Philip Cunningham

Musician, producer, sound designer, composer and performer.
Posts tagged monome

Finished a quick midi LFO patch for monome today. You “draw” the LFO waveforms on the monome and Pd sends it as midi control information. Get it here.

I decided to create a patch in Pure Data for my live chiptune performance. I wanted to trigger effects & receive visual feedback on the arduinome to avoid having to look at my laptop.

vnois is a step sequencer with built-in synthesis and effects for monome & arduino. I made it as part of a series of Pure Data workshops at A10lab in Peckham, London, led by Oscar Martin and Luca Carrubba. Some parameters can be modulated by the performer, whilst others are controlled by generative processes.

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vnois

This is an audio recording of a performance using vnois for Pure Data. I made vnois (short for very noisy) as part of a series of Pure Data workshops at A10Labs in Peckham, London, led by Oscar Martin and Luca Carrubba. It is a semi-generative step sequencer with built-in synthesis and effects. I performed live with this patch at A10 using my arduinome at the end of the workshops.

mnmewvtbl

mnmewvtbl is a 3-bit by 3-bit waveform editor for monome. The 8 x 8 grid is a representation of an audio waveform, whose shape is controlled by the grid.

http://docs.monome.org/doku.php?id=app:mnmewvtbl

Exploring very simple monome/OSC/Pd connectivity with a simple LED metronome patch thanks to the simple_mlr tutorial.

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