This article is the second and last part of a mini series about the order of audio effects in chains. Part One looks at the different types of audio effects as well as some recommendations for the usual order of these
If you've ever wanted to have 3D sound features in Ableton Live, binaural_jit by Kasper Fangel Skov is the answer. It's a free set of flexible Max for Live devices for binaural spatialisation in Ableton Live. Listener and sound source
In this two part series, we're going to have a look at audio effects. First we go through the types of effects as well as best practises for the order in an effects chain, while in the second part, we'll look at some
While Max for Cats is busy developing new advanced devices, he tends to come up with nice ideas for simpler ones. BigMeter, a big volume meter with a phase correlation meter, is one of them that he followed through to
This time, I have found three free Max for Live devices that are quite simple, but each adds one specific feature that is missing in Ableton Live. I'm sure you will find at least one of them immensely useful. jot.zoomer
This is a question I've seen pop up over the internet again and again and I thought I'd shed some light on the topic. While there's a bypass button in some other DAWs that allow you to simply temporarily turn off
Chord Pitcher is a Max for Live audio effect that can re-pitch a sound to 4 different ratios in real time, to up to four octaves up or down. This can be great to use with any monophonic instrument, synth
If you master your own tracks in Ableton Live and have Max for Live, you're gonna like this free Max for Live audio effect by Alex Philipp. Referencer helps you compare your mastered track to commercial tracks or pink noise.
Last week, a new cat has been added to the Max for Cats collection. BENGAL, a semi-modular FM synth, available on Ableton. As you may know, there are also great Max for Live devices to be had on Sonic Bloom.
This week I have another simple, yet effective free Max for Live effect to mention. TransPan is a transient driven panner. This means depending on the transients of the incoming signal, the audio is panned left or right. This can