iXimix Intros LiveRemote iOS Control App For Ableton Live

iximix liveremote ableton live controller

iXimix LiveRemote – a new MIDI control app for Ableton Live – is now available in the App Store:

LiveRemote connects to Ableton via CoreMidi networking technology with latency of between 1-3ms. Control your session from the comfort of your couch, or whilst walking around the room.

LiveControl is compatible with both Mac & Windows. Details below. 

Features:

Mixer:

  • Control up to 8 faders at a time + the Master with solo, mute, record also available.
  • High Resolution Precise meter readings of the audible decibels for each channel.

Clip Launcher:

  • Launch clips direct from your device, using the 8*5 matrix.
  • Launch scenes, or stop them at any time.
  • Move around your session easily with the control arrows, the clip launcher will activate any clips that are within the red box highlighted in Live.

Channel Strip:

  • For each channel you have control on the pan and up to 3 send channels.

Plugin Control:

  • Control the plugins for each selected channel, LiveRemote automaps the available controls of the selected device.

Transport Control:

  • All the necessary transport controls such as Play, Record, Stop etc are implemented for quick, on the fly recording.

iXimix LiveControl available now in two versions:

  • iPhone for US $5.99/£3.49 GBP/4.99 EUR.
  • iPad for US $9.99/£5.99 GBP/7.99 EUR.

20 thoughts on “iXimix Intros LiveRemote iOS Control App For Ableton Live

  1. My thoughts exactly. I own an APC40 as well as an iPad and I can't help but feel that if I was an AKAI executive I would have my lawyers on the case immediately. It's one thing to have your design inspired by another product but this is pretty brazen.

  2. But they don't even compete… although, I'm glad I didn't buy an APC. I hate the clunkyness of AKAI's hw. Too bad, because they have good products.

    PS: This doesn't work with Ableton 8.2.2 Just contacted their support 🙁

  3. Seriously if you want serious control over Ableton Live with the iPad, try serious products like touchAble or Griid. This app is obviously an uninspired plagiat.

  4. BTW; Synthtopia, you have a very nasty habit of NOT posting direct links to featured products…!
    It is major inconvenience for your readers, but most importantly disregard for app/products developers featured on your website…

  5. Leslie

    On posts about iOS apps, our standard procedure is to link directly to the app in the App Store, because that is guaranteed to have the official information on the current version of the app. This can benefit developers, because readers may actually buy the program at the App Store.

    If the developer site has additional information that we think would be beneficial to readers, such as audio or video demos of apps, we try to post links to that, too.

    Let us know what you think of this approach. And if you see a post that you think could use a link for additional information, do let us know and we'll review it and correct it, where applicable.

  6. Leslie

    On posts about iOS apps, our standard procedure is to link directly to the app in the App Store, because that is guaranteed to have the official information on the current version of the app. This obviously benefits developers, too, because readers are more likely to actually buy the program if they check it out at the App Store.

    If the developer site has additional information that we think would be beneficial to readers, such as audio or video demos of apps, we try to post links to that, too.

    Let us know what you think of this approach. And if you see a post that you think could use a link for additional information, do let us know and we'll review it and correct it, where applicable.

  7. Leslie

    On posts about iOS apps, our standard procedure is to link directly to the app in the App Store, because that is guaranteed to have the official information on the current version of the app. This obviously benefits developers, too, because readers are more likely to actually buy the program if they check it out at the App Store.

    If the developer site has additional information that we think would be beneficial to readers, such as audio or video demos of apps, we try to post links to that, too.

    If you see a post that you think could use a link for additional information, let us know. We'll review it and correct it, where applicable.

  8. Leslie

    On posts about iOS apps, our standard procedure is to link directly to the app in the App Store, because that is guaranteed to have the official information on the current version of the app. This obviously benefits developers, too, because readers are more likely to actually buy the program if they check it out at the App Store.

    We have also found App Store links to be more stable than deep links to indie developers' sites.

    If the developer site has additional information that we think would be beneficial to readers, such as audio or video demos of apps, we try to post links to that, too. In this case, the Iximix site doesn't currently offer any additional information about this app.

    I hope the reasoning behind our process will make sense to you.

    If you see a post that you think could use a link for additional information, let us know. We'll review it and correct it, where applicable.

  9. Also, is self entitlement so overpowering that it prevents using the google? Synthtopia offers tons of information (for free) – so if any further research is needed, go ahead and work that search bar featured on the top of every modern browser.

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