Livid Sampler Tutorial

December 15, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Livid Sampler 03 is a basic sampling application designed to work with Livid Controllers. This is a final update to the first release of Livid Sampler, an open-source Max/MSP patch, application, and VST plugin. This is “final,” because it was done in Cycling 74’s Max 4.6 and pluggo, which is no longer sold or supported, and Sampler is also going to evolve into something more sophisticated.
The real reason for this release is to put a fun and simple sampler into the hands of Livid customers that is designed to work instantly with your controller, and hope it sparks some discussion and requests on what it might do in the future. There are a minimum of controls and settings, letting you concentrate on playing, rather than making minute changes. We are planning to release some software using this sampler as the foundation, and we’d love to hear what you would like to do with it, what more you want from it, as well as test the playback mechanism for stability and usefulness. As you think about what you might want to see, keep in mind that we don’t intend for this to replace or compete with software that you already use. We do intend to make a software package that maximizes interactivity, quick production, and musical focus on our controllers and others.

A simple mix using Livid Sampler and the block. I loaded a few samples and figured something out. Samples are from Arthur Lee, Bobby Humphries, Lalo Schifrin, Yellow Magic Orchestra, and a couple other loops I made.

Via Livid Instruments

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