Odesi is a fairly new music composition standalone application made by Mixed in Key. The folks who made it easy for DJs with no knowledge of music theory to DJ their tracks in key, now tackle the same issue in
LK, an iOS and Android controller app for Ableton Live, already came out in early March. Formerly known as LIVKONTROL by Imaginando, LK has gotten a complete overhaul. With version 1.0.4 out now, it has gotten another bunch of improvements
By now there are countless key layouts at our disposal. Traditional ones like the piano roll or the layout in fourths (string instruments, e.g. the guitar) that require knowledge in music theory as well as modern ones created to make
For those of you working on a Mac OS X with a big plug-in library there's now Auganizer. This app allows you to organise all your Audio Unit plug-ins however you want. This way you can come up with your
This week, the Musikmesse is happening in Frankfurt again. There are some products directly aimed at the use with Ableton Live and since this is a site about Ableton Live, I'll focus on those.
Sound Chopper is an application built in Max/MSP and for Mac OS X by sound designer Matteo Cerquone. It allows you to manipulate and transform pre-recorded sound through its many sound effects such as pitch shifter, reverb, delay and looper
There are quite a few touchscreen controller apps available for iPhone and iPad, even if you only count the ones dedicated to controlling Ableton Live. Not so on the Android app market. LivKontrol is the only controller for Live that
A week ago I wrote about Eric Ameres's Max for Live devices that allow detaching the Session View or its mixer and even individual devices. He's been busy developing a standalone version for OS X that you can use with