According to the company, with Max Fuel “the deeper potential of Max For Live is being brought to the end-user without the need to learn Max.”
Here’s an overview of what Max Fuel – The First offers:
- Bump – A mono synth with a generous, easily controlled feedback section
- Stick – A drum instrument based around classic FM synthesis, ready for use in Drum Racks
- Drop – A multiband device where each band receives a percentage chance of being heard
- Jumble – An audio processor with the same delay/feedback portion as Bump
- Marx – A rebranded Spectral Mixer, setting different volumes and interactions for the signal’s quiet, mid and loud portions
- Veer – A flexible pitch shifter with a dry/wet control for the output.
- Yell – A rich multiband distortion
- el Effo – A versatile low frequency oscillator/step sequencer
- Multiplexd – A single knob that proportionately controls up to 4 plug-in parameters, simplifying automation or MIDI control of multiple parameters
- Side Chainer – A robust converter of any audio signal into a modulation signal
Included in the package are presets, devices racks, and clip examples,.
Max Fuel The First requires Live 8.1.4 and Max For Live and retails for US $38.