11nocturn Max Object

11nocturn

Name: 11nocturn
Version: 2020/08/24
Published: 2014/02/23
Type: Max/Msp C external
OS: Windows, Mac OS X

A Max external that communicates directly with the Novation Nocturn usb device. No Automap, no script or virtual midi line in between.

Send numbers to control any LED of the Nocturn and receive button presses, dial / fader movement and touch sensors. The object was the first step to build an interface to control Ableton Live with my Nocturn without using Novation's Automap: Nocturn4Live Device

 

Screenshots:
11nocturn.maxhelp
Setup:

Copy needed files into your Max search path.

Windows users need to replace the driver for the Nocturn with the WinUSB driver.

That's easy, check the README.md in the zip.

Changelog:

2020/08/24:

  • complete rewrite
  • now cross-platform and on github
Open Source:

Files:

11nocturn.maxhelp

11nocturn.mxo

11nocturn.mxe

11nocturn.mxe64

README.md

zadig-2.5.exe

zip.png 5.06 MB
Download  GNU/GPL link_extern.gif

Category: Max Objects
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Matt
0 # Matt Sunday, 29 March 2020 13:31
Hi, is it possible to share the source code for this? Now the Nocturn isn't supported in MacOS Catalina, this would make a great solution, if it can be ported. Thanks!
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Chi Him
0 # Chi Him Wednesday, 11 December 2019 22:00
Hi, I wonder do you happen to have a mac version for this object? I just got the amazing Nocturn device and I would love to use it for my Max 8 patches on a Macbook (Ver. 10.12.6), but it is very limiting and sometimes unreliable with automap.... Thank you very much!!
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Marcus
+1 # Marcus Monday, 12 August 2019 12:11
Hi, I tried this on windows, and it worked wonderful, thanks, great device, but now I work on a MAC, so I miss it a bit. :-)
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TabSel
0 # TabSel Wednesday, 11 February 2015 17:37
Send it over, I might have a look, no promises though, I'm not that good at Mac development ;) maybe YOUll find the time to port it? ;)
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11olsen
0 # 11olsen Wednesday, 11 February 2015 18:27
You got mail.
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11olsen
0 # 11olsen Wednesday, 11 February 2015 16:56
Hi, I share the source if you like to see it. Libusb is definitely available for Mac, too. I'm on Windows, that's why I didn't waste any time thinking about the Mac part of the external. But I currently started writing mac versions of my other externals (clicks and strokes).
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kgwgk
0 # kgwgk Sunday, 07 February 2016 12:24
Hello, could you please share the source? I'm trying to make it work for mac and haven't found any progress elsewhere. I'll post any updates I have on it. Thanks!
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11olsen
0 # 11olsen Monday, 08 February 2016 18:02
check your inbox :-*
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Dom
0 # Dom Monday, 07 March 2016 03:05
Keep us posted if you get it working on Mac! Thank you.
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thomas
0 # thomas Tuesday, 16 October 2018 07:01
Quoting Dom:
Keep us posted if you get it working on Mac! Thank you.


Hi, did anyone make any progress with getting this working on mac?
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Kristian
0 # Kristian Tuesday, 01 November 2016 10:43
11oLsen,
I would also be super interested in the source code to try and get this working for Mac!

I would really appreciate it if you could share the source code also with me!

Thanks either way!
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TabSel
0 # TabSel Wednesday, 11 February 2015 16:18
Are the sources for the Max C-external publicly available? Maybe a Mac OS X build can be made, as libusb is available for the Mac, too?
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