Thursday, November 15, 2007
I converted my stoReson patch to a plugin this morning. The results are worthwhile. Here you can see the plugin inserted onto a ProTools mono audio track. The MIDI data (pitch and velocity) from the MIDI track controls the resonator equalisation array (which has been bumped up to 16 instances). The automation curve that can be seen on the audio track is mapped to wet/dry percent. At the start of the region, none of the effect can be heard. As the region plays through, the dry audio material gives way to the stoReson effect. Additionally, a simple delay has been added.
Listen to this example here.
Below you can see the updated Max/MSP patch.