Monday, 8 August 2016

Free Max For Live M4L Packs from SynthesizerWriter

Here is a summary of my latest free MaxForLive 'Echo' effects. As usual, these are all available from MaxForLive.com via the 'Download' buttons in each of the boxes below.

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Missing Echo dark

This echo puts an LFO inside the feedback loop, so the number of echoes changes over time.

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Field Echo dark

This two-stage echo enables you to place echoes in the stereo image: a very 'musical' echo.

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Field Echo

This two-stage echo enables you to place echoes in the stereo image: a very 'musical' echo.

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Delay Delay Echo

Delay Delay is a simple echo with two sections. This is the most basic of my echoes, and my first!

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SpecD

SpecD is a stereo dual-stage pitch-shift/chorus echo, and the 'dark' version of the DDFS echo.

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DDFS

This echo adds frequency shifting inside the feedback loop, hence: Delay Delay Frequency Shift.

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Rnd Echo dark

This echo provides echo times controlled by random noise... Not your ordinary echo effect at all!

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Pan Echo

This echo provides auto-panning of the echo outputs, and so livens up the stereo image.

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These echo effects provide a snapshot of my MaxForLive programming: Delay Delay Echo is a very early 'learning' project, DDFS adds frequency shifting, and SpecD is an experiment to see if 'dark' effects are more popular (and if using something reminiscent of a 1970s Japan naming scheme makes the effect more appealing!). Pan Echo starts to explore what you can do with auto-panning of echoes, whilst Field Echo explores static stereo fields.

Note that whilst there are four 'dark' and four 'ordinary' effects here, both colour variants are not always available - Rnd Echo and Missing Echo are only available in 'dark'.

Finally, two echoes that explore more unusual areas: Rnd Echo provides random echo delay times, whilst Missing Echo lets an LFO control the feedback inside the delays. The experimental nature of these last two means that they will probably be extended, or a new variant will be added at some stage. Maybe eventually I will produce a dual delay with frequency shifting, auto-pan, stereo field, random delay times and LFO controlled feedback...

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