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.
Random Riff Generator is a M4L MIDI tool that generates sequences for you, these MIDI sequences can be sent to any software or hardware synth, drum machine... anything that accepts a MIDI signal.
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Oh Skinnerbox. You are very, very clever people indeed. We're not sure exactly how they've done this, but basically you can now control Ableton Live with a modular synth setup using CV4Live.
Isotonik Studios and Ned Rush are well known for their Max for Live visual performance tools. So how does the new World Max for Live device stack up? Joshua Casper finds out.
Download these 2 free Max for Live devices designed to help you quickly find the right chords and scales inside Ableton Live while you're composing and producing. And they're FREE!
Part of the Primo Collection from Strangelines sees Isotonik bringing us all the power to create wobble bass and synth sounds from ANY source. It's good fun and worth trying out.
With a collection of Max for Live devices ideal for the glitch sound designer and producer amongst us, we decided that Bit Voltage devices were worth reviewing. Here's what AfroDJMac discovered.
From a sequencer triggered by M&Ms to controlling music with our minds to another sequencer controlled by and projecting light, Music Tech Fest was packed with forward thinking tools for music makers.
Chaos Culture's MultiClip Editor is one of those game changing utilities for Ableton Live that'll wow you. Simple idea: edit multiple MIDI clips simultaneously. The solution is very powerful.
If you've ever looked at the high-res Ableton Push 2 screen and wished you could use it to display custom video animations from a Max patch then you're going to love this imp.push Max external object.