Introducing Midular, a set of MIDI effects built in Max for Live


Midular is my latest venture into MIDI processing software, built in the Max for Live environment. The modules can be chained together in a modular fashion to form any number of effect chains. Used in isolation, they can act as problem solvers, such as quantizing notes in real-time, repeating incoming notes, or sequencing incoming notes. By chaining several modules together, one can create a vast array of different MIDI processing chains that can be used to support various forms of algorithmically aided composition. Here’s a conceptual sketch I made early on, before actual work on the modules began:

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Initial versions of the first set of modules were demoed at the 2014 MIDIHACK hackathon, which was held in Stockholm, Sweden, the 17-18th of May. Following this event I have continued work on the modules, and think they have now reached a stage where they are ready for public consumption. Head on over to my github page to download and read more about the modules.