Control Ableton Live With Percussa AudioCubes

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Interested in using the Percussa AudioCubes with Ableton Live?

Mark Mosher has published an in-depth tutorial, looking at the AudioCubes, installation, mapping in Ableton Live and his personal setup:

Back in November I purchased a set of four Percussa AudioCubes. I’ve spent quite a bit of time working with them as a an interface to Ableton Live. In this hands-on review I’ll explain what they are, how they work, how I’m using them with Live and also offer some tips along the way.

This is a welcome tutorial – because Live is probably the app that people are most likely interested in using with the AudioCubes.

Check it out and, if you’ve got other suggestions for Live + AudioCubes resources, leave a comment!

5 thoughts on “Control Ableton Live With Percussa AudioCubes

  1. The tutorial is pretty slick and I have to say that those audio cubes look cool too. However, I have a comment about the Synthtopia article itself as well: why link the "Percussion Auciocubes" right back to this article itself instead of the official website: http://www.percussa.com/ ?

    That makes it a lot easier on us Synthtopians to quickly find the resources we're after 🙂

  2. The tutorial is pretty slick and I have to say that those audio cubes look cool too. However, I have a comment about the Synthtopia article itself as well: why link the "Percussion Auciocubes" right back to this article itself instead of the official website: http://www.percussa.com/ ?

    That makes it a lot easier on us Synthtopians to quickly find the resources we're after 🙂

  3. Good question – if we're posting about a resource like Mark's tutorial, we always try to link directly to that page on the other site. If we've got a substantial amount of information on Synthopia about other topics in the article, we'll often link to that within the article, too, to make it easy to find related info.

    Your point is valid, though – we should try to make sure that it's clear what we're linking to and that the links all go to useful info.

  4. Good question – if we're posting about a resource like Mark's tutorial, we always try to link directly to that page on the other site. If we've got a substantial amount of information on Synthopia about other topics in the article, we'll often link to that within the article, too, to make it easy to find related info.

    Your point is valid, though – we should try to make sure that it's clear what we're linking to and that the links all go to useful info.

  5. Good question – if we're posting about a resource like Mark's tutorial, we always try to link directly to that page on the other site. If we've got a substantial amount of information on Synthopia about other topics in the article, we'll often link to that within the article, too, to make it easy to find related info.

    Your point is valid, though – we should try to make sure that it's clear what we're linking to and that the links all go to useful info.

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