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Username: andrejkobal
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Member since: Mar 23 2020
About andrejkobal: We make unique M4L devices. The new one is called seqMPEror. More about it here -
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Devices by andrejkobal

GranuRise Version 1.2.3.
MPE Visualizer Version 1.0
seqMPEror - a polyphonic MPE gestural sequencer Version 1.0.2.

Total Downloads: 159

Comments by andrejkobal


Yes of course the core i5 or i7 are the minimum requirements. But it works even better on M1 ARM Chips, I'm actually using it on a Mac Mini M1. Hope that helps.

Hi, really a nice concept and it works great when the Ableton buffer size is set to 512, but as soon as I change it to a higher like 1024, the MIDI gets latency. So I was wondering if this could be made to be set dynamically. Thanks!

Yes, this was meant on the website. It should be available in the future update. For now, the solution is to record MIDI/MPE from seqMPEror to another Ableton MIDI track. We will keep you updated.

Hi, thanks for your question. Unfortunately yes. it is still limited to 1 core. Unfortunately, this is a limitation of Ableton Live and we can not do much about it. Anyway, with more recent computers like the Mac M1 and some new windows computers, it runs much better. Anyway, we are planning to optimize even further in future updates.


Yes, you can drag the samples. There is also a unique way to use Live clips as sample sources for GranuRise and switch them on the fly. See here the example -

Another important difference is that GranuRise is this. I'm attaching the text from the readme here: "Ableton Live allocates only 1 CPU core for M4L plugin instances. This means that GranuRise cannot utilize all the available CPU resources of your machine." So currently, the GranuRise performance is better in the Standalone Max version of GranuRise. Hopefully, this will change in the future, and Live will allow more CPU cores for M4L devices. Please note that if you purchase GranuRise, you will get both versions, the standalone and the M4L. Hope that helps.

Hi Arthur,

As explained, this is a limitation because this is an M4l instrument and not an audio effect. Anyway, you can still record your samples directly into the GranuRise granular buffer.

I have made a tutorial which explains how the recording of live input works in the M4L version. Here is the link

Basically, the functionality of the M4L is the same as in the Max version; only the procedure is different.
But as a plus with this system, you get some extra creative options with the Ableton Live Clips (more here

Hope that helps.


Thanks! Glad you like it.