Thursday, November 26, 2015

804% Slower: Sonic the Hedgehog - Special Stage

804% Slower: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - Lost Woods

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Sony A7s works with Black Magic Design Intensity Shuttle Thunderbolt, But Only at 1080i

Unfortunately, the Black Magic Design Intensity Shuttle Thunderbolt only recognises the HDMI output from the Sony A7s when set to 1080i50 / 1080i60 (depending on whether or not the camera is set to NTSC or PAL format).

Better than nothing though!

How To: Use a Black Magic Design Intensity Shuttle Thunderbolt with OBS and Syphon for OS X

Max for Live: MIDI-triggered Audio "Sidechaining" ADSR Envelope

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A Max for Live audio effect device that takes an audio input and provides gain reduction via an ADSR envelope that is triggered by MIDI data using a PathMIDI device from a MIDI track on another channel.

MIDI from should be set to the PathMIDI bus that has been chosen in the corresponding PathMIDI device on another MIDI channel.

Note is the pitch for which to filter. Any other note being sent along the PathMIDI bus will be ignored. If the pitch selected in the Note parameter is received, then the ADSR envelope that controls the incoming level is triggered. A note off will trigger the release portion of the envelope.

The depth controls the depth of gain reduction, with 100% providing maximum gain reduction.

An example video is shown below, whereby the Audio.MIDI.SideChain is placed on an organ instrument.

A PathMIDI device is placed on the kick drum of the drum kit from another track.

The Audio.MIDI.SideChain is setup so that it respond to the MIDI data of the kick drum, and thus provides a very clean sidechaining-like effect.