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Random7 update for MAC

March 12th, 2009 No comments

Alright it’s finally here the update for mac.  Sorry it took so long.  So test it out and let me know what you think and if you find any bug.  Also if you make any music with Random7 send it this way I would love to see how other people use it.

Random7 Update for MAC

-Miketron

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Random7 Windows Update

February 16th, 2009 No comments

Just updated the Random7 for windows. I added some new features and made it a little bit easier to assign the midi i/o. Check it out and let me know what good and bad. Mac version will be coming soon.

Updated Random7 for Windows

-Miketron

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Random7 Updated…..

December 31st, 2008 5 comments

So I finally got Random7 built for Mac and PC.  You may notice I did update the look of the program as well.  If you want to hear what you can do with Random7 here are some recordings of what we are doing with it.  These are done with one instance of Random7  triggering multiple soft synths in Ableton Live.

Song 1 – By Miketron

Chaos – By James

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(Windows) Random7 & Midi Yoke

(MAC) Random7

If you download the Random7 and make a song with it, email me your name, the song in mp3, and the song title at mike@illuminatedsounds.com.  Then, I’ll post it on a Random7 songs page.

-Miketron

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Christmas + MAX/MSP = Random7

December 26th, 2008 No comments

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So this holiday season I was gifted my very own copy of MAX/MSP, and it is sweet.  While I was playing around with it today, as I was hanging out with the family, I created this fun little application I’m calling Random7.  It is basically a 8 step sequencer that outputs midi by randomly selecting from the 7 notes in the various scales pictured above, and also randomly selects the velocity of each of the notes.  The layout is very simple, the drop down menu lets you select your scale, noteout lets you choose your midi i/o, the start/stop button does just that, the knob adjusts speed, and you can click on any of the red spots to trigger a note manually.  It produces great background music, I like to have it trigger one of my piano soft synths in Ableton via midi yoke.  Now this is my first program written in MAX so it might not be the most effient app yet, but I do plan on digging back into it later on, so if you have any feedback it would be much appreciated.  Also I am new to the building an application process in MAX, so I believe this version will only work on windows systems.  I’ll be posting the Mac version as soon as I figure out how to make it.  Enjoy.

(Windows) Random7 & Midi Yoke

-Miketron

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