Livid BASE Preview

Here’s a preview of the Livid BASE in action – a jam with the BASE & Ableton Live

Livid BASE is a new MIDI controller that’s designed to combine the technology of drum machines and touch screens. It offers 32 pressure-sensitive pads, nine touch sliders, eight touch-sensitive buttons, and eight momentary buttons.

It’s priced at $399 and available for ‘pre-order’. See the Livid site for details.

6 thoughts on “Livid BASE Preview

  1. maybe this is petty, but considering that 90%+ are right handed, wouldn’t it have made more sense to put the touch-fader LEDs on the left side so your fingers/hand don’t obscure them?

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