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WaveDNA updates Liquid Rhythm to v1.3.4

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WaveDNA has released version 1.3.4 of its Liquid Rhythm and Liquid Rhythm Intro beat generator software.

WaveDNA Liquid Rhythm

The latest update features bug fixes, improvements, and better Ableton Push support. Enhancements to the Ableton Push MIDI script allow for a smoother workflow in Liquid Rhythm Max for Live mode.

Another important improvement, the Scale Selector, available in Max for Live plugin mode, allows users to start experimenting with melody pattern generation.

Changes in Liquid Rhythm v1.3.4

  • Live 9 Max for Live plugin mode only:
    • Scale Selector – Generate melodic patterns by hiding away note lanes not in a specific key. Select root, mode, and octaves.
    • Lock clip button (from the Clip Selector) added to the Ableton Push layout.
    • Improved performance when switching Live clips and loading larger Live clips in Liquid Rhythm.
    • Clip Selector feature is accessible when no clip is selected within Ableton.
    • LiquidRhythm.amxd patch now has a very small version number printed in the bottom right corner.
    • Unlimited Live clips now display as track name and clip number in Liquid Rhythm.
    • Hitting User Mode in Ableton Push to gain access to Liquid Rhythm features will perform an auto-refresh to capture any changes made to the clip.
  • Kit Editor – Organize and save instruments together as a Kit in Liquid Rhythm. (Available in the Kit tab in the Library Browser, and the View Menu).
  • The Randomizer panel’s fourth slider can now be used to control randomization of Velocity, Groove Offset, or both together via a dropdown menu.
  • In the Diagnostics tab, enabling Diagnostic logging has been changed from a drop-down to a checkbox for ease of selection.
  • Added the option to swap between eighth-note and quarter-note based indicators in the BeatBuilder. (Right-click the numbers above the BeatForm Sequencer or BarForm List to choose).
  • Changing clip name within Liquid Rhythm is now undo/redoable.
  • Fixed an issue that would cause the file chooser dialogue box to appear behind Liquid Rhythm on Windows.
  • … Additional fixes and more information available in the full release notes.

Liquid Rhythm for Windows and Mac is available for $129 USD, Liquid Rhythm Intro is $49 USD.

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WaveDNA updates Liquid Rhythm beat generator to v1.3.2

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WaveDNA has released version 1.3.2 of its Liquid Rhythm and Liquid Rhythm Intro beat making software.

WaveDNA Liquid Rhythm
Liquid Rhythm now allows drag and drop of MIDI to your DAW or desktop.

The latest update includes a number of bug fixes and improvements, and the new ability to drag and drop MIDI arrangements out of Liquid Rhythm and either into any MIDI-capable DAW or onto the desktop. WaveDNA is also improving MIDI scripting support for the Ableton Push controller within the Liquid Rhythm MaxForLive bridge. The release features a beta version of that implementation.

Note: To use the MaxForLive Clips plugin in Ableton Live 9, update you Max to version 6.1.6 before installing Liquid Rhythm (Max must be installed first).

Changes in Liquid Rhythm v1.3.2

  • New features:
    • Drag & Drop MIDI from Liquid Rhythm (standalone or plugin-VST/AU/RTAS) into your favourite Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) (Click and drag on the dotted square in the transport. Right-click on it to adjust preferences for the drag and drop).
    • Choose a BeatForm directly using dropdown menus for each beat under the dials in the BeatForm Tumbler.
  • Improvements and updates:
    • Liquid Rhythm’s MaxForLive Clips patch has been redone to show a button that opens up the main window.
    • Ability to audition the individual elements of a kit when right clicked on the kit within the library.
    • Standalone mode has a new option, that when moving the loop region, confines the playhead to it.
    • Consolidated installer for all plugin modes. (Note: In the installer for Mac, the MaxForLive Clips plugin indicates that it’s 0 bytes in size. This is normal.)
    • Silent instruments (instruments without samples) will now send MIDI notes in plugin and standalone mode. (Useful for connecting another MIDI device to Liquid Rhythm to use as a controller.)
    • Mute/Solo changes in an Ableton Live drum rack are now automatically updated in Liquid Rhythm.
    • Performance improvements when selecting regions in the arranger.
  • Fixes:
    • Walkthrough would sometimes crash when attempting to access a part of the Liquid Rhythm window that was not visible.
    • Changing the colour of multiple tracks and pressing undo wouldn’t revert the colour changes.
    • BeatForm Mute toggle on Medium and Weak wouldn’t toggle.
    • When selecting a clip in Live, the first instrument track in Liquid Rhythm wouldn’t be selected by default; instead it would have the ‘focused region’ indicator, with some other track selected.
    • Mouse Wheel now consistently scrolls horizontally across the molecule tools panel. If you need to scroll vertically in a sub-panel, hold down Alt or Option key with the mouse wheel.
    • On some setups, the audio engine would sometimes cause an error on startup (it would access memory when it wasn’t ready).
    • MIDI Export Wizard and Audio Export Wizard would sometimes appear behind the application, and appear like the system is hung. Now forcing it to appear in front.
    • Downloading a new kit with standalone or plugin would cause a crash when simultaneously using the library.
    • If the ‘welcome to Liquid Rhythm’ window was closed, the menu bars would remain disabled in MaxForLive Liquid Clips mode.
    • Moving the loop region very quickly in clip mode would cause the loop region to grow.
    • Bug in destructive record fixed, where recording in destructive mode and changing in the arranger with the mouse at the same time would cause a crash.
    • BeatWeaver would disable in note edit mode when selecting a note even though there is region focus.
    • Windows XP now installs Liquid Rhythm MaxForLive mode automatically.
    • Accent Modifier note highlights would sometimes get stuck on-screen if you press the escape key.
    • BarForm Family in-place dropdown menu in the arranger wasn’t working.
  • Beta features:
    • Continuing improvements to the Push.
    • Visual display of the active locations in the track.
    • Added support for the BeatForm Tumblers.
    • Users can now select the instruments to edit by switching to ‘Ableton control mode’ on the Push and tapping the appropriate instrument button on the drum pads (bottom left quadrant of Push buttons), and then switching back to ‘User mode’.
    • Ability to enter ‘Ableton control mode’ without having to deactivate ‘User mode’ first.
    • Command Dialer allows customizing the buttons on the Arrange page.
    • Various performance and stability improvements.

Liquid Rhythm for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $129 USD; Liquid Rhythm Intro is $49 USD.

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WaveDNA updates Liquid Rhythm & Liquid Rhythm Intro to v1.3.1

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WaveDNA Liquid Rhythm

WaveDNA has released version 1.3.1 of Liquid Rhythm and Liquid Rhythm Intro, the MIDI sequencer and beat creation software for Windows and Mac.

We haven’t had an update to Liquid Rhythm in a while. Our release cycles are generally short, but the winter season has been very busy for us. Christmas was fun, NAMM was exciting, the snow… My goodness, so much snow. We’re finally releasing an update to our last major release.

It contains many bugfixes, a few enhancements to features, and most notably, the ability to control Liquid Rhythm using the Novation Launchpad S through the MaxForLive Clips Mode via Ableton Live.

We’ve had Launchpad support for standalone, and now we have support for Ableton Live users with the MaxForLive Clip mode for Liquid Rhythm. We’re also working on bringing MIDI scripting support to Ableton’s Push controller. This release features a beta version of that implementation – it’s a lot of fun! (Though we’re still ironing out the kinks.)

Details on what’s new in version 1.3.1 can be found here.

Liquid Rhythm is available to purchase for $129 USD/$49 USD (Intro).

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Plugin Boutique launches 24-Hour Sale on Liquid Rhythm

WaveDNA Liquid Rhythm

Plugin Boutique has announced a limited time sale on Liquid Rhythm, offering a 50% discount on the beat generation software by WaveDNA for Windows and Mac.

Liquid Rhythm is an innovative beat generator that enables users to access the building blocks of ten quadrillion rhythmic patterns, import pre-existing MIDI tracks created using their DAW of choice, and mine Liquid Rhythm’s library of loops and kits to quickly create inspiring rhythm tracks.

Liquid Rhythm features

  • Develop musical ideas by instantly inserting and swapping bar-long rhythm patterns.
  • Create beats fast by painting groups of notes directly onto the arranger.
  • Humanize the velocity and groove of multiple notes simultaneously based on their underlying color-patterns.
  • Generate musically-informed rhythm patterns from a customizable palette.
  • Create tom fills and multi-instrument percussion patterns.
  • Integrate Liquid Rhythm into your workflow as VST, AU or RTAS plugin.

Liquid Rhythm is available to purchase from Plugin Boutique for $59.50 USD (regular $119 USD). The sale ends December 30th, 2013.

More information: Plugin Boutique / Liquid Rhythm

Plugin Boutique launches 24-Hour Flash Sales

Plugin Boutique has announced its 24-Hour Flash Sales, offering various deals daily up the end of the year.

Plugin Boutique Sales

Come join us for our 12 Days of Christmas Celebration!

Alongside many other Christmas Sales, we will be hosting a different exclusive 24 hour sale every day!

Have a Merry Music Christmas!

24-Hour Flash Sales

  • 18 December – 50% off all Channel Robot Kontakt instruments.
  • 19 December – 30% off Cableguys Curve 2 synth plugin.
  • 20 December – 50% off Tronsonic Kork M500 Micro Presets.
  • 21 December – 50% off Arturia Spark EDM & Spark Dubstep.
  • 22 December – 30% off all Sinevibes plugins.
  • 23 December – 30% off FXpansion Bloom effect plugin.
  • 24 December – 20% off Audio Raiders Sasha SoundLab library.
  • 25 December – 30% off all kiloHearts plugins.
  • 26 December – 40% off AAS Chromaphone + 3 Soundbanks.
  • 27 December – 50% off Ohm Force Ohmboyz delay effect plugin.
  • 28 December – 40% off Tone Projects Sonitex STX-1260 plugin.
  • 29 December – 50% off Audio Spillage Elecktroid Drum Machine.
  • 30 December – 50% off Liquid Rhythm’s WaveDNA beat generator.
  • 31 December – 40% off Cakewalk Sonar X3.

Every sale will be 24 hours only.

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WaveDNA and Livid Instruments launches Liquid Rhythm & Base Bundle

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WaveDNA Liquid Rhythm with Livid Instruments Base

WaveDNA and Livid Instruments have joined forces and paired WaveDNA’s cutting edge beat generation software, Liquid Rhythm, with Livid’s touch sensitive MIDI controller, Base.

Livid’s Base combines the technology of a drum machine and a touch screen with an array of pressure sensitive buttons and sliders to control Liquid Rhythm’s beat creation features to quickly access quadrillions of rhythmic pattern variations

WaveDNA has created a demonstration to show this powerful method of building drum tracks. Watch the video for more information on Base and Liquid Rhythm’s integration.

The Liquid Rhythm and Base bundle is available to purchase for $449 USD (save $129 USD off the recommended retail price of $558 USD).

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WaveDNA updates Liquid Rhythm beat generation software

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WaveDNA Liquid Rhythm

WaveDNA has announced a significant update to the full version of its Liquid Rhythm beat generation software, including powerful new MIDI sequencing and editing tools to create and remix drum patterns.

This can now be achieved either directly in Ableton Live clips via Max4Live as a plug-in, or as a stand-alone application. Additionally, the company has released Liquid Rhythm Intro, a condensed version of Liquid Rhythm to increase accessibility for the electronic musician, music producer, DJ and film/television composer communities of music creators.

Boasting a redesigned user interface and a host of new features, Liquid Rhythm enables increased workflow efficiency by shortening the time users spend composing and searching for the right rhythm. It analyzes MIDI data and suggests complementary beats. This allows users to quickly complete their productions or go in new directions without having to change the entire structure and notation of the piece.

“When our users tell us that Liquid Rhythm is helping them translate their creative ideas to finished compositions,” states Doug Mummenhoff, WaveDNA co-founder and CEO, “We know we are doing our job. But, we aren’t stopping there. Our company and team of developers are aligned with the vision of revolutionizing electronic music composition, one software app at a time.”

Liquid Rhythm’s newest software update allows users the ability to quickly access literally ten quadrillion rhythmic patterns, import pre-existing MIDI tracks created using their DAW of choice, and mine their huge library of loops and kits to quickly and easily create rhythmic compositions.

Liquid Rhythm features

  • New: Ableton Live users can use Liquid Rhythm’s MIDI sequencing and editing tools directly in Ableton Live clips via a Max4Live patch. Seamless integration between the software applications improves production workflows.
  • The Music Molecule is a new way to represent MIDI. It uses color-coded patterns to group together and show relationships between notes. This provides the power to access and edit multiple notes simultaneously.
  • New: Intelligent Randomizer: Create drum tracks and fills by generating combinations of rhythm patterns from a library of presets.
  • New: BeatBuilder: In a single click, populate multiple bars with the beat of your choosing from palettes of rhythm patterns. Easily experiment with variations using a sequencer that swaps individual notes with clusters of notes. Instantly switch to a shuffle, double-time, or half-time feel.
  • Molecule Maps allow users to build beats in one or two clicks.
  • Updated: Accent Modifiers allows users to adjust the velocity and groove of multiple notes simultaneously according to the Music Molecule’s color-coded accent patterns.
  • BeatSeeker gives users the ability to find and use rhythm patterns that are common in specific genres.
  • New: ReGroover instantly rearranges groups of notes by switching underlying accent patterns to discover and explore new musical ideas.
  • BeatWeaver Rhythm Synthesizer creates and remixes drum tracks by exploring an extensive list of pattern variations across a bar of music.
  • Updated: In-Line Molecule Editing gives users the power to edit MIDI notes directly in the arranger. Music Molecules are updated in real-time around all note edits.

Liquid Rhythm for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/standalon) is available to purchase for $129 USD. Liquid Rhythm Intro (does not include BeatWeaver Rhythm Synthesizer, ReGroover, and Randomizer) is $49 USD. A 30-day Free Trail Version is available from the site.

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