K-Devices Announces Herse, New Ableton Live 9 Max for Live Device

You can slice, dice and cut up your audio in Ableton Live 9 using K-Devices new Max for Live device, Herse. Basically, if you want to apply effects to the source using its slicer grid... you can!  

K-Devices announces the availability of a new max for live device released in partnership with Ableton: HERSE, an audio effect designed to rearrange and process audio in real time.

HERSE is perfect to refine your sound, massively or slightly. You can heavily process your drum loops, or add echoes and cuts and clicks to guitar, voice, or any other kind of source.

As an audio effect, HERSE works with live audio input, so you can use it with your clips, or just feeding it singing, playing any external or virtual instrument.

It’s composed by two main section: the slicer grid, and sequencers based effects. The buffer works tightly linked to the audio input, so you do not need to wait before start slicing, just hit play and go! HERSE lets you apply different effects amount to any step: each parameter takes advantage of an exclusive step sequencer. Developed on the Max 6 engine, taking advantage of gen~, HERSE supports both 32 and 64 bit mode. No external objects are used in HERSE.


System Requirements

Ableton Live 9.0.1 or higher - Max 6.1.6 or higher - Mac or PC

Availability and pricing!

HERSE is available at Ableton Packs Shop. Price:19€/29$.

More info: http://k-devices.com/shop/herse/

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