Von: David Hirst via cec conference
Datum: Mon, 27 May 2019
Betreff: [cec-c] NES Max for Live
I have ported over a selection of the NES-Tools and NES-Spectrale suites as Max for Live devices. See:
The NES-Tools suite processes audio in the time domain and NES-Spectrale suite processes the FFT representation of sound in the frequency domain.
Most of the Max for Live devices function as audio signal processors, but two of them process the FFTs of sounds, and one functions as a granular production instrument. Only tested with Mac and Ableton Live 10 and Max 8.
Read the PDF for acknowledgements, how to’s, etc. I’ll be talking about this stuff, and having a piece played using the devices, at the Australasian Computer Music Conference in July at Monash Uni in Melbourne.
Associate Professor David Hirst, PhD | Honorary Principal Research Fellow
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music | Faculty of Fine Arts and Music
The University of Melbourne, Victoria 3010 Australia
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