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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.

- b

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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