Ableton m4l Tutorial – Modulate Anything With Max for Live

This a is a quick look at how you can modulate any Ableton Live device parameter, dubstep style, with Max for Live.

via eameres2:

Add as many LFOs (low frequency oscillators) to Operator, or any other device as you like!

9 thoughts on “Ableton m4l Tutorial – Modulate Anything With Max for Live

  1. It is really nice to see a free tutorial for this after that debacle last month, of someone trying to capitalize on the code.

    Thanks for sharing this, (Random Synthtopia editor – you guys really need to add your bylines). This looks like a pretty inspiring way to get into M4L.

  2. Oh, never mind, I found the thread. This patch was way too easy to charge money for. I did draw some inspiration and a small bit of very generic commons license code from another patch by synnack. You can find both of ours, as well as other LFO devices on http://www.maxforlive.com

  3. Oh, never mind, I found the thread. This patch was way too easy to charge money for. I did draw some inspiration and a small bit of very generic commons license code from another patch by synnack. You can find both of ours, as well as other LFO devices on http://www.maxforlive.com

  4. Oh, never mind, I found the thread. This patch was way too easy to charge money for. I did draw some inspiration and a small bit of very generic commons license code from another patch by synnack. You can find both of ours, as well as other LFO devices on http://www.maxforlive.com

  5. Oh, never mind, I found the thread. This patch was way too easy to charge money for. I did draw some inspiration and a small bit of very generic commons license code from another patch by synnack. You can find both of ours, as well as other LFO devices on http://www.maxforlive.com

  6. Oh, never mind, I found the thread. This patch was way too easy to charge money for. I did draw some inspiration and a small bit of very generic commons license code from another patch by synnack. You can find both of ours, as well as other LFO devices on http://www.maxforlive.com

  7. Oh, never mind, I found the thread. This patch was way too easy to charge money for. I did draw some inspiration and a small bit of very generic commons license code from another patch by synnack. You can find both of ours, as well as other LFO devices on http://www.maxforlive.com

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