No matter how many feature wishes Ableton will grant us in updates und upgrades, there will always be things we wish we could also do. And this is exactly, where Max for Live or better developers come in to play.
By now, most Sonic Bloom readers are probably aware that Christian Kleine aka Max for Cats has a soft spot for old analogue gear. Of course, this goes for all the flaws and shortcomings of these vintage machines as well.
Ableton have just released a new free Max for Live Pack. Creative Extensions includes eight tools designed for new sound design features in Live 10 Suite and was created in collaboration with Amazing Noises. This collection includes new ways to pitch
This time I selected three free Max for Live devices from the latest releases on maxforlive.com that can be very useful for live performances. Of course, they may also come in handy in your music productions, but in my opinion, they
I've been rummaging through the Max for Live online library once again and picked out three free devices for you that you should find very useful. Mix Matcher 1.0 Mix Matcher by Funkatronics is a mix referencing tool that allows
I've been thinking of creating a live performance setup for electronic clubs that integrates VJing with live jamming for a long while. I've always also worked with visual art and I make my own music videos, so this seemed like
You might be aware that Christian Kleine aka Max for Cats is into vintage hardware synths. He's also very much interested in old hardware effects and has a nice collection. He's now used his knowledge and skills to create a
ClyphX has been my secret weapon for a long time. Without it, my live performance setup would not be possible. It's a MIDI remote script for Ableton Live that allows for very simple scripting to control any parameter in Live.
Max for Cats has finally found some time to work on some great updates. Noland got a complete overhaul, which makes the unique synth even more versatile, and Skram Delay got an update as well. Both updates are free for
Today I've picked out five free Max for Live MIDI effects that were released recently, and that are fairly simple with not too many features, but the ones they have, add something to Live and make it better or more