Isotonik Studios, developers of the Circuit editor plugin has announced the release of the Modulation Pack, a collection of Max for Live devices by Javier Salthú aka Noiss COKO.
Followers of our website will know that we’ve been on a mission to collate the best MaxforLive developers and gather them together into the Isotonik Collective. The latest addition to the group is the supremely talented Javier Salthú under the guise of his NOISS COKO imprint.
We’re delighted to bring you details of the first releases through our new web-store, there’s a premium pack for advanced modulation of audio and a smattering of free devices that you’ll find on the site as well.
The Modulation Pack consists of 4 devices designed for advanced modulation of audio:
- AM Module – AM Module can be used to create auto panning, tremolo or amplitude modulation effects. It offers four different modulation waveforms and several ways to determine its frequency, covering a widerange that goes from 0.01 Hz to 12.500 Hz.
- FM Delay – This device is a stereo delay effect that offers individual time control for each channel, including also two oscillators as modulation source for both left and right time values. Time and rate modes allow to express their values using different unit styles: musical notes, note durations (sync) and milliseconds/Hz.
- AM & Delay Chain – The Modulation Pack concludes with a pair of devices called AM Chain & Delay Chain, as MaxforLive devices these work in tandem with the others in the pack.
AM & Delay Chain are audio effects that use layers to modulate or delay audio where values are defined using musical notes. For instance, if the selected note is A3, time will be equal to 2.27 ms or frequency to become 440Hz.
The Modulation Pack is now available for £25.99 GBP.
Beside the new Modulation Pack, Isotonik Studios released also Sempler, a free sequence based sampler device that allows deep improvisation with audio files.
You can use its eight step sequencer to set up parameters and values, that can also be changed manually. Create sample based rhythmic and percussive patterns adjusting the file position, global pitch, fragment size and hold values step by step. Two channels are available, each one with its own buffer and sequence configuration.
Subtract elements by muting or skipping steps and also define the first and last step of the sequence. It has four different playback modes: forward, backward, ping-pong and random; and three speed modes: half, normal and double speed.
Wav and aiff audio formats are completely supported. Other formats like mp3 could cause audio file saving and loading problems when the session is reopened.
Sempler is now available as a free download for Max for Live.
More informations: Isotonik Studios