For those of you interested in OSCiLLOT that weren't quite sure if it is the right thing, I've got good news. Max for Cats have just released a free Lite version of it. As the name suggests, it doesn't come with as many features as the full version, but it's still a lot of fun to use. It's also a great tool to get into synthesis and learning how to patch a modular synth without needing the extra space.
For all users of CatStretch we have great news. Version 2 with lots of new features is out now and it's free for everyone who had purchased version 1. And if you bought the Stochastic Delay and happen to own a copy of OSCiLLOT, you will be happy to hear that a module for Max for Cats' modular system of the effect awaits you in Your Account (don't forget to log in first).
I've seen quite a lot of questions about the exact modules that are included in OSCiLLOT by Max for Cats. Here's the module list of the v.1.0 release (click on the module group titles for more information on the individual modules).
Creating a Modular System for Ableton Live – Exclusive Interview with the Makers of OSCiLLOT (Part 2) & Giveaway
Yesterday I posted the first half of the interview with Christian Kleine and Nico Starke about their new Max for Live modular system OSCiLLOT. Here's part two of the Max for Cats interview. They also kindly gave me five licenses for OSCiLLOT. So if you'd like one, you could try your luck and take part in the giveaway that's running from now until Monday at midnight CET. Good luck!
Creating a Modular System for Ableton Live – Exclusive Interview with the Makers of OSCiLLOT (Part 1)
Today sees the release of OSCiLLOT by Max for Cats, a Max for Live modular system comprised of three Max for Live devices, over 100 patchable modules and 79 presets to get going. This time it's a collaboration between Nico Starke and Christian Kleine.