Thetechnobear's MI externals for Puredata/Organelle

First of all keep in mind these are all still very work-in-progress. This said, I find them quite amazing and fun!
We had already seen the Grids external, but in the meantime more have surfaced. A guy who goes under the nickname thetechnobear on various platforms made a series of patches for the Organelle that feature Mutable Instruments’ algorithms from Braids, Clouds, Rings (and Elements I think) and Warps.
These need some tweaking if you want to run them in the normal Pd (as opposed to running them on the organelle), but I gave the “brds” external a try and it does work really great it seems. Well… it’s still alpha and suject to changes and improvements, but it already runs nicely so far.

To be honest… this really makes me want an organelle. It seems like a beautiful instrument.

Anyway, check the patches out here:

https://patchstorage.com/brds/

https://patchstorage.com/warped-braids/

https://patchstorage.com/clds/

https://patchstorage.com/rngs_reverb/

https://patchstorage.com/rngs_chorus/

https://patchstorage.com/rngs_ensemble/

https://patchstorage.com/reich_rings/

Keep in mind that the externals are all compiled for RaspberryPi/linux, so they won’t work on your Mac/Windows system. They do run nicely on the Rpi3/Raspbian though.

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He’s also ported the same MI firmwares to the Axoloti platform.

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Correct! Didn’t mention that because that has already been discussed here, but thanks for pointing that out.

Just thought it worth mentioning here, in case anyone sees this thread, but missed the previous one.

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