An arpeggiator with a twist, this Max for Live device lets you create arpeggios by sweeping across held notes in every octave, like a harp glissando, hence the name. You can sweep manually with a fader or knob, automate it, or use an LFO or sidechain signal to dynamically control the arpeggiator.
This Max for Live devices generates random MIDI note messages with adjustable probability and randomised length and velocity for each note. Includes two probability modes, quick Major and Harmonic Minor scale selection, adjustable range, and the clock speed can be set in Hz or synced to the project tempo.
A Max for Live device which uses the FFT to save snapshots of a track's frequency content, and sustains each snapshot until a new one is taken. The timing between snapshots can be synced to the project's tempo, or given in Hz, and offset by a percentage of the time between snapshots. You can turn any sound into an evolving pad, create robotic vocal effects, and much more with this device.