What is a Max for Live device?
Max for Live is a platform to build your own instruments and effects, tools for live performance and visuals, and much more. You can open up any of Live’s Max devices, see how they’re built, and change them to meet your needs. You can build your own from scratch using the same components.
What does envelope follower do?
from wikipedia: “Envelope follower is the name for a device used in musical electronic environments that detects the amplitude variation during time of an incoming sound and produces a control signal that resembles it. Usually it offers the possibility to modify the attack and the release stages of the input signal.
How do envelope generators work?
A circuit which generates a signal, usually meant to control a voltage controlled amplifier for the purpose of giving dynamic contour to a played note (in other words, providing a rise and fall of the volume of the note).
How does an envelope work?
In sound and music, an envelope describes how a sound changes over time. It may relate to elements such as amplitude (volume), frequencies (with the use of filters) or pitch. For example, a piano key, when struck and held, creates a near-immediate initial sound which gradually decreases in volume to zero.
Where are Max 4 Live devices stored?
Per default downloaded Max for Live devices will be saved in your “downloads” folder of your operating system.
What is Envelope follower?
Video Description: An envelope follower is a module that accepts an incoming audio signal and then creates a control signal based on the amplitude of that incoming signal.
How do I edit Max for Live device?
Start with a fresh project and add an instance of the Max for Live Convolution Reverb device. Open the Max device editor using the small icon to the left of the Hot Swap Preset icons in the top right corner. Step 2: Click on the Freeze/Unfreeze icon at the bottom left of the resulting window to allow editing.