Ableton Live 9.7 promises big improvements to slicing, recording and programming beats with Push.… Read More Ableton Live 9.7 Bringing Big Improvements (Sneak Preview)
Canadian Ableton-Certified Training Center, Beat Drop, has recently released a free “Stank Pack.” The sample pack draws on a collection of classic and modern gear, with drum sounds sampled from the Oberheim DX and Roland TR-8. Bass lines were crafted with Oberheim’s OB-8 and Novation’s Bass Station II. Leads were made with the Novation Bass… Read More Free ‘Stank Pack’ For Ableton Live, Ableton Push
Here’s a quick demo of how to use Ableton Link, via AfroDJMac.
Jürgen Moßgraber has announced Push4Bitwig support for Ableton Push 2. Using the script, Bitwig users can use an Ableton Push 2 controller. Here’s an overview video:
Markus Fuller continues his series of teardown videos with a look inside the new Ableton Push 2 controller:
In this video, AfroDJMac compares the new Ableton Push 2 to the original Push 1.
Mark Egloff at AZ-LABS let us know that he’s published a free Max For Live device that brings Push 2’s Pad Slicing feature, introduced with Ableton Live 9.5, to any MIDI device.
Ableton today introduced Push 2 – a major update to their hardware controller for Live. The second-generation Push features a larger, multi-color display, improved hands-on sampling options and softer, more expressive pads. Here’s a video overview of the new Push 2: