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Robert Henke releases LFO 2.0 for Ableton Live

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Robert Henke has announced the release of LFO 2.0, a free device rack for Ableton Live.

Robert Henke LFO 2.0 for Ableton Live

LFO 2.0 is the result of trying to build the best general purpose swiss knife LFO for myself. It needs Ableton Live 9.x with Max4Live installed.

It offers three basic ways of modulating a target: Directly via Live’s engine, (Engine) which disables manual control of the target parameter and is perfect for fast modulations. Or via a method similar to manually turning a knob on the user interface (GUI), which can create automation data when recording.

And, as a third mode it can put out the modulation as audio signal (Audio) which is useful for creating control voltages for analog synthesizers.

The device is a free download at Robert Henke’s website.

More information: Robert Henke / LFO 2.0

Fabrizio Poce releases J74 Volca Control series

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J74 Volca Control

Fabrizio Poce of J74 has launched Volca Control, a collection of software editors and control surfaces for the Korg Volca series.

The J74 Volca Control package provides you with three editors and control surfaces for the Korg Volca series: the VKeys, VBass and VBeats.

These tools allow you to control, store and modulate all Volca native MIDI parameters while adding a bunch of new features for synthesis and performance, such as: filter KeyTracking (both VKeys and VBass), Chorus-like effects (VKeys), additional tempo sync LFO (VKeys), Pitch Tuning and modulation modes (VBass), 3x note Polyphony emulation on VBass, MIDI velocity emulation on VBeats, LFO auto-tuning modulation (VBass and VKeys) and Solo/Mute controls on VBeats.

All devices also offer presets storage (load, save, recall), a X/Y Panel for modulation of two parameters simultaneously and a parameter randomizer.

The J74 Volca Control package is available to purchase as standalone desktop applications for Windows and Mac and in Ableton’s Live Max for Live format, priced at $8 USD.

More information: Fabrizio Poce / J74 Volca Control

K-Devices releases EXT 2 + Black Friday Sale

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K-Devices EXT 2

K-Devices has announced the release of EXT 2, a Max For Live audio effect designed to modulate anything you want in Ableton Live.

In the last year, EXT became a great success. Many of our customers did amazing things with it, and you are probably one of them.

We worked a lot on new devices this year, and we always thought “hey, how can we improve EXT?”.
Well, it’s done!

EXT 2 is a completely redesigned device, starting from the core! Now it is lighter and more CPU friendly, with a bunch of new features: now you can shape each step of the sequencer with a precise envelope editor, it supports different note values like dotted and triplets, it has a swing control, and time variations parameter too. This little monster can do a terrific job in your set!

EXT 2 is available as a free download today only. From November 30th, 2013 CET, it will cost 3.99 EUR.

K-Devices has also launched a Black Friday Sale, offering 40% off its products when using coupon code BlackFriday13atKD at checkout.

Add this to get the 40% of cart discount in our shop until December 1st 2013 CET. This is valid for any of our Max For Live devices we sell and for EDU courses. Minimum order is 9.99€.

More information: K-Devices

Spektro Audio updates Spektro Nucleation for Max for Live to v2.0

Spektro Audio has released version 2.0 of Spektro Nucleation, a Max For Live device that functions as a waveshaper and bitcrusher.

This major (and free!) update brings some exciting new features to our beloved waveshaping device.

Spektro Nucleation

Changes in Spektro Nucleation v2.0

  • gen~ processing: During versions 1.0x, Nucleation, like most MaxforLive devices, processed sound in blocks of samples. Now, in version 2.0, it upsamples the signal by 2x and then uses the gen~ technology to process sample-by-sample! This new processing method results in less digital artifacts, less aliasing and a more pleasing timbre for your sound.
  • New controls for you to shape your sound even further: offset and shift! Even tho the Offset control already existed in the previous versions, it now works differently due to the new gen~ processing method. The new Shift control allows you to shift the waveform forward in time, completely changing the sound.

Spektro Nucleation is available to purchase for $5 USD. A free lite edition is available to download.

More information: Spektro Audio / Nucleation

Save 20% on all Ableton software

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Ableton 20% off

Ableton has announced a limited time 20% discount off all Ableton software and even more when you buy Live 9 with Push.

With this year’s holiday season approaching, we’re presenting a special offer to the Ableton community. From now until January 15, save 20% on all software.

Discounted items include:

  • New purchases of Live 9 Suite, Standard, and Intro
  • Upgrades to Live 9 Suite and Standard
  • Push/software bundles
  • Packs
  • Max for Live

When you buy Live, you’ll also get the new improvements to Live 9.1 – including dual monitor support (see Session and Arrangement at the same time in different windows), the new melodic step sequencer for Push, higher-quality rendering, and more. Learn more about the improvements in Live 9.1. Presently, Live 9.1 is available pre-release as a beta.

More information: Ableton

Point Blank intros free Monster Timestretch device for Ableton Live

Point Blank has announced Monster Timestretch, a free Max for Live device for Ableton Live by Daniel Herbert.

The new Max for Live device from Point Blank is a timestretching plugin based on a technique known as phase vocoding and can time stretch sounds in realtime. It’s similar to the fantastic Paul Stretch and is ideal for creating slowly evolving drone-like textures as well as more futuristic sounds.

There are four different modes which allow you to play through and explore the sound in a variety of ways and literally freeze the sound.

The plugin is limited to processing the first 30 seconds of an audio file and only works within Ableton as a M4L device and will not play in any other DAW. We recommend you use resampling if you need to record the effect to a new audio file.

The plugin is a free download at Point Blank.

More information: Point Blank / Monster Timestretch

Sonic Bloom releases Verbotron free Max for Live reverb

Verbotron

Sonic Bloom has introduced Verbotron, a free Max for Live device by Christian Kleine.

Hurray! We’ve reached the landmark of 200 posts on Sonic Bloom with this one. And it comes packed with a little surprise for you – Verbotron made by Christian Kleine, exclusively here on Sonic Bloom.

A great Max for Live addition to your collection of reverbs. The Verbotron uses the original Gigaverb algorithm by Juhana Sadeharju which is also known as “Gverb” in Audacity. It also features a handy visual representation of the reverb parameters.

Verbotron is available as a free download to Sonicbloom members (registration is free). Requires Live 9 and Max for Live (6.1).

More information: Sonic Bloom / Verbotron

UplandToys releases BallSequencer for Max for Live

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UplandToys has introduced a Max for Live version of the BallSequencer MIDI instrument.

UplandToys BallSequencer

BallSequencer is a sequencer based around the idea of MIDI messages being generated by balls moving around inside a rectangular area. Notes are triggered whenever a ball collides with the boundary of the rectangle.

You can set parameters that will control the movement of each ball, in addition to possible note and velocity values depending on which wall is hit. All parameters have a brief explanation which can be viewed by opening the live help window and hovering over the parameters.

The BallSequencer for Max for Live is a free download.

More information: UplandToys / BallSequencer