Device Details

Device Overview

Name/Version: Tombola Sequencer 1.0
Author: joelpowell  
Description: Introducing Tombola sequencer for Ableton.

Perfect for creating semi-random sequences.

Play in midi to drop notes into the tombola - up to 64.

Includes all parameters from the OP-1:

- Speed
- Mass (bounciness)
- Gravity
- Shape

All can be automated in Ableton.

Designed to work well in conjunction with Ableton's midi effects such as pitch and velocity for altering the output of the device.

Things to bear in mind:

- Make sure you use a low audio buffer size in Ableton preferences to ensure a high frame rate
- Balls can occasionally escape the tombola when moving at extreme speeds (this appears to be a limitation of jit.phys but feel free to comment a solution if you have one).

Many thanks to Federico Foderaro (Amazing Max Stuff), Rob Ramirez and Dillon Bastan for their help!

A lot of work has gone into this so I hope you enjoy it!

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Device Details

Downloads: 4373
Tags sequencer, utility, other
Live Version Used: 11.1.5
Max Version Used: 8.2.2
Date Added: Jun 07 2022 09:27:23
Date Last Updated: Sep 04 2022 15:24:48
Average Rating (10) 5
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Device Type: midi_device
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License (more info): None

Device Files

Device File: Tombola.amxd
 


Comments

super cool stuff ! Thanks for sharing

Never knew I needed this but heck yeah! Thanks for making this dude :)

Excellent idea. I am thrilled we get this new device in our toolbox, thanks to you, Joel.

Two great devices. Stepper and this! Getting it.

Wow!!!

You did such an amazing job!

Idk if this is too much to ask, but a resizable/floating popout window (so you can have the device on screen while doing other stuff, or even for just looking at the graphic!) would be such an amazing addition. do you think that is possible?

-Alex (AYA)

So cool, thanks for sharing this

Assolutamente geniale. Genius! Thanks!

It's a lot of fun to use and looks beautiful. Thanks for releasing it for free!

Such a great device, and very well designed! Thanks for sharing this.

What folder do i need to put this in to use it in ableton? sorry im new

Super fun! Thank you.

John Selway reviewed this in a 343 Labs video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHrk_kVXw0E

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