Review: OSCiLLOT, Build Modular Synths in Ableton Live 9

Dreaming of using modular synthesis in Ableton live 9? Christian Kleine (Max for Cats) can make your wish come true. Noah Pred puts the new OSCiLLOT to the test.  

You may be aware that modular synthesis rigs are all the rage nowadays'"but not everyone can afford a bespoke collection of handcrafted analog gadgetry. Meanwhile, Christian Kleine has been building a name for himself as a designer of top-flight Max for Live devices via his Max for Cats enterprise. With his latest offering, he's set the bar incredibly high for his future projects by creating a polyphonic virtual modular environment including 100 modules and counting'"easily accessible and editable for anyone using Live 9 Suite with Max for Live. 

OSCiLLOT in action.

OSCiLLOT in action.

Adding OSCiLLOT to a MIDI track in Live loads a svelte device panel with eight revealable Macro dials and an enticing button labeled 'Open Editor'

Noah Pred is a Canadian record producer, sound designer, technologist, DJ, and Ableton Certified Trainer living in Berlin, Germany. Releasing dozens of records and touring extensively since the '90s, he currently teaches a wide variety of techniques for stage and studio at the BIMM Institute. For more information, please visit: http://... Read More


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