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Device Overview

Name/Version: Note Follower 1.3
Author: zaSLON  
Description: Note Follower 1.3 converts incoming notes into frequency automation and lets you map that automation to any device, even a VST plugins. You are able to set the boundaries of the filter frequencies so that it coincides with the boundaries of the device. Also, you can shift octave or smooth automation.


v 1.3
- Map button is resetting its state after Set reloading - fixed
- Automation jumps to the previous note when the current note send off - fixed

v 1.2
- Pitch bend support added
- Performance improvements

v 1.1
- The first public release

Device Details

Tags effect, utility, other, hardware, m4lhackevent
Live Version Used: 10
Max Version Used: 8
Date Added: May 27 2019 14:45:33
Date Last Updated: Jun 24 2019 08:04:42
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link)
License (more info): Commercial


Hi, just bought it and it's a great device! Feature request: allowing the frequency range to go into negative numbers so I can use it to track Ableton's frequency shifter/ring mod for tuned audio rate modulation. That would be amazing!

Hey @KalanSorion, thank you for your support! No problem. Will be added in the next update, probably on the next week.

Hey I just got this device as well and would love for it to be compatible with the frequency shifter as stated above! Thanks for designing this plugin, its been something I've been looking for for a long time!

If possible, could you add a mode where it repeats the same frequency ranges of a single octave no matter what octave the input key is from? This would be for useful with plugins/effects whose freq. ranges are very small or for mapping each note cyclically to non-frequency related parameters.
Basically inputting any C1, C2, C3 will all yield the same frequency outputs and so on.

I also would like to say it works on my copy of Live 9 if anyone else is wondering! The UI is a little off but it works fine!

Thanks again!

- John

Hey John! Thank you for your support! Great idea! I'll add this to my list and will add that functionality ASAP. As for Live 9, unfortunately, I have no possibility to check my device in Live 9 for now, but I'm glad that device works fine (even with some UI bugs) thank you for the feedback!

Best wishes.

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