MLR in Reaktor!

January 7, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

“The original MLR was written in Max/Msp by Brian Crabtree, inventor of the Monome. I have rebuilt his program in another language, Reaktor for many reasons: to best understand how a program works, bottom up; because I would like to see the program have more functionality, and I am more fond/capable of/with Reaktor over Max/Msp; and because Reaktor adds certain features that Max/Msp does not allow for. For one, the ability to use any program created in Reaktor as a VST, automatically in your favorite DAW.

After I am complete advancing the program the way I would like to in Reaktor, I will code it in C as a standalone program.”

opensource collaboration with no regard for national borders or trade agreements. this is grass roots interaction with the aid of the modern world.

mlrV is fundamentally based on brian crabtree’s mlr
it has been REFACTORED by trent gill with assistance from %
see: vimeo.com/2434050

GET IT > docs.monome.org/doku.php?id=mlr:mlrv
monome.org for the latest updates

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