This area contains various information on patches for Cycling-74 Max/MSP/Jitter. Please see the Metamusic area for more information on prior audio designs. Some of these are also described as projects and tools for Cycling'74 on its website, http://cycling74.com.
- Created: 11/23/14
- (Updated: 11/24/14)
Recent advances in Efficient Polynomial Transition Region (EPTR) algorithms provide remarkable performance and quality. Here is a new EPTR pulse oscillator with variable pulse width, FM, and sync. It offers exceptionally well-defined harmonic bands, and low noise between them, providing astonishingly pure square waves that closely resemble vintage analog hardware, with extended frequency response up to MIDI F7 at 44.1kHz and MIDI F8 at 96 kHz. Here also is a unique design that improves the quality of sawtooth and variable-width triangle waves.
New Pulse Oscillator Improves Quality across the Spectrum
Read more: Antialiased Oscillators
- Created: 10/12/14
- (Updated: 10/18/14)
Godel 2 includes a standard 2-oscillator FM subtractive synthesis engine, built entirely in gen~, with Yofiel's standard additional features such as multiple tracking modes, modulation matrix, and effects. The Godel arpeggiator plays notes in the same order played, with chords added during real-time play and/or to the arpeggiation at variable intervals.The polyphonic arpeggiation sequence is saved with the preset.
Read more: Godel 2 in Beta
- Created: 05/07/14
- (Updated: 06/03/14)
An extension to the 7-segment GEN envelope example providing retrigger and consistent exponential shaping of each segment slope across different duration values. The retrigger occurs when the envelope is already on and it receives a new gate-on signal. A brief release tapers the prior envelope to 0 over 5 milliseconds, to prevent clicking, before starting the new envelope afresh.
Read more: ADSR Envelope
- Created: 10/12/13
- (Updated: 11/27/13)
This is the Cycling'74 Max code for a basic waveform generator in the Gen environment. It creates sine, sawtooth, and square waves that are synced with each other, as shown in the picture.
Read more: Waveform Generator
- Created: 09/20/14
- (Updated: 11/03/14)
This is a gen~ implementation of the 2/4-pole mixing state-variable filter with variable saturation, based on the core filter implementation in the 2-Osc instrument for Reaktor 5.9. Resonance is not gain compensated at higher Q values.
Read more: 2/4-Pole Saturating State-Variable Filter
- Created: 11/21/13
- (Updated: 06/02/14)
A dual-channel version of Polyvoice 2, with a split keyboard and two synth preset panels, is now prototyped in Ula 1.2. I learned quite a bit about resets while making this, so I'll post some details about it over the next week.
Read more: Polyvoice Duo Prototype
- Created: 08/17/12
- (Updated: 11/27/13)
TOI is a harmonic delay with two integrated VST client interfaces. Quality harmonization is CPU intensive, so it runs as a standalone application. It is currently compiled for Win32 and has completed beta one testing. Yofiel seeks established US companies for code integration. The UI and controls are entirely flexible and will be modified to the partner's requirements.
Read more: TOI Harmonic Delay
- Created: 06/08/14
- (Updated: 06/08/14)
First, here is a standard audio limiter. which clamps output on signals over unity gain. it has 100ms sampling response, and a 5ms integrator on the gain control signal to prevent clicks when it adjusts the output volume.
Read more: Fast-Response Limiter
- Created: 10/31/13
- (Updated: 11/29/13)
Polyvoice 2.0 is a complete, multichannel, polyphonic voice controller, supporting multiple channels inside a single poly~ object. With it, each voice in the poly~ object can receive different channel messages, in the same way as in multichannel MIDI keyboards and GMIDI 1.0 instruments. Any channel can play any number of voices in a single poly~ object. Each note issued to the poly~ object can make a different sound, simply by sending it to a different channel.
Read more: Polyvoice 2.0 Channel Controller
Ula is a demonstration of how to use token-ring network theory for message routing in Max.
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