Scrubbing Sampler with Stribe1s and monome

The demo uses the monome to trigger different play positions in loops and Stribe1s to adjust playback speed, pitch, and to scrub / scratch through the samples. The software is written in max/msp and is based on granular synthesis, which breaks the sound into small chunks that get overlayed and blended together. The code (dirty beta) will be linked at the end of the post. Stribe1 Monome Sampler Scrubber from CuriousInventor on Vimeo. Code: max/msp code. (warning, VERY ugly and will take some pecking to get operational. post questions in the forums, not in the comments here). Thanks to Andrew T. for the Stribe1 / monome arrangement idea.

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