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Weeklyish Patch 18 – M-S Encoder/Decoder

It’s been a while since I uploaded a new live rack, but I guess that’s why it’s called “weeklyish”.

This time I’ve built a M-S encoder and decoder. What it does is take a stereo signal, which is encoded in Left and Right channels, and encode it as Mid and Side allowing for separate processing of each and preventing some phase problems that can occur when processing a stereo signal.

Download:

Weeklyish Patch 18 - M-S Encoder/Decoder

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Tonight we JAM THE TUBES!!

jamthetubes.blogspot.com

jamthetubes.blogspot.com

Acid Komplex – myspace.com/acidkomplex

Detroit electro/techno and acid coupled with years of NES abuse. Bleep Bloops.

myspace.com/acidkomplex
reverbnation.com/acidkomplex

Monosylabik – msbkonline.com

Live acid dubbytranceysomethingy from Mexico City

msbkonline.com

God in the Machine – livepa.blogspot.com

Drum-n-bass, breaks, dubstep from Orcas Island, WA

livepa.blogspot.com

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Weeklyish Patch 17 – Freezeverb

It’s always “more distortion” or “more cowbell”, but no one ever asks for more reverb. How sad.

Well, if you are with me on this, here’s a reverb fix for you. This week’s rack uses Live Reverb’s Freeze function to generate the decay, allowing super long reverb tails and endless reverb when cranking the Decay all the way up. Also, it adds a M/S EQ for fine control of every aspect of your reverb’s tone.

Download:

Weeklyish Patch 17 - Freezeverb

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Weeklyish Patch 15 – Feedback Theory Synth

Feedback Theory Synth is a rack created off a sample of a DJ mixer fed back into itself (tone snob note: a Stanton SA3 fed back into itself).

Here’s part of a tutorial by the Scratch Perverts where Prime Cuts explains how to setup a mixer for feedback.

Feedback Theory explained at 5:22


Download the rack:

Weeklyish Patch 15 - Feedback Theory Synth
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Weeklyish Patch 12 – Stereo Reverb

This rack was built based on a post by Robert Henke in the Ableton forums about how Live’s reverb takes the input signal, sums it to mono, then processes it and outputs a stereo reverb.

What the Stereo Reverb does is split the signal into L and R channels and process each with its own reverb. It then adds an M/S EQ to allow independent tone control between the reverb’s center and its sides.

Stereo Reverb

Get it over here:

Weeklyish Patch 12 - Stereo Reverb
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