Liine today released Lemur – it’s open-ended multi-touch music controller platform – for Android.
Lemur was originally a hardware controller – the JazzMutant Lemur. But, when Apple released the iPad, the dedicated hardware version was doomed. By 2011, the platform was reborn as a Lemur application.
Now Liine has introduced Lemur for Android. But, while it’s available for Android, it’s only officially supported on the Nexus 7. Liine explains why: Continue reading
Avantgarde Sound has released nChord v3 – HeartEater – a ‘harmony modular super algorithm/MIDI control super instrument’ for the Liine Lemur platform on iPad.
The app turns an iPad into a MIDI controller based on music theory, with a library of 7,000 chords and dozens of scales.
Here’s what’s new in nChord v3: Continue reading
K-Devices has released a new Max For Live device, TED, a “highly editable” function generator with CV/Gate output.
TED allows the user to modulate a broad range of things in Ableton Live, including the user interface, other devices and third-party plug-ins, with complex waveforms and functions.
Morph Board is a free tool designed to make it easy to store, recall and morph presets on Liine’s Lemur app for the iPad. Continue reading
Liine has released Lemur 5.0 – the latest version of its MIDI/OSC control app for iOS.
Version 5.0 introduces the Canvas object, which lets you create completely custom interfaces; and the Sequencer family of features:
- Canvas is a brand new object that lets you script custom widgets with full multitouch support. The object is adapted from the HTML5 Canvas element, which means you can design widgets featuring complex shapes, animation, shadows, and transparency .The Canvas object opens the door to a completely new Lemur experience, where the appearance and behavior of objects can be designed to precisely match the demands of your project. Polygons, waveforms, circular objects and infinitely more are all possible with Canvas.
- Sequencer – Lemur 5.0 introduces a family of new features for tight sequencing. This includes three new objects: StepNote, StepSwitch and StepSlider. Each of these provides a different flavour of sequencing and is ready to use right out of the box. The objects do the hard work for you, simple add them to your template and they are ready to control your MIDI instruments.
Here’s a video intro to Lemur 5.0: Continue reading
Liine is having a Holiday Sale on Lemur, its MIDI control app for the iPad.
Lemur is currently available for US $24.99, 50% off the regular price. The sale is going on from December 20 2013 up to January 19 2014. Continue reading
Liine has released LiveControl 2, a new version of its ‘next generation’ Ableton Live controller.
Here’s what they have to say about LiveControl 2:
LiveControl 2 gives you every single feature you need to jam, produce and perform with Ableton Live.
The interface is divided across four pages: Launch, Modulate, Play and Sequencer. Each page is deep and feature-rich, while the layout is clear and intuitive. Compatible with both Live 8 and Live 9.
Here’s a demo of LiveControl 2 in action: Continue reading
Liine today announced a major update to Lemur – its modular MIDI/OSC controller platform for iOS.
Lemur 4 add a fully-featured in-app template editor, so you can create new controllers directly on your iPad; and three new user interface skins.
Liine also today announced LiveControl 2, which they describe as ‘the ultimate Live controller’. LiveControl 2 will be a free download and is expected in early 2013.
Here are the details: