As requested many times, this device now also works for Mac users. I know, it's a very small group of people that might be interessted in this but that doesn't matter. This device was one of my first "babys" and now it deserves the version number 1.0.
In April of this year, I started porting the 11nocturn external to Mac. It ended up in a nearly complete rewrite but now, the C source code is completely cross-platform and released on github.
The object comes with many improvements like internal buffering of in- / output and an outlet, reporting the connection state. Next, I'm going to release an updated Nocturn4Live device because that's what this external was made for.
The source code maybe interessting because libusb can be used to connect to a lot of devices without writing your own drivers.
More new externals are in the pipeline and already released ones will be given an update in near future. The source code of all free externals by 11olsen.de will be available on Github in near future.
Random Simpler 0.8.1 and ffmpeg external
(5.67 years ago)
Sorry for doing progress so infrequently here. Lately, I mainly did Max C-external developement. Some of the results are implemented in the current Random Simpler M4L device version. The 11ffload external is used to load audio files without blocking the current thread. I'm not going into details now, in short, it allows to load+prelisten an audio file very fast. You can download the 64-bit 11ffload external for OSX and Windows for free. (source code included)
Another thing you won't find anywhere else is drag 'n drop of files FROM Max / Max4Live to a target. I can now build a custom file browser based on meta data of audio files and their slices. That is something i wanted to do for years but "drag and drop of files" was the missing building block.