Livid has been working with the latest beta of the upcoming Bitwig Studio and has its Base controller working with it.
Here’s what they have to say about the combination: Continue reading
Livid has announced that it’s now shipping BASE – a MIDI controller that combines the technology of drum machines and touch screens.
Base merges pressure sensitive pads with touch faders, all lit with full-color LEDs. Base is completely editable and reprogrammable. You can customize the colors, notes, messages, velocity, and even dial in the pressure sensitivity per pad. It?s adaptable to any DAW and already has advanced scripts for Ableton Live and Bitwig. Continue reading
This video features Livid Instruments founder Jay Smith talking with controllerism champion Matt Moldover about the growing DIY movement, MIDI guitars, the evolution of “producer” and more.
This demo video, via Livid Instruments, demonstrates how you can use their Brain Jr. MIDI micro controller to create your own custom MIDI controller.
The Brain Jr provides a compact device for connecting sensors, switches, LEDs, and more. A single USB connection powers Brain Jr. and provides driverless, class-compliant MIDI communication to your computer. Continue reading
This video, via takes a look at how to set up a Livid Elements Modular Eurorack MIDI System.
With the Livid Elements system, you can create a custom controller layout by selecting and combining the modules that you need. Each module connects to the Elements Brain for plug-and-play configuration and setup.
Details are available at the Livid site.