In this second episode of the mini series within With a Little Help from Max for Live we’re going to take a look at two more Max for Live devices from the free Inspired by Nature Live Pack by Dillon Bastan for Live 11. If you haven’t watched part 1 (Vector Grain & Vector Delay) yet, I’d recommend doing this first.
The first one is Vector FM, an FM synthesiser and thus Max for Live MIDI instrument, which also features a particle system like Vector Grain and Vector Delay in part one of the mini series, with each particle representing an Operator oscillator or pair. Bouncy Notes, a MIDI effect, is a gravity-based MIDI sequencer. With each MIDI note played (by you or automatically), a ball is dropped and bounces on the device’s piano roll. Let’s have a look at both devices, their parameters and what we can do with them musically.
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This way for heaps more Max for Live devices & tips.