Device Details


Overview

Name | Version: modPack 1.0
Author: darkInteger
Device Type: MIDI Effect
Description: You can use these devices for modulating parameters inside Ableton Live. These devices has outputs for modulating parameters but has inputs too to receive modulation signals from other devices, this opens up new possibilities to build your own modulation system.

Devices /in alphabetical order/:

adsr /audio & midi device/
clockedGate /audio & midi device/
combiner /audio & midi device/
envFollower /audio device/
fader /audio & midi device/
fold /audio & midi device/
lfo /audio & midi device/
logics /audio & midi device/
midiMap /midi device/
msGate /audio & midi device/
multDelay /audio & midi device/
multiMult /audio & midi device/
noteGate /midi device/
probs /audio & midi device/
reMapper /audio & midi device/
router2 /audio & midi device/
router4 /audio & midi device/
s&h /audio & midi device/
scope /audio & midi device/
scopeWide /audio & midi device/
select2 /audio & midi device/
select4 /audio & midi device/
slew /audio & midi device/
stepMapper /audio & midi device/
stepper /audio & midi device/
values /audio & midi device/

User manual:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MPjKIHbp4jr_ENEfTF6jxPS1mXut5lFp/view?usp=sharing

Details

Live Version Used: 10.1.18
Max Version Used: 8.1.5
Date Added: May 03 2022 17:38:51
Date Last Updated: No Updates
Downloads: 0
Website:

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https://darkinteger.gumroad.com/l/modpack
License: Commercial
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Comments

oh! this looks just like the playground I was wishing for... :)))
This is it, like this is it....you have nailed it! Take my money all day long, you've completed Ableton live!
I just got around to buying this and I have to say, it's beyond anything else I've tried within the modulation arena for Ableton. Reminds me a lot of modular. It's epic.
Just purchased this pack and really like it, however I think there's something wrong with the 'values' module. I mapped a 'clockedGate' 1 output to random trigger on 'a' 'values', each output of 'values' then mapped those to three separate 'multiMulti' (only two inputs provided, please make another one for six in future updates), then mapped those outputs to a 'scopeWide' for testing.

I also mapped the second 'clockedGate' with a different time division to 'b' values 'random' trigger.

Here's the issue: When selecting 'a' or 'b' on 'values' only the first three values change in sync to the time divisions. If I have a time division of a whole note mapped to 'a' and a quarter mapped to trigger 'b', all the values should be normalized to each time division when on each selection? A, B, C, D, E, or F? With the above mappings, only the first three inputs seem to sync on each selection.

This is kinda confusing but I hope it makes sense and can be recreated. Maybe I'm doing some thing wrong? If there was an email address to send a screen capture or rack, I'd be more than happy to send.

Great pack though, very useful, hope it gets fleshed out more.
Maybe this short video will help? https://youtu.be/49GP_ExyHxw
I believe I've figured it out...think I'm getting my mapping numbers crossed with label numbers. Also, I just modded a few of them to suite my needs, adding more selects, etc. They're really a great set of tools!
Does everything work in Live12?

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