The latest Max For Cats release is a semi-modular modelling synth that runs inside Ableton's DAW. But did it manage to win over G.W Childs?
What better way to expand your arsenal of instruments and effects in Ableton Live than with a great bundle of modules for under $70?
Max for Live development continued to deliver a wealth of fascinating devices over the last year. From mind-blowing effects to top-notch semi-modular instruments, here are five of our favorites.
This excellent tutorial on how to make a Dynamic EQ with Ableton Live Devices and Max for Live by Joshua Casper could save you time and money, and help your productions sound great.
With a unique workflow and slick design, could Sonic Faction's Hypermorph Max For Live instrument be just what you've been waiting for?
Drums sound best with plenty of punch. We put Surreal Machines' latest Max for Live effects, Crack and Impact, through their paces.
If you've been lusting longingly after the Ableton Live 9, Ableton Push 2, Max for Live, or any of the packs, but your wallet has held you back then now might be the time to push the buy button.
This Max for Live device from Isotonik is a follow up to their Follow series focusing on Session View. Follow Arrange scans for locators and allows you to loop a section before moving on to the next.
If you think you know arpeggiators and how they work, this new and innovative Max for Live device, UArp, might still offere a few surprises yet.
This new Live Pack from Surreal Machines brings multi-band transient shaping to Ableton Live. Full details
As eurorack and modular synthesizers gain wider use and acceptance with producers, some companies have begun making software to help us control these synths. CV Toolkit Mini does so from Max4Live.
Bengal from Max for Cats is a flexible, polyphonic semi-modular FM synthesizer that's going to get you purring with its delicious pads and growling with its roaring basses. Noah Pred tames the beast.
If you remember the days of Tetris and love unique Max for Love sequencers and arpeggiators, then this one will tickle your fancy and help you make engaging musical parts in Ableton Live.
Joshua Casper uncovers and reveals 5 lesser known features in Ableton Live'S built-in devices that might surprise you.
Oh my goodness. I saw an early preview of Spectral One a few days ago and was very impressed. If you'd like to create real-time visuals that do justice to your productions, then check this out.