So... I've been creating five new themes (fka skins) for Ableton Live 10 for you. Some lighter, some darker, some with only some sprinkles of colour amidst the greys, others with tinted greys. Hopefully at least one that fits your
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
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
When the Live 10 beta dropped, I got quite a few messages asking if the Live 9 skins would still work. They do, but the transport bar stays grey, which works okay for some skins, not so well for others.
I'm back with five brand new Ableton Live skins for you that, as usual, you can download for free (or for a donation in case you'd like to say thank you). The one called amber was requested by Sonic Bloom
I always keep an eye out for interesting new Max for Live devices. These four utility tools by Loptimist, who admits to being new to Max for Live development, only have one function each, but are very useful in their simplicity.
After releasing the Mellotron samples separately, I'm doing the same now with all the original Fairlight CMI samples that were previously only available in my free Fairlight CMI Live Packs, so that you can use them in any DAW that you
DEKOBOKO凸凹FX, a Max for Live audio effect by Tokyo based Art Frequencies, combines stereo state variable filters controlled by a step sequencer with up to 32 steps for both left and right outputs, as well as a degrader. This versatile