So there has been a lot of work with getting the launchpad running on linux.
We talked about it a couple years ago and there has been some really cool advancements that I wanted to share with everyone.
ALSA has now supported the Launchpad since V1.0.24 so that’s exciting news! AlSA changelog, the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture is bundled with Ubuntu/Debian desktop versions of Linux.
A homebrew kernel for midi support in Ubuntu “by
Will Scott” get the project at the Launchpadd Google code page.
I thought it would be cool to have a graphic eq display on the launchpad so I built this 8 band graphic EQ. As of now, it has these controls:
1. Adjustable peak filters on each band
2. Individual band volume controls for those unruly frequencies
Download 8BandEQ2.0 for the Novation Launchpad for (Windows).
(forgive the cheap webcam framerate, it actually preforms better then this video can reproduce)
This is version 2.0. I will continue to update and add more features. I hope you enjoy 8bandGraphicEQ for the Launchpad.
I updated my Chords application for the launchpad. I added control using the top row of buttons. and fixed the problem where you had to press each button once to activate them.
Download Chords2.1 for the Novation Launchpad
I will get a mac version out there soon. have fun!
Took me a little bit longer then I expected to get this built, but as promised here is the OSX version of Random7 for the Novation Launchpad. More information and a video of Random7 running on the Launchpad can be found
Download Random7 for the Launchpad (OSX)