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Nodal 1.7.0 Demo

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Uploaded on Apr 20, 2010

Nodal 1.7.0 has some new and exciting features that are demonstrated in this video.
The first is the ability to trigger networks with MIDI note messages. In this way the networks can be played from a keyboard (this happens in the video and the keyboard action is represented by a Max/MSP patch). This idea is very similar to the way clips can be launched in Ableton Live. Like Live, triggering also includes velocity scaling so that each network can be played louder or softer. This feature is most apparent at the end of the video. Triggering can be quantised to a range of timing intervals.
The second feature is the ability to program in pitchbend and CC data. The video illustrates this feature with pitchbend.
Logic 9 was used for sound sources and you can see in the background that Logic is recording the output of Nodal with MIDI Sync (here Nodal is slaved to Logic).

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