Coming Soon To Ableton Live: Buffer Shuffler

Part Of Max For Live      13/09/09

Here's a sneak preview of Buffer Shuffler, a premium audio effect that comes with Cycling '74's Max for Live.

This audio effect "shuffles" incoming audio by buffering the audio, then replaying it in whatever order you've specified. Each channel of the stereo signal can be shuffled with different patterns (unlike Beat Repeat) and there is also a "dice" mode that randomizes the shuffle pattern at each bar crossing. Finally, a smoothing setting limits the amount of clicking at each transition point. Use sensibly to add subtle variations or go full-on to see where it takes you.

Max for Live is a tool kit that can be used to make new devices for Live.

Pricing and Availability

Pricing and ship date for Max for Live are to be announced.

James Lewin
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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
cody    Said...

It could really use the ability to sync to a groove from the groove pool.

14-Sep-09 12:46 AM


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