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XVAnalogueFilter, contains a selection of Virtual Analogue Filters, SVF (Zero delay feedback/Linear Trapezoid), Ladder (Moog), Diode Ladder (TB303, or EMS VCS 3) and Transistor Filters created using Gen DSP algorithms (Gen requires Live 9/Max6 in order to work).
It is not possible to control triplets within Ableton. The beat repeat device allows you to turn them off, but you can’t filter only triplets, or control triplets in all other instruments/effects. Sometimes, you just want to be able to automate the devices, without triplets getting in the way. This free collection of devices allow you to filter out triplets, or choose only to play triplets. Just like the Beat Repeat device does in Ableton Live. It’s great for automation, because you don’t have to filter triplets out in the automation grid. It can be used with the following audio effects.
TripletControl affects the following devices in Ableton:
In ‘Max Audio Effects’ folder:
- TC-AudioEffect (Controls Audio Effects)
- Auto Pan
- Auto Filter
- TC-BeatRepeat (Controls Beat Repeat Only)
In ‘Max Midi Effects’ folder:
- TC-Arpeggiator (Controls Arpeggiator)
- TC-Operator (Controls Operator LFO) – Requires Filters to be turned on in order to map
- TC-Sampler (Controls Sampler LFO) – Requires Filters to be turned on in order to map
- TC-Simpler (Controls Simpler LFO 1, 2 & 3) – Requires Filters to be turned on in order to map
- TC-Analog (Controls Analog LFO 1 & 2) – Requires Filters to be turned on in order to map
TripletControl does this by latching onto the ‘Rate’ dial, when the rate is synced. In order to use this device, it MUST be dropped exactly to the left of the audio effect you intend to use it on. There should be no other devices in-between TripletControl and the audio effect you want to use it on. Most of the devices should map automatically, as long as they are to the left of the device in question. If the device doesn’t have it’s parameter initialised automatically (i.e. sampler, simpler etc.) it will require you to press the map button, in order to map the parameter. If you drop the device to the left of an Audio Effect, it should just map automatically. However, if you drop the Audio Effect to the right of the device, be sure to click the button for ‘Map Rate’ to ensure the Rate parameter is mapped. Try not to separate the devices or move the device away from the Audio Effect. It needs to be to the left of the Audio Effect to work. Dont forget to switch your audio effect (Auto Pan, Auto Filter etc) to Sync mode.
Disclaimer: There may be some latency in live, just like any other device that uses max for live to control parameters. However, this shouldn’t stop you from having endless fun with this device.