Skram Delay & Stochastic Delay: Two Fantastic New Max for Live Packs by Max for Cats

Christian Kleine, a.k.a. Max for Cats, has been busy. After the Max for Live modular synth OSCiLLOT, he's already finished two unique and creative delays now out on Sonic Bloom. Skram Delay and Stochastic Delay both take a fresh approach on time shifting of an audio signal, one of the most powerful and effective sound treatments ever invented.

Both Max for Live Packs are self-installing with an integrated lesson in Live's Help section and are available separately for EUR 10/USD 14 or as a bundle for EUR 18/USD 25. Save even more by getting them as part of the Max for Cats Complete Collection.

New Max for Live Packs by Max for Cats

Skram Delay

Skram Delay lets you dial-in various flavours of delay randomness which makes it perfect for 'instant glitch' sounds. From subtle changes such as slap-back or cardboard echoes to complete sonic chaos. A dual channel delay with modulated delay times, each channel can have completely independent settings or be linked.

The unique interface, which is pre-mapped and ready to use with Push or any other MIDI control surface, makes the Skram Delay not only sonically but also visually stand out.

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Stochastic Delay

The Stochastic Delay offers two independent, stochastically driven delay engines with two post-EQ filters, freely adjustable or synced tempo as well as built-in reverb.

The process can be adjusted either via mouse movements in the Resolution and Delay units or via the 'dice' buttons for a random injection. The Stochastic Delay comes pre-mapped and ready to use with Push or any other MIDI control surface.

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By |2017-02-02T20:12:08+00:00March 16th, 2015|Max for Live, News|0 Comments

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Madeleine Bloom is a musician, producer, multi-instrumentalist and singer from Berlin. She studied Electroacoustic Music at the Franz Liszt Conservatory. In the last few years she's worked as a technical support for Ableton and has helped countless people with her in-depth knowledge of Ableton Live, various other music apps as well as audio engineering.

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