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Re: Need advice for costumizable GUI monitoring software
i can build it for you in max and you can run it with max runtime,
which is free.
email me off list and we can talk specs.
On Jan 5, 2006, at 3:23 PM, Per Boysen wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> Speaking about computers:
> I'm currently setting up a live-looping environment in Ableton Live
> and realizing that I may be running into problems because I can't
> see what's going on with all my parameters. So now I'm looking for
> a software utility that will let me fabricate small buttons that
> show the state of different parametes. Like for example, I'm
> sending MIDI Note Number 9 to freeze a loop. Next time I send the
> same note the loop is unfreezed and new audio input can be layered
> into the spin. When working four such loops at the same time it
> becomes hard to keep track of which loops are open and which are
> freezed at a certain moment. So I need some sort of graphical
> indicator (simply shifting from green to red on the passing of a
> defined MIDI event). I know you can make such things in MAX, but I
> think it's a bit overkill to buy max only for a little graphical
> monitoring. Any tips?
> Using both OS X and Windows XP and I might need this kind of
> utility on both systems.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.looproom.com (international)
> www.boysen.se (Swedish)
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