Intraversal hand-coded these fine M4L plugins for FAUX, a stellar contemporary music piece with tape playback and live audio processing by Leonardo Idrobo Arce which premiered at Musikfestival Bern in 2011. Most of these plugins are inspired by other well-known plugins. Special kudos go to Thomas Resch of zippernoise.net for the tconvolution Max external and to Erik Oña for providing the concept for timbre stamp.
32 delay taps in parallel, each one featuring its own delay time, feedback, bandpass filter (lopass, hipass, Q), level, pan and transposition – this MUST be fun! By the way, this device was also used in the SPHNX/I remix of laFayette’s Heavy Rain.
Take a sample’s timbre (spectral characteristics) and stamp it onto your sound. Or let the sample modulate your sound’s timbre instead. Samples can be speeded up or down. The sample’s playback selection can also be set. Only works when Live’s playback is running! Playback selection is currently buggy in Live 9.
Always missed a simple pitch shifter in Live? This one will do it. Switch between time-based and frequency algorithms (uses gizmo~, latency-prone). Transpose stereo channels independently or linked in semi-tones and cents.
A simple yet latency-prone convolution effect featuring a simple breakpoint envelope and IR reversal. Uses the tconvolution~ external by Thomas Resch. Currently only works in Live 8.
A very nice, not so aggressive sounding form of distortion. Try it if you haven’t already!
Subtle stereo enhancement effect with some tweakable parameters.
Features the same functionality as the Live 9 frequency shifter, minus the frequency shifting, i.e. ring modulation.
A simple level gainer for use in complex signal routing setups.
Very simple test sine device. Caution: instantiates un-muted, so turn down your levels first!
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