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Username: ndivuyo
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Member since: May 21 2014
About ndivuyo: Enjoy the tools!
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Devices by ndivuyo

form Version 1.0
Tomb Live Version 2.1
Mono Sequencer Lemur layout Version 1.0
ArpP Version 1.0
Grain Hand Version 1.0
Binomial Sequencer Version 1.2
The Padma Version 1.0
fingArp Version 1.0
amBe Version 1.0
Note Mapper Version 1.0
seQ Version 1.0
seq live Version 1.0
amBe II Version 1.0
iota Version 1.2
circuit Version 1.0
g.delay Version 1.0
metamorphosis Version 1.0
traverse Version 1.0
particle Version 1.0
macro studio Version 1.0
MIDI Shaper Version 1.0
Iota Version 2.0
Ext In Envelope Follower Version 1.0
Audio Input Selector Version 1.0
Note Skipper Version 1.0
Beat Lab Instant Sampler Version 1.0
RandParam Version 1.0
Image2Wavetable Version 1.0

Total Downloads: 25,230

Comments by ndivuyo


Oh yea it for crashes me too. This is an older and really inefficient devices of mine. Kind of a fun idea. But yea I probably won't ever be fixing it.... although probably the crash itself is an easy fix, something heavy/conflicting with the startup I guess.

I dunno it was hastily made!! Maybe one day I'll have time to look at it..

This would be a limitation of Audio routing in the Live API currently. I cannot help with that AFAIK :/

It was my first max only device! :)

I wouldn't hold your breath.. it is an old project of mine haha

Hey All I think there was a mistake when freezing and so you don't have the resources to use it!! Please redownload after I upload it again

In response to gkillmaster:

Yes the graphics on the LCD are a little clunky, but I don't think the behavior you are describing is glitchy, unless you have more info! The thing is, when a loop's box (start position) is moved, the playhead won't move the previous position until the start of the next loop. This is to avoid unwanted clicks in the audio. So when you record your movements, it may look glitchy because it is seemingly starting at random places and jumping around maybe, but it is because it won't change position again until the loop ends.

As for changing the speed, I'm sorry if the description mislead you! Yes, stretching playback is a much more involved and different process of DSP with various options, so I didn't implement that in this version (wait until I update iota next time ))
However, you can make a similar effect, although is a little more work. Take a loop, and give it a small loop size (your desired grain size). Record the movement of that loop along an audio segment at your desired speed. Playback of this recording should make that segment of audio sound stretched. Layer it with more loops to add texture.

Hey all sorry I don't look here often!

As for the version confusion: this is because there is a previous version of Iota for the lemur+max, but Ableton didn't want to put out a v2 on their site with no v1 there. Well, v1 is on this site so...
If you're worried whether you have the latest update, check the Ableton site, they should have an update that I think fixed some sample reloading issues.

If you are still having sample loading issues please email me and we can figure it out!

jimlette, the manual can be found at

Hey supermosey, most likely you don't have Max 7 or need to check Ableton is running Max 7 as it's my application (check the preferences). This has so far 100% of the time fixed that issue, and no one who has Max 7 running in Ableton has had that problem. If you are 100% sure Ableton is running Max 7 and still have issues, email me at, don't let your $40 go to waste!

Hmm worked for me, maybe because it only works for me? This?


Hey, because there are other controls grouped with each macro. Try mapping the main 8 macros to 8 Ableton macros (on instrument or audio effect rack)

It's possible the m4l version may crash the first time loading it, but it should work after that. If it keeps persisting then it may not work, it does use a floating window so maybe because of that? (I hear the floating windows are unreliable)

This is awesome! I'm going to try it with lemur, thanks a ton!

Limitations and simplicity give different results, and an arena for sounds unique to that instrument/patch. Yea, you're right they're definitely different, I was just thinking the overall format was similar, it was cool!

Looks great, will have to check it out soon! I thought it was interesting that such a similar patch to mine came out right next to each other haha, I guess we were thinking along the same lines.

Hey apcut,
Sorry about late response, I don't check here often, it's better to email me if you can.

I tried downloading it on a different computer, but it works for me. Were you able to open it? It seems really odd that the jzml wouldn't open, your software seems up to date enough.

email me if it still doesn't work and I'll send you a new version