MIDI Machines is a collection of 5 Max4Live devices to spur creativity and new ways of making music. They each process MIDI in unusual and interesting ways, to rework exiting MIDI tracks or create completely news ones. They're on offer as a bundle with more than 50% of the RRP if bought independently. Links and descriptions for them are below:
Create a rhythmic accent for any incoming MIDI or MIDI Clip. Flip up drum beats, alter the emphasis on percussion patterns, and give a lead section new life. Comes with a built-in sequencer, pattern memories and a boost mode to intensify existing MIDI velocities.
Do you like the AFX Mode on the Novation Bassstation 2? Well now you have a similar effect for any MIDI synth! Assign up to 4 CCs across the keyboard note range for wild fluctuations of sounds - with a cascading feature to slide between values at custom speeds.
A unique pitch bend sequencer which will revolutionise any incoming MIDI- ideal for lead parts but incredible for creating basslines! Extensive timing features, play modes and interaction with any hardware or software synth/sampler - it has to be heard to be believed!
The famous ractheting technique in all its glory, housed within a simple step sequencer. Forget programming hi hats and repetitive MIDI notes , Metrostep does it for you automatically! Super simple to set up and assign to a note, and away you go!
Type in any ASCII characters into the on-board text box and this sequencer will play them as MIDI notes! An intriguing device to try out melodies form your phone number, your name, or anything you can imagine. Incredibly simple to play, you'll find melodies in everyday digits!
Head over to Gumroad for more information: https://midierror.gumroad.com/l/midimachines
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