Xmonsta has released version 2.0 of Pull, its iPad device editor app for Ableton Live. The new version adds support for controlling VST/AU plugins and Max For Live devices, directly from your iPad. Here’s what’s new in Pull 2.0: Control … Continue reading
Sound Training Online has announced it has scheduled the release of two new courses, covering Ableton Live and Native Instruments Maschine 2.0. Sound Training Online has enjoyed great success to date, by offering extremely high … read more
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XMonsta has released version 2.0 of its PULL Ableton Device Editor for iPad. PULL – is the iPad TouchScreen Device Editor for Ableton Live 9. Built in Max for Live and Lemur, it offers the … read more
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Published on Sep 27, 2014 Rheyne
DSI Mopho, Animoog & various controllers.
“Live looping with Ableton Live. Recorded in one take with no pre-recorded loops or samples.
Feel free to post questions in the comments! This vid doesn’t have my usual lighting and visuals I’ve used in previous vids, as it was recorded on a whim during a rehearsal, but my next vids will.
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Ableton has released version 9.1.5 of Live 9, its music production software for Windows and Mac. If you’ve used music software before, you’re already familiar with one half of Ableton Live. Live’s Arrangement View is … read more
ClickSound has launched Kimoze – Ableton Projects Pack, a sound library featuring two Ableton Live Suite MIDI Construction templates. Acid Baby Classic Roland TR909 drums with added spice from the awesome TR808 percussion. Both Ableton … read more
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Minimal System has announced that its Ableton Live packs are available at a 50% discount for a limited time. All Rack Packs now 50% off! Expand your Ableton Live library with Minimal System Minimal System … read more
Hello Samples has launched Sweet Chords Vol2, a collection of construction kits & chord kits. The second volume in our series of our experimental electric piano themed sample packs is out! Sweet Chords is back, … read more
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Today is Social Media Week in Berlin and various other cities across the world. I’m fortunate to get to join Gerhard Behles, co-founder and CEO of Ableton, and Matt Black, co-founder of Coldcut and Ninja Tune, in discussion. If you’re in Berlin, you can join us in person; the event is free. But we’re also live streaming from 14:05 Berlin time (08:05 over your cup of morning coffee New York, or California… uh, you might wait for the recording if you aren’t an early riser, that’s 05:05.) We expect to have higher-quality audio after the event.
It’s a great chance to get these two in a room together, because of where they’ve been, what they’re doing, and where we’re all going. Description:
It’s impossible to talk about music today without talking about production. If recording robbed music of its democratic aspect, digital production has made it democratic and performative again. But how do you cope with that new-found global overabundance? To answer that question, we’re joined by two of the people who have been deeply involved with the evolution of modern audiovisual performance on machines.
Gerhard Behles and Matt Black have each had a hand both as artists and technologists in the way in which music today is made. Behles was co-founder of the musical act Monolake, ground-breaking artists who would even release a Max patches alongside a record, before becoming co-founder and CEO of Ableton. With millions of users, Ableton Live (and now Push) have helped transform the use of computers in music making and performance.
Matt Black’s own career has parallels – half of the music duo Coldcut, his VJamm software pioneered live computer visuals. He is co-founder of NinjaTune, and on both the artist and label side has had enormous influence on music and technology alike. One of the first to make use of games and interactive media, he’s again challenging the notion of what makes a record with iOS remix app Ninja Jamm.
Black and Behles are hosted by Peter Kirn, editor of CDM (createdigitalmusic.com), which has chronicled the shifting relationship of tech and creativity over the past ten years.
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