MIDIBridge for 16 AudioCubes
Kim Pedersen, a musician from Denmark active in ambient music, has been working on an installation project involving 12 AudioCubes in sensor mode.
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Kim Pedersen reached out to Nick Rothwell from Cassiel to develop a custom Max/MSP patch to power the installation, and Nick reached out for some help with hooking up 12 AudioCubes to the patch. Nick Rothwell has been working with both MIDIBridge and the OSC server in the project, which also involves Ableton Live for playing back sounds and multiple PCs and Macs.
Because MIDIBridge only supports up to 4 cubes connected via cables to a computer,support was added for more than 4 cubes in MIDIBridge.
So here it is, MIDIBridge with support for up to 16 AudioCubes.
Check out the Percussa website for more details.
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