CamMap & WiiMap – Max for Live Control Devices

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The “Map Library” for Max for Live is a series of devices I have put together over the last while as a bit of a distraction/fun. The options are endless – PitchMap is coming soon!

 

Demo Video

 

WiiMap v0.1

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Download Here (add to your relavent Ableton Live directory)

WiiMap is a simple WiiRemote-based control device for Max for Live. The user may map any axis of a WiiRemote to any available parameters within Ableton Live with great ease. Smooth controller values using the “scale” device parameter (default is 50). Shorter interpolation times are recommended for tighter coupling (control intimacy).

This control device utilises [disis.aka.wiiremote] from http://ico.bukvic.net/Max/, which can be added to your Max directory.

WiiMap can be applied to any MIDI or Audio track within Live.

Initialization Guide:

1) Switch on Bluetooth
2) Hold buttons 1 + 2 together on WiiRemote
3) Click Connect
4) Switch On/Start Metro

 

CamMap v0.1

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Download Here (add to your relavent Ableton Live directory)

CamMap is a simple camera-based control device for Max for Live. The user may map scaled pixel data to any available parameters within Ableton Live with great ease. Shorter interpolation times are recommended for tighter coupling (control intimacy).

This control device utilises [cv.jit.mass] from http://jmpelletier.com/cvjit/, which can be added to your Max directory.

CamMap can be applied to any MIDI or Audio track within Live.

Coming soon: PitchMap v0.1 – Map and morph between pitch contours as a method of performance control using pitch tracking methods in Max/MSP.

Feedback on initial sketches welcome at info at rickygraham dot net. 

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