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Lissajous

Designer: Sineraw

To purchase Lissajous visit the release page.

Lissajous is a real-time audio reactive graphics application (available as Standalone or MaxForLive) built in Max/MSP and inspired by the work of Jules Antoine Lissajous.

The media project is born with the purpose of investigating the relationship between sound and vision, chaos and order, closely related to astronomy, mathematics & physics. It explores the field of harmony and disorder and let the user dip into an elegant, dreamlike, minimalistic yet chaotic space which reflects the complex rules of the universe in all its abstract beauty.

The software shows sound oscillations as XY matrix functions and creates complex graphics curves. Lissajous graphically describes sound and allow observation of constantly varying signal voltage of two audio signals as function of time. Video generated by sound can be controlled in endless ways by giving to the user the possibility of a whole-new range of interactions.

Operating System: PC Windows or Mac computer (not ipad or iphone).

For more information, manual and demo videos please visit the release page.


L-Scope

 

L-Scope

Designer: Sineraw

L-Scope is a real-time audio visualizer that works within M4L and acts like an oscilloscope in XY mode and reacts with any given audio input signal. It comes as part of the Lissajous standalone & M4L bundle.


Ambient

Ambient

Designer: Christopher Hipgrave | Graphic Artist: Mike Podolak
Price: £10

Mac version
PC version

 

Ambient is a unique ambient soundscape generator capable of producing a vast array of audio textures, from the bizarre to the beautiful. It works by processing any sound you care to load into it. The possibilities are endless.

Ambient is a multi-effect standalone software module featuring:

  • Granular sampler with random pitch function
  • Amplitude envelope with a trigger speed control
  • Three pitch shift controls for adding extra layers
  • Tape delay
  • Multi-mode filter
  • Ambient reverb
  • MIDI learn

For more information & sound demos please visit the release page.


M4L-Bulbs

M4L-Bulbs

Designer: Szymon Kaliski
Price: £10

 

All platforms

 

M4L-Bulbs is pack of five Max 4 Live plugins that work inside Ableton Live. They are designed to provide the quick creation of interesting sounds using a technique called spectral processing. Sound is treated like a video stream, processed,
and then turned back into audio.

M4L Bulbs includes five plugins:

  • Convolver
  • Distancer
  • Slower
  • Slider
  • Spectral Filter

For more information please visit the release page.


Sophia

Sophia

Designer: x|k
Free download

 

Download PC version

 

Sophia excels in creating intriguing ambiences and modulated sound effects. The initial sound generation results from the accumulation of 4 oscillators and a sub-harmonic wave table. Multiple stages of delay and reverb combine with various low pass / band pass filtering controlled by an LFO network. In addition, two separate low pass filters are after the output stage of channels 1/3 2/4 respectively.

All sound processing & signal generation is connected to the master LFO network (parameter blast-m). The LFO network makes it easy to modulate any key parameter without using external MIDI controller modulation. However, all of ABV4 Sophia's parameters are controllable via MIDI control change messages.


AB-VSTi

AB-VSTi

Designer: x|k
Free download

 

Download PC version

 

ABVSTI is a virtual studio synth. This sound generator is designed to plug into your studio environment and deliver some Audiobulb acoustic elements.

The ABVSTI responds to midi-control data for parameter automation and patch changes. The Audiobulb inspired control parameters are as follows:

  • Bttack (cc 73 - attack): A weak attack modulation on the ASDR but also tied to the portamento, so tweak for acid-room.
  • Eecay (cc 75 - decay): Tied to the Decay, Sustain and Release, also tied to an kind of added in VCF thing.
  • Filter (cc 74 - filter): A basic lowpass, the resonance is tied to something else but if you need more signal pump up the volume.
  • Volume (cc 07 - volume): The only way to turn down the noise however the volume level also seems to effect the way Disastrato, Room, and Prhizzm, Something, & Legs respond.
  • Something (cc 13 - fx control 2): Something subtle, tied into the delay mech.
  • Legs (cc 70 - sustain): Delay feedback time dial, however the parameter is also modified by, Disastrato and I think either Room, or Prhizzm as well.
  • Disastrato (cc 71 - resonance): An osc/lfo that has some great sounds when changing the disaster ratio.
  • Room (cc 72 - release): Brings in some FM, but the Disastrato/Room/Prhizzm sound is all inter-related and effect each other.
  • Prhizzm (cc 01 - mod wheel): More Prhizzm gets you up into wave like tones, pull back on Prhizzm to get some more almost melodic loops, the sustain from the played notes tends to meld together and add more musical base for the loops.
  • Emma (cc 12 - fx control 1): A combined ring-type feature that is after the filter stage, also after the delay stage, and you can get nice ringy drones out of Emma, however Emma responds directly to Disastrato + Room.
  • Prhizzm, as the combined forces of these parameters = Emma.