Device Details

Device Overview

Name/Version: PONG Exponential Note Repeater 1.2
Author: cvolm  
Description: Pong is a note repeater that creates exponential or logarithmic repeats. Control the speed of repeats, adjust note decay and velocity, and use the ouput to modulate other devices by mapping it to multiple destinations.

Features:
- Set the initial note value of the repeats
- Define the speed increase and decrease of repeats with an exponential or logarithmic curve
- Control the range between lowest and highest note value
- Adjust the decay of each note in relation to the repeat time
- Visual representation of note repeats
- Increase or decrease velocity during the repeats within a defined velocity range
- Map velocity to multiple destination like aftertouch, pitchbend and CC parameters

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Device Details

Downloads: 730
Tags effect, utility, other, hardware
Live Version Used: 9.6.2
Max Version Used: 7.2.4
Date Added: Dec 16 2016 11:49:20
Date Last Updated: Jan 08 2017 13:55:37
Average Rating (1) 5
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Device Type: midi_device
URL (optional): https://github.com/cvolm/maxforlive
License (more info): None

Device Files

Device File: Pong.amxd
 


Comments

very cool device!

Is it right that it goes farther at 100 curve than it does at -100 curve? At 100 I can get tonal rates but at -100 it's in the rhythmic range.

No, curves behave the same in both directions. But it depends on what you've set as initial speed: If initial is set to 1/4 and maximum at 1/16, then a curve of 50 should take the same time to hit the maximum as it would take a curve of -50 to hit a minimum of 1/4 with initial set to 1/16.

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