Cluster Sound has released CS15D, a multi-sample Live Pack based on the vintage Yamaha CS-15D.
CS15D is an extensive multi-sample Live Pack reproducing the sound of the vintage Yamaha CS-15D, a great sounding monophonic analog synthesizer released in 1979. Continue reading
SkoogMusic CEO David Skulina let us know that their IndieGoGo campaign for the Skoog 2.0 accessible MIDI controller has more than doubled its funding goal, with two days left in the campaign.
Their initial campaign missed its funding target, so SkoogMusic modified its project plan, deferring Android support until later in their timeline and moving forward development of an Ableton Live plugin. Continue reading
In this demo, Moog’s Zac Baird demonstrates how he uses the Moog Werkstatt analog synthesizer with Ableton Live. Continue reading
Max for Cats has introduced OSCiLLOT – a complete modular system for Ableton Live. Continue reading
At the 2015 NAMM Show, producer & performer DiViNCi (Solillaquists of Sound, Ms. Lauryn Hill) was at the Ableton suite, demonstrating his approach to using the Push for live performance. Continue reading
2015 NAMM Show: Korg has introduced the Kaossilator 2S – a redesigned portable version of its portable synth
Korg’s Kaossilator 2S offers unlimited undo/redo functionality and the ability to export multi-track audio data for immediate use in Ableton Live (via a generated .als file).
Audio files can also be manually imported into a different DAW of choice. Continue reading
This video captures a demonstration by Byron Mallett of using Pensato – a virtual reality interface for controlling music software and devices, using an Oculus Rift and custom VR gloves.
Here’s what Mallet has to say about the technology he’s using: Continue reading
Today Sonic Faction has come out with a massive new offering for Live users – the Archetype Ableton Bundle, a collection of 8 custom-designed instruments for Ableton Live 9 Suite.
The Archetype Bundle’s eight instruments (Beatdown, Sickness, Evilfish, Hatchet, Clone, Pulsator, Whoosh Machine and Rogue-One) run the gamut of vintage and modern instruments, which are manipulated and controlled with Archetype’s creative controls and interfaces.
Archetype also includes 2 Max for Live step sequencers, Synth and Drum, to use with Push, APC40 and Launchpad, to take hands-on control of your sound.