Max For Cats has released an update to OSCiLLOT – its modular system for Ableton Live.
OSCiLLOT offers more than 100 modules – including oscillators, processors, filters, mixers, modulators, amplifiers, shapers, sequencers, utilities and more. These comprise the basic building blocks of many electronic instruments and effects.
Here’s what’s new in OSCiLLOT v. 1.0.2: Continue reading
Puremagnetik has released Frequencizer – a fixer filter bank for Ableton Live + Max For Live. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Spearfisher (Peter John) does a one-take chillwave studio jam, using new and vintage electronic music gear, xylophone and voice. Continue reading
Utami has released a new Max For Live plug-in, Space Time, which is a spectral effect suite.
Space Time is a spectral effect suite with a built-in visualizer. The suite works to create spectral reverb, ambiance, noise, time distortions, and a wide range of effects that can be played in real time. It has a unique filter system which Utami calls a synesthetic filter which works by converting the sound internally to a picture, and then applying Photoshop-style image filters to it before converting it back to a sound again.
This video, via Ableton, is a behind-the-scenes look at the developers at Ableton. Continue reading
Cluster Sound has released a free Ableton Live Pack based on the vintage Korg MS-20 MKII.
MS-20 is a free multi-sample Live Pack reproducing the sound of the vintage Korg MS-20 MKII, the second generation of the super-star analog synthesizer released in 1978. Continue reading
Ableton has announced that Live 9.2 is now available for beta testing.
Ableton Live 9.2 is a free update brings a number of significant improvements and additions to both Live and Push. It is available now for download as a public beta version.
Here’s what’s new in Live 9.2: Continue reading
Sonic Faction has published the first in a new “micro tutorial” series, which will feature a short video of each instrument in the company’s new Archetype Ableton Bundle.
The first installment in the series is a three-minute tutorial for Clone, their 80’s synth hybrid.
Sonic Faction’s Taylor Martyr says, “Max for Live allows us to create custom-designed interfaces and intuitive controls that haven’t been possible in Ableton until now. Among its other features, Clone has a unique section called the ‘Delta Triangulator’ which allows users to rhythmically modulate their sound with ease. It’s great for when you want to achieve driving, 80’s-sounding bass lines”
Pricing and Availability. Sonic Faction’s Clone is available now, via the Sonic Faction website, for $49. The full Archetype Ableton Bundle page (includes Clone and 7 other Max for Live instruments) is available from Sonic Faction for $199.