Over the last year here at Creepy Bird i’ve been trying to clean up my musical workflow. Along the way I came across a snag.
Vintage drum machines all seem to work quite differently and in the early days there wasn’t much if any consistency on what note assignments certain sounds should be given. Such as the kick being generally C1 (36) these days. What I wanted was to be able to take a drum beat programmed in Ableton and have it correctly play on our 3 midi capable drum machines.
NoteChanger is a Max for Live plugin that simply changes one midi note value to another. Download
I just posted my first release from back in 2007 for a free download over on bandcamp. It’s not a great representation of where I am currently at musically but it surely shows where I began experimenting with electronic based music. It’s baffling how long it’s been.
In order to have a nice place to hold several synths I put this synth shelf together. It was a fairly in depth process for someone lacking many carpentry skills. The interest started long ago when I saw an mtv cribs (yep…way back) episode displaying Moby’s studio and synth collection.