Studying the Sounds of Forbidden Planet – Part 1

As a huge fan of Louis and Bebe Barron's work on Forbidden Planet, I decided it would be interesting to create a Cycling '74 Max Patch as a platform to teach, illustrate and approximate some of their circuits in digital form using BEAP. To get things started, I created this patch with a playlist object... Continue Reading →

Using Cycling ’74 BEAP Modular in Max for Live

I'm digging deeper into BEAP. Note - I've created a category for BEAP posts - http://www.modulatethis.com/beap/. Today I worked out how to use a BEAP patch with Max for Live. The trick is to MIDI from Live's "midin" object to BEAP's MIDI to Signal then map the audio to BEAP's M4L-OUT. You can then use... Continue Reading →

My First Cycling ’74 BEAP Patch

I've decided to study and learn Cycling '74s BEAP Modular (comes with Max/Max for Live) and VIZZE the video modular system. I'm starting off with BEAP. "BEAP provides a robust library of high-level modules that you’ll know and love from the analog synth world. Patch them up and interface them with your own analog synth... Continue Reading →

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