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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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Amazing Noises releases Dark Synth for Live & Max for Live

Amazing Noises Dark Synth

Amazing Noises has launched Dark Synth, an additive synthesizer for Ableton Live and Max for Live.

Dark Synth is an highly innovative new Max for Live synthesizer that marries the vast possibilities of additive synthesis with a super-intuitive interface.

As a great starting point for immersive sound-shaping, Dark Synth will introduce you to new horizons in sound design.

Dark Synth features

  • Define a waveform of up to 2048 partials (sine waves) for its main (additive) oscillator, using presets waveforms, spectral processing algorithms and freehand drawing.
  • Add up to 128 copies of the Additive oscillator, and each copy (generator) can be detuned and phase-shifted with respect to the others. This creates a sort of chorus which is very natural and deep, because it is not realized with modulated delay lines, but using an actual “choir” of generators.
  • Sub oscillator which can play classical band limited waveforms, and also noise tones.

Dark Synth is available to purchase for 49 EUR. Requires Live 9.0.1 or higher and Max for Live.

More information: Amazing Noises / Dark Synth

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Sonic Faction releases Dope Matrix for Ableton Live

Sonic Faction has announced Dope Matrix, a virtual synthesizer instrument for Ableton Live 9.

Sonic Faction Dope Matrix

Dope Matrix brings the modular experience into a digital world by combining famous analog oscillators with custom made effects modules.

Create your own patches to explore vast new dimensions of sound and design evolving textures for experimental sonic science. The instrument also includes a new Max for Live step sequencer that features a realtime matrix for hands-on control of your patch.

Instantly access any oscillator or effects parameter with a touch of a button. Dope Matrix allows you to intuitively interface with your sounds like never before.

Dope Matrix features

  • Virtual Modular Synthesizer for Live 9.
  • 4 famous analog oscillators: A-110, Plan B, Cwejman & Piston Honda.
  • 12 custom Effects Modules – vast new dimensions of sound.
  • Design evolving textures for experimental sonic science.
  • 100+ Presets included, optimized for Live’s browser.
  • Includes Max for Live Step Sequencer that features a realtime control Matrix for hands on control of your patch.

Dope Matrix for Live 9.1 is available to purchase for $40 USD.

More information: Sonic Faction / Dope Matrix

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Fabrizio Poce releases J74 Progressive for Max for Live

Fabrizio Poce of June74 Software has released J74 Progressive, a toolset for chord progression making and harmonic editing in Ableton Live and Max for Live.

J74 Progressive
The Chord Progression Editor with chord progression matrix and arpeggio editor, Analyzer and Harmonizer tools.

While very well equipped for the actual performance, Ableton Live does not provide any specific harmonic editing capabilities: you cannot ask Live to suggest a chord, if your are building a progression or if you imported a clip you do not have a tool to find out which scale that clip is in. Actually you do not have any notion of chord or scale in your material while editing in Live MIDI editor.

The J74 Progressive toolset targets exactly these topics. Progressive is a sophisticated tool for harmonic editing. It is capable of producing high quality chord progressions and arpeggios directly as MIDI clips and provides tools for scale and chord detection as well as MIDI clip harmonization.

Progressive is available to purchase for $12 USD. Requires Ableton Live 9 or higher, with Max for Live.

More information: Fabrizio Poce / J74 Progressive

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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

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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

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