The images above are some simple examples of abstract vector shapes that can be generated by MSG processor that overlays colored shapes based on a user definable color palette. We’ll take a look at this simple MSG processor and how to use it in this post.
The particular MSG processor we will be looking at in this post is the 3C Abstract11 CP processor. It’s designed to overlay simple stylized color vector shapes on top of an incoming 3 channel color image stream. For example, look at the first 2 images in the gallery below to see the IO (input-output) routing I used to build a simple MSG preset that overlays shapes generated by the 3C Abstract11 CP processor on a flat gray background image.