If you want your audio glitchy and your visuals even more glitchy or trip, then Isotonik Studio's new Max for Live device, Damage, by NED Rush is for you. Better still, it's cheap as chips!
Isotonik are fast becoming one of the most productive and innovative creators of Max for Live devices. Noah Pred, Ableton Trainer, puts their generative rhythms device, PolyPin, to the test.
This Max for Live device, Liquid Music for Live (from those clever folks at WaveDNA) is designed to provide you a "revolutionary" visual workflow that'll inspire new ideas and banish creative blocks.
The good folks at Isotonik Studios never sleep. It's official. They're back with a tasty collection of seven Max for Live devices by MYR which will give you more control over your Ableton Live clips.
Great news for FX enthusiasts: dynamic custom signal routing has arrived thanks to Isotonic's NOISR FX effects suite for Ableton.
Attention Ableton DJ's and Performers! Isotonik DJ Collection brings you looper, slicer and hot cues so you can manipulate clips in Live as if you were in Serato or Traktor.
There's lots of cool Max for Live devices available. Now you can add Wash from SirenAudio to that list. Using comb filters it creates a unique reverb style effect.
WaveDNA's Liquid Rhythm 1.4.5 includes full compatibility with Cycling 74's Max 7!
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.
The good folk at Siren Audio have a new Max4Live (M4L) device available... and it's free! Puck is a Max MIDI Device that allows you to play chords by playing just one note. Useful & FREE!
Live electronica duo Skinnerbox's collection of Max for Live devices encourage experimentation with drum sound-design and pattern creation. The Sound Tutor gets his groove on to explore it in depth.
Brainwash is a visualiser for Max For Live that offers you the chance to creatively add audio/visual elements to your Ableton Live sets that are immersive, heavily tactile and deeply psychedelic.
If you're on the look out for new Max for Live plug-ins for enhanced effects and tools, then Isotonik's Modular series is something you should check out. G. W. Childs puts them to the test.
It's refreshing to see electronic musicians creating new ways to listen to and immerse ourselves in music using space. 4DSound reveal how Nikola Telsa inspired the concept and Max Live created it.
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.