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Name/Version: Snowflake 1.1
Author: ReachingEquilibrium  
Description: 'Snowflake is a Max MIDI Effect for random CV generation, designed to make every note as unique as a snowflake. Every incoming MIDI note triggers 4 random values to be generated, which can be mapped to parameters in Ableton Live. Snowflake allows transitions between values to be instant, smooth, or ‘elastic’, with intuitive and easy-to-use controls for sculpting your CV output to perfection.'

This is 1 of 4 devices I've made as a uni project, and am now looking for feedback on. All 4 are made to be super quick to use - check the Quick Start section in the manual to get them up and running ASAP. I'm entirely self-taught so any comments are appreciated!

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v1.1:
- Bug fixed where not all controls were showing up for some users.
 

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Live Version Used: 10.1.35
Max Version Used: 8.1.10
Date Added: May 13 2021 07:43:02
Date Last Updated: May 18 2021 07:14:38
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SNwWDIWNCc8bhhV-S1PhC9sOo5dMqOLq/view?usp=sharing
License (more info): AttributionNonCommercialShareAlike


Comments

It may be exactly what I am looking for. But with snowflake, I have an issue on Live 11. There are showing only transition time knobs on the gui. Everything else is just grey background. Your other devices are looking as supposed. I hope it is possible to fix the gui issue. Looking forward to test it and thank you big time for your creativity and passion.
BTW ...very cool and metaphoric name.

PS: As I have started the conversation...A small idea for MotherDucker. It will be nice for some of my situations to have the ability to map the triggers. Just for versatility and fast testing
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eRKA - in the manual you'll find a contact for me, could you email me over a picture of what the greyed out GUI is like in Live 11? I made it in 10, so I can't recreate the issue right now.

Also cheers for the feedback - I originally had the triggers mappable, but ran into the issue that every time the ducker was triggered it would take up space in Ableton's undo history, which made it pretty unusuable. Definitely keeping it in mind though.

Thanks for the quick greyed out fix! :)

It works amazing now. It is a very handy and versatile tool. The Elastic option is interesting to experiment with. I am very grateful.

one of the must have devices for humanizing!:) I'll use it in live acts. outstanding:) thank you !!!!

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