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Surreal Machines releases Dub Machines for Ableton Live

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Surreal Machines Dub Machines

Surreal Machines has launched Dub Machines, a collection of analog modelled dub delay devices for Ableton Live and Max for Live.

Whilst the designs of the Dub Machines devices take full advantage of their digital engines, their sonic power stems from analogue gear and the inspiration it provides. This means that once we‘ve studied, analyzed and recreated the analogue circuit with DSP… we start again!

At the heart of our design process, the technical model is subjected to ‚creative hearing‘ – we finetune everything by ear and challenge the model with creative ideas that transcend its original design. This can mean adding a dirty digital rectifier or pumping sustain into a pure and buttery reverberation system – the only concern being the Surreal Machines sound aesthetic, which is truly our own.

MAGNETIC is based on one of the most loved and tested tape delays but developed with digital twists.

DIFFUSE employs digital feedback network techniques with a nod to some legendary analogue hardware from the 70‘s-90‘s.

Our interfaces have been designed with musicians in mind: easy to use based on simple musical instinct, while opening the door to deep sonic exploration – for those on a quest for their very own, personal sound.

Dub Machines is available from Ableton for 29 EUR.

More information: Surreal Machines / Dub Machines

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Shoogle Studios releases Shoogler free Max for Live filter

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Shoogle Studios has announced Shoogler, a free Max for Live filter device.

Shoogle Studios Shoogler

To celebrate the launch of our new Max for Live course we’re giving away this incredible multimode filter device! Featuring:

  • 2 Independent Filter Units
  • Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass, Band Stop and Peak filter types
  • 4x standard LFO’s and 1x combo to modulate cutoff, Q and gain
  • Full Push compatibility!

The Shoogler device is a free download (requires Facebook like).

More information: Shoogle Studios / Shoogler

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Spektro Audio releases DRG – Dual Rhythm Generator

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Spektro Audio has released DRG – Dual Rhythm Generator, a Max for Live device capable of generating clocks and rhythms that can be used with analog synthesizers and drum machines via control voltage.

Spektro Audio DRG

By using a combination of two clock generators and an optional boolean logic operator, DRG can generate anything from simple clock divisions to complex rhythms.
DRG is great for clocking analog sequencers, triggering envelopes, sequencing drum modules and etc.

DRG can be used in different situations. The workflow was thought out to work great both in the studio and in live concerts. Everything on the front panel, from the simple layout to the LEDs colors, was design to give you instant feedback of whats going on. Features such as the MIDI Controlled Presets let’s you add variation to your track and change the settings using either MIDI clips or any MIDI controller.

DRG requires an audio interface with DC-Coupled outputs or an Expert Sleepers ES-3 / ES-4 / ES-40 module.

DRG is available for purchase for $9.99 USD.

More information: Spektro Audio / DRG – Dual Rhythm Generator

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J74 releases StepLocker sequencing & modulation for Max for Live

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J74 has announced StepLocker, a new Max for Live sequencing and modulation device.

J74 StepLocker
StepLocker is based on the concept of parameter locking, whereby parameter settings can be associated (locked) to sequencer steps.

Besides the concept of it, one of the things I really tried to get right on this is the workflow. So in StepLocker parameter locking is very simple: Choose one or more steps in the sequencer, select a parameter in Ableton Live, set its value and lock it. You can do this for any parameter, in any device, in any track of Live.

On top of this I equipped StepLocker with classic step sequencer features, such as playback manipulation (step numbers, random step order, step lenght), value interpolation, value randomization and (post-locking) editing (such as copy, paste, erase).

StepLocker features

  • Up to 64 steps modulator with parameter locks for any parameter, in any device, in any track of Ableton Live.
  • Intuitive user interface based on simple actions: just click, set, lock and sequence. No routing or long menu’s involved.
  • Different modulation styles (Impulse/Hold, Gliding).
  • Real time sequencing controls: free step number count, step duration, random playback order.
  • Post-locking editing features: free editing of every recorded lock, randomization, shift values up/down, mute values, copy and paste sections.
  • Possibility of recording the modulation as Session clip automation or Arrangement automation.
  • Device state saved with the Ableton Live project.

The StepLocker device is available for $12 USD. Requires Live 9 or higher and Max 6.1 or higher.

More information: J74 / StepLocker

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Amazing Noises releases GliderVerb

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Amazing Noises has released GliderVerb, a free Max for Live device.

Amazing Noises GliderVerb

GliderVerb is a “reverberator with glissandos” simulating a room gradually changing its shape. It is an expanded version of an algorithm created by James McCartney for his Supercollider 2 programming language.

The original algorithm had no user-variable parameters: this device adds a series of parameters to create a wide palette of effects; from evolving reverberations to granular disintegration to smooth resonances.

GliderVerb is available to download at no charge. Requires Live 9 and Max for Live.

More information: Amazing Noises / GliderVerb

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K-Devices releases Herse audio effect for Ableton Live

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K-Devices Herse

K-Devices has introduced Herse, a new Max for Live device audio effect designed to rearrange and process audio in real time, released in partnership with Ableton.

HERSE is perfect to refine your sound, massively or slightly. You can heavily process your drum loops, or add echoes and cuts and clicks to guitar, voice, or any other kind of source. As an audio effect, HERSE works with live audio input, so you can use it with your clips, or just feeding it singing, playing any external or virtual instrument.

It’s composed by two main section: the slicer grid, and sequencers based effects. The buffer works tightly linked to the audio input, so you do not need to wait before start slicing, just hit play and go!

HERSE lets you apply different effects amount to any step: each parameter takes advantage of an exclusive step sequencer. Developed on the Max 6 engine, taking advantage of gen~, HERSE supports both 32 and 64 bit mode. No external objects are used in HERSE.

Herse is available to purchase at the Ableton Pack Shop for 19 EUR / $29 USD. Requires Ableton Live 9.0.1 or higher and Max 6.1.6 or higher.

K-Devices deals

K-Devices has also launched two special offers in celebration of the release of Herse.

Dropped price on Drumk2!

To celebrate the availability or HERSE, our new slicer, we are offering a special discount on our other slicer DRUMK 2: until March 31st CET 2014 it will be available at 19€, the same price of HERSE, instead of 29€ as normally. For an exhaustive features comparison please check the table at bottom of HERSE product page.

The Deal: get more M4L power for less!!

Applying the code kdeal to the cart, customers now can get a 20% of discount automatically. This offer is available on orders bigger than 50€.

More information: K-Devices

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K-Devices intros The Big Deal – 20% off

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K-Devices has launched a promotion, offering 20% off its Max for Live devices with orders exceeding 50 EUR.

K-Devices The Deal

We are happy to introduce a special deal on our max for live shop: starting from now, you will get a discount of 20% on shopping carts bigger than 50€.

You can get more Max For Live power for less!

Just apply the coupon kdeal during checkout to take advantage of this promotion.

More information: K-Devices

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