Liquid Rhythm and Liquid Rhythm Intro Updated to Version 1.2.4!

Workflow Improvements, BugFixes, and MIDI Scripting Now Available For Version Update 1.2.4 The evolution of a piece of software has many phases. Version updates are composed of a combination of bugfixes, workflow improvements, and new feature introductions. This version update is centered around bugfixes, tweaks, and enhancements to a few important workflows, in both the standalone and plugin modes of Liquid Rhythm. It also features MIDI scrips for a couple…

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SOFTPEDIA “100% CLEAN” AWARD

We received the following notification from Softpedia “Liquid Rhythm” has been tested in the Softpedia labs using several industry-leading security solutions and found to be completely clean of adware/spyware components. We are impressed with the quality of your product and encourage you to keep these high standards in the future. For the full article read-on or visit our page on Softpedia.   A versatile beat generation software solution for OS…

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“Suggested” By Who?

Connections between the Wheels, the BeatSeeker and the “Suggested” list Notes on the connections between the Maps, the BeatSeeker settings, and the “suggested” lists and palettes in the BeatBuilder and the Randomizer The BeatBuilder panel is a popular widget with first time users of Liquid Rhythm due to how easily it enables quick assembly of beats and variations. There is enough power and variety offered by the default settings for…

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Liquid Rhythm Intro got GreenLit!

It was the middle of the day, Tuesday November 12, 2013, and the WaveDNA team was right in the thick of it. Why? We are preparing to release Liquid Rhythm version 1.2.4; perfection is our main focus. There is a lot of excitement,  movement, and communication between everyone here at WaveDNA. As I was stepping away from my desk to go talk to Allison about a problem she just reproduced,…

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Beta 1.2.4: BeatForm Cycler

We are really excited here at WaveDNA, as we are entering the final stages to release our latest version update. Of course, anyone who has purchased Liquid Rhythm gets this version for free. There will be a blog post dedicated specifically to the improvements in Version 1.2.4. However, I can’t wait, the major bug fixes include a tighter integration into Ableton Live 9 Studio through a newly written Max for…

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“Musification” of brain signals, from Stanford

A nice notice about some fascinating recent research. Of course, we’re immediately curious about what the resulting music would look like in rhythmic terms converted to WaveDNA Music Molecules. At first glance, it seems likely that there might be an identifiable ‘genome’ of BarForms and BeatForms for brain seizure activity. The tricky part would be converting the apparent tempo changes to MIDI in some accurate way, but it seems like…

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Lighting up your favorite MIDI controller

Over the past couple years, MIDI controllers have become increasingly colorful. There is the Novation LaunchPad S, whose buttons can be lit any combination of red and green. There is the Keith McMillen QuNeo with its vibrant multicolored sliders. The Livid Base and the Ableton Push both support a full range of RGB in all their buttons. We want Liquid Rhythm to have an awesome workflow on all of these…

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Predicting musically induced emotions from physiological response

Predicting musically induced emotions: linear and neural network models This is a short blurb about one of the collaborative research projects associated with WaveDNA and the academic papers generated from them. Our research collaborators at Ryerson University’s SMART Lab, Dr. Naresh Vempala and professor Frank Russo, have published a paper recently detailing findings that we will be expanding on and adapting to fit with future WaveDNA products. We describe the…

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Enjoying Fun Startups

Sometimes you have fun! People sometimes ask, ‘Why did you leave a Fortune 50 company to risk it at a startup’? The simple answer is its fun and different! At the Fortune 50 company, your day and your week is often quite predictable. Within a few years you often realize your place in the organization, you have a path for contribution, and everything else seems to happen automatically. You can…

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Inspiring Artists Series: Mike C Lovett Interview

As part of our Inspiring Artist series, we caught up with Mike C Lovett to talk about his current setup, workflow and Bandcamp’s 12in12x12 Who are you? and why are you on this planet? Father. Photographer. Noise maker. An Enterprise Architect who specializes in information architecture. Why am I on this planet? I will paraphrase, with a sense of irony, the words of Tim Minchin… to celebrate this wonderful, meaningless…

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