Kraftwerk has announced 9 new US 3D concert dates for this fall. It already had a headlining 5/28 Movement Detroit performance scheduled. This is joined by a series of 3D concerts, tightly scheduled between Sept 3-18, 2016.
In conjunction with the release of his new EP, “Weeble”, Francis Prève has put together a collection of Simpler patches from the Dave Smith Instruments Pro-2, one of the synths he used on the EP. Prève explains: “For those who aren’t up to speed on the Pro-2, it’s Dave’s latest monophonic synthesizer, based on the… Read More Francis Prève Releases Pro-2 Patch Collection
GenoQs Machines Octopus Meets Ableton Live 8 was uploaded by: thainmlh
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Sonic Faction announces their new Beatdown Refill Packs, 4 new drum instruments for Ableton Live. Inspired by and categorized by the varied electronic music scenes in Berlin, Los Angeles, Miami and Sydney, the Beatdown Refill Packs tout “drum sounds from the underground.” Key features include:
Ableton has updated Live 8 to version 8.4.1. Here’s what’s new in Live 8: Added user satisfaction survey. After several hours of usage, Live will ask you to rate the software. Added control surface support for Novation Launchkey series. Added control surface support for M-Audio Axiom Air Mini 32.
Faderfox has introduced a new MIDI controller, the UC3 Universal Controller, that they call ‘the Swiss army knife of controllers’. UC3 is a universal controller for all kinds of midi controllable software on Mac, PC and iPad. The Faderfox UC3 has 8 push-encoders and 9 faders, all switchable to 8 groups that allow to… Read More Faderfox UC3 – ‘The Swiss Army Knife Of Controllers’
Reader Jesse Gilsbach (3rd Earth) made this video to demonstrate how guitarists can play EDM and other of electronic music, using a standard guitar. Gilsbach uses a Roland GK-3 pickup, connected to a Roland GR-55 guitar synthesizer. This is connected via USB to his computer, running Ableton Live 8.
The UFO is an ultrasonic MIDI controller designed to let you control your music software and external synthesizers with hand gestures. The UFO controller uses five ultrasonic sensors and captures gestures, based on distance detection. The vertical movement of your hand above any of the sensors is converted to standard MIDI data.