K-Devices Announces TED, A Smart Modulation Max for Live Device

TED is an editable LFO. K-Devices tell us it can morph between several waveforms, and work on resulting signal with a sample and hold circuit, and effects. You can easily obtain complex modulations.  

Arvieux, France - September 4, 2014

K-Devices announces the availability of a new max for live device: TED, an highly editable function generator with CV/Gate output. TED allows you to modulate anything you want in Ableton Live: other devices, the user interface, and third party plug-ins, by complex waveforms and functions.

TED is composed of three main sections: an oscillator with 6 morphable waveforms, a sample and hold circuit, an effect section. TED is also CV/Gate compatible, and it’s the perfect tool to inject new modulation in Eurorack systems or other analogue devices.

Video: Using TED with CV/Gate: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQilHTR7SYs

Video: Using TED with Lemur: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0x4eQGhKl_Q

TED support OSC, and a free Lemur template is available for free on K-Devices shop.

More info: http://k-devices.com/products/ted/

System Requirements

Ableton Live 9.1.4 or higher - Max 6.1.8 or higher - Mac or PC

Availability and pricing

TED is available at the price of €5 at this link.

Web: http://k-devices.com/products/ted/

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