtis Filter
Synth2: General CV
Synth3: Disting mk4
Bass1: Piston Honda mk3 - MFB 24db VCF SED
Guitar: Ableton
Noise1: One - afterneath
Noise3: benjolin - wogglebug - MATHS - Manis Iteritas - afterneath - viol ruina
Noise4: MATHS - wogglebug - afterneath - viol ruina

Effect: Custom M4L on Ableton
MIDI Controller: novation LAUNCH CONTROL XL, ROLI BLOCKS Lightpad M
Reverb: NI Raum
Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (Nokton 40mm F1.4)
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Music by Akihiko Matsumoto - https://akihikomatsumoto.com"

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Modular Synth Generative Improvisation Set vol.186 - Akihiko Matsumoto


Published on Jan 24, 2020 Akihiko Matsumoto

Bandcamp - https://akihikomatsumoto.bandcamp.com/
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Sequence: Ableton Live, Cycling'74 Max/MSP, 2hp Euclid, 2hp TM
Mix: Ableton Live
CV Converter: 2hp MIDI, Expert Sleepers ES-3
Drums: Ableton
Synth1: Braids - Morpheus - Curtis Filter
Synth2: General CV
Bass1: Piston Honda mk3 - MFB 24db VCF SED
Bass2: Disting mk4 - MFB 24db VCF SED
Guitar: Ableton
Noise1: One
Noise2: Plaits
Noise3: benjolin - wogglebug - MATHS - Manis Iteritas
Noise4: wogglebug - MATHS - benjolin - Geiger Counter

Effect: Custom M4L on Ableton
MIDI Controller: novation LAUNCH CONTROL XL, ROLI BLOCKS Lightpad M
Reverb: NI RC24
Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (Zeiss Batis 85mm F1.8)"

Friday, November 29, 2019

Type To Rhythm Machine Black Friday Livestream


Published on Nov 29, 2019 Perfect Circuit

"Type to Rhythm Machine is an interactive live stream that converts YouTube chat messages into musical patterns using synthesizers in our Burbank, CA showroom. Join in on the chat and watch as your messages turn into sound! Check out our Signal article about how to interact with the Type to Rhythm Machine: https://www.perfectcircuit.com/signal...

Type to Rhythm Machine uses a Moog Grandmother for basslines, a Behringer RD-8 for drums, Roland JU-06A for pads, an Erica Pico System III for leads, and a Make Noise Mimeophon for background ambience and sound effects. We're using some node.js tricks and Cycling '74's Max 8 to convert text into meaningful musical phrases, and SSL's SiX desktop console ties together all the sounds to send along to the stream.

Take a break from your Black Friday shopping and make some noise!

Check out our Black Friday sale here: https://www.perfectcircuit.com/sale
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