Xmonsta has introduced Pull, a new touchscreen device editor for Ableton Live 9.
Built in Max For Live and based on the Lemur iPad app, Pull is a designed to be a fast and efficient workflow tool for sound designers, producers and mixing/mastering engineers.
Pull allows you to edit full-screen versions of every Ableton Live device (over 60 Lemur templates) directly from your iPad. It follows any device that is currently selected and displays a large, multi-touch template on the iPad for editing.
Here’s a video demo of Pull in action: Continue reading
Patchworks has updated Conductr – its Ableton Live control app for iPad – adding a ‘4-dimensional’ XY pad controller.
Here’s what they have to say about the update: Continue reading
Ever wonder why Macs are popular with musicians?
This video might be one reason. Continue reading
Simmons has introduced the Stryke6, which they describe as the ‘first-ever iPad-based drum controller’.
The Simmons Stryke6 is an iPad controller with six velocity-sensitive pads, plus two foot pedals for kick and hi-hat control. It can also be used to trigger a variety of DAWs and sample programs with any USB/MIDI computer. Continue reading
Electronic music instrument pioneer Roger Linn is featured on the latest episode of Sonic State’s Sonic Talk. Continue reading