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What is the Lemur Morph Board?
Morph Board is a free tool designed to make it easy to store, recall and morph presets on Liine’s Lemur app for the iPad.
With Morph Board , you can store up to 16 presets and morph between them without the need for any scripting knowledge. It currently supports up to 256 objects of the objects listed below (the supported object’s list may change in future updates):
More info and download at twisted tools blog.
Lemur 5.0 has beeen released including very cool new features, easy sequencer objects and Canvas (html5 based). The update is free for lemur users, please check liine website for more info.
I've contributed with some new factory content with 3 small examples, visualizators and custom multisliders.
MSMAX is a Maximizer effect and Mid/Side utility built for Native Instruments Reaktor.
As a Maximizer, MSMAX can be used for anything from subtle to extreme loudness maximization to get individual tracks or mixes sounding loud and finalized. As a Mid/Side maxtrix, MSMAX can be used to encode, decode and process Mid/Side signals to add width or create stereo imaging effects.
Whether you use MSMAX to slam your drum bus, apply creative M/S techniques within Reaktor or squeeze some more volume out of your master, MSMAX will surely find a place in your Reaktor toolbox!
More info at twisted tools website:
Liine has released a new update to its application Lemur, including two new templates that can be easily added to any project.
It is a two-dimensional modulator that lets you draw an automation with adjustable speed and reading options, enabling complex modulations, which can be synchronized with MIDI note events. The lemur memory usage is really low, allowing you to load several of them in the same project.
it is a box fader, but no simple faders! Each fader has an editor that lets you modify their output values. A Master Fader allows you to move all faders (it includes physics settings and its own editor) simultaneously. Also The Master fader can receive information from the modulation wheel of your MIDI keyboard, to modulate the parameters assigned while you play your instument. Finally, you can select whether the faders work, midi or osc. Like AB Vekter, you can add this template to any of your own projects.