midiVolve new pack

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ivarin
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midiVolve new pack

Post by ivarin » Fri Jul 07, 2017 3:29 pm

hello guys,

so with this new midivolve pack, what you think about that?
maybe someone has already tried that?

cheers

maky355
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Re: midiVolve new pack

Post by maky355 » Sat Jul 08, 2017 8:49 am

ivarin wrote:hello guys,

so with this new midivolve pack, what you think about that?
maybe someone has already tried that?

cheers
Seems very interesting. Looking for reviews as well. Anyone?

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Re: midiVolve new pack

Post by Stromkraft » Sat Jul 08, 2017 12:25 pm

ivarin wrote:hello guys,
so with this new midivolve pack, what you think about that?
maybe someone has already tried that?
No, but you could have pointed out it's by Matt Black and Jonathan More!: MidiVolve
Make some music!

SteveArch
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Re: midiVolve new pack

Post by SteveArch » Mon Jul 10, 2017 10:28 am

I bought it at the weekend, Looks interesting but I could do with a manual.

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Re: midiVolve new pack

Post by koranek » Mon Jul 10, 2017 3:23 pm

I've spent a couple of hours with this and I'm very pleased. The Max device is a very good solution to randomizing/humanizing. I thought the instruments that came with it would just be fluff addons, but I'm pleased to be wrong about that.

One way to judge something is by how much time gets lost when you are exploring it. Both times I expected to play around for a few minutes and looked up an hour later.

This might be the best purchase I've made in a while.

Agree about the manual. There is a lot of information in the Live Help View, but a manual would be nice.
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Re: midiVolve new pack

Post by maky355 » Tue Jul 11, 2017 7:04 pm

koranek wrote:I've spent a couple of hours with this and I'm very pleased. The Max device is a very good solution to randomizing/humanizing. I thought the instruments that came with it would just be fluff addons, but I'm pleased to be wrong about that.

One way to judge something is by how much time gets lost when you are exploring it. Both times I expected to play around for a few minutes and looked up an hour later.

This might be the best purchase I've made in a while.

Agree about the manual. There is a lot of information in the Live Help View, but a manual would be nice.
Thanks for review - appreciated

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Re: midiVolve new pack

Post by ikeaboy » Thu Jul 27, 2017 10:38 pm

The way it takes in the playing clip works very smoothly. I used it on two channels of a track I'm working on, to mutate a bass pattern (I used its mapping function to modulate the attack of two osc FM over a sub and created note variations too- schweet!) and I used it on a drum track with the pitch evolve at zero and other values higher. Love it, very useful. I'd love a manual and move accessible probability parameters, but you did use the space very well for all the parameters it has. I'm only scratching the surface.

It's up there with Time Sting and Knobulator as my all time max favourites.

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Re: midiVolve new pack

Post by Stromkraft » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:51 pm

MidiVolve Tutorial in 5 parts by Ahead of Our Time.
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