The Max for Live device we're going to be using in this episode of "With a Little Help from Max for Live" comes from the new CV Tools Pack available for free from Ableton. Even though the focus of the
This Live Pack is based on the sound of a harmonica. Three fully macro-mapped Instrument Racks, one great for bass, one synth-sounding and the other one for arpeggiated bell-like sounds. Made in and for Ableton Live 9.
Ho ho ho and a merry Christmas to all of you! While others might give you a Live Pack based on bells, I'll give you the "Tuned Boing Drum" Live Pack (I've already done bells in May). It's quite the
As promised, new week - new Fairlight CMI Live Pack. This second one contains 63 Simpler presets full of guitar and bass sounds from an original Fairlight CMI IIx compiled in four Live Sets for Live 9.
I scoured the interwebz for some great free Ableton Live Packs as you never seem to get enough of those. This time I'm focusing on two big ones that give you plenty of sounds to work with.
Some years ago I got to play the Skinstrument II that uses our skin's resistance to generate sound whenever the circuit is closed by touching the instrument and each other. Back then I also recorded it and now created a
It's time for another Live Pack to be left out into the world. The 'Flageolet Live Pack' contains four Instrument Racks based on me playing a flageolet tone on my trusted old classical guitar. They're all macro mapped, work in
Here's another Live Pack I've created. It contains three Instrument Racks based on a kalimba sample. They're all macro mapped, work in Live 8 as well as 9 and can be used for anything from pling plong melodies to mean
To celebrate the release of Live 9, I've created a Live Pack for you. Aptly named 'On the Rocks', it contains three instrument racks with field recordings, the sound of a glass harp (bass, synth) and the clink of ice
This is video 3 out of 4 in my Ableton Live 9 Beta series which shows how to use the different Convert Audio to MIDI features in a creative way to start a song or track. This one is about