Device Details

Device Overview

Name/Version: MIDI Hack Pro 1.4
Author: ldmdevices  
Description: A probability-based semi-generative multi midi effect unit.

Each slider controls the probability of each midi note going through a particular filter. The filters include -

* chance of the note being played
*pitch change
*octave shift
*note repeater
*arpeggiator

There are further controls for the variables of these filters, as well as a note delay dial and velocity randomize amount. The note repeater has now been expanded to include velocity ramp controls, 10 different repeat speeds, and probability control for each speed.

Also included is a sequencer to bypass any filters so particular sections of midi signals can come through unmodified. Another sequencer controls sending the audio to up to 3 Return Tracks in Live. Both of these sequencers have variable length and speed.

The Block section will prevent notes either coming into or out of the device.

Overall device output can be set to a number of modes and scales and the notes limited to a set range.

A demonstration can be seen here - https://vimeo.com/216324791

v1.2 -Now 10 repeat speeds with probability control and ramp settings.
v1.3 - Swing setting added
v1.35 - bug fixes - bypass/sends sequencer, UI update
v1.4 - small update for the delay to affect the repeated and arped notes
 

Device Details

Tags sequencer, effect, glitch, other, m4lhackevent
Live Version Used: 9.7
Max Version Used: 7.2.4
Date Added: May 05 2017 13:30:48
Date Last Updated: Jun 05 2017 16:14:37
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link) http://ldmdesign.org/midi-hack-pro/
License (more info): Commercial


Comments

Nice explanation of the device.
http://www.selectmytutor.co.uk/subject-english.html

I'm actually an English teacher lol
You may have a point, but really? so snarky?

I'm also trying to make a new video for version 1.4, but having issues with my video editing software just now. Check the video above for the basic idea

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