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Devices by alkman

Vbap Doppler Panner Version 1.1.5
Vbap Doppler Pong Delay Version 1.1
open file Version 1.1
visualiser Version 1.0
ml.Distance Version 1.2
Euclidean sequencer Version 1.1
Euclidean sequencer Pro Version 1.0

Total Downloads: 36,846

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@oidar please send me an email

@justinr3 Hi there, please send me an email here:

@sanamok thanks for the feedback. I am looking into this, a fix will be out next week. @oidar Hi there. The "hiccup" occurs because M4L tries to update a lot of parameters at the same time. All time-critical parameters are updated first and then all UI elements update in lower priority. So if you see this hiccup it's only present for the graphical elements. It all depends on how fast your CPU can handle it. CPU load depends on many factors(buffer size, sampling rate, and CPU model of course). If you need any further help please send me an email(you can find it in the gumroad receipt).

@Jurgen11 Sorry to hear that. Which ableton version are u using? Most likely it has to do with the bundled max version ableton comes with. Please make sure that you have ableton 10.1.2 or later.

@Drewskee thanks a lot.
Random will be per channel-voice.
Midi routing per voice is also coming soon.

@dcrandall Preset automation and mapping is already activated in version 1.1 which came out 2 days ago. Shuffle and random automation are coming on the next update.

@johannesastrup Thanks for reaching out and pointing the issue.
I confirm the issue is present on live 10.1.30.
A free update is coming out with a fix.

@Marlon4life. The tempo is already relative to the track's tempo

@xavieri please send me an email here

@Livinglivefree please update your Ableton version to 10.1.2 or hm later. As it is stated in the description this device requires a newer version of M4L.

@gannok push integration is coming soon.

@weswook I would like to implement this too, but unfortunately, Ableton does not support internally separate midi channels. This is more of a design flaw. You can read more about it here

@melnikalex0 what is the exactly the problem you’re facing?

@toddburbo . Bummer! I am not sure I understand exactly what is wrong. This is a midi device so it is not producing any sound but only midi information. Try to deactivate the “midi” button and let me know if you see any notes at the output of the device.

Hi @hzd
Thanks for reaching out and reporting the bug. An updated version with a fix and some new features is coming soon.

@2v909 Make sure you deactivate the "MIDI" button. If enabled the device will output note when it receives a midi note from a clip or an armed track

@cvpines and @solarpavilion. I am sorry for the inconvenience but this device requires Ableton 10.1.2 or later. It is clearly stated in the description. Please contact me through Gumroad for a refund

@benaben. Are your sure your sequence have 8 steps? I cannot recreate the same problem on my system.

@ mariodance . Sorry to hear about that. Which version of ableton live are you using exactly?

@mjk3423 You can do that with the standard way of recording MIDI notes! Create new midi track --> Select as MIDI input the output that the sequencer is on --> arm the track --> record a new MIDI clip

You can also use the incoming notes as live input for another instrument

@RodSerlingsAshTray I've never seen that before. Which ableton and max for live version are you using?

@Benaben . Bear in mind that one full cycle on a euclidean sequencer does not correspond to 1 full bar. The duration of the sequence depends on the length(steps) of the sequence. You can simply test that everything is in sync by doing the same thing as before but this time make a sequence of 8 steps and set the "playback" to 8n. Everything should come in sync at the beginning of every bar! Let me know if you still struggle with it

@don70 . Make sure you deactivate the "MIDI" button. If enabled the device will output note when it receives a midi note from a clip or an armed track

@ alkinganng Thanks for the feedback. It's a good idea

@nulcearsugar, thanks !

@Crampe. Did you route the output channels?

Are you on mac or windows? what version of Ableton and M4L are you using?