With an update following so closely on the heels of the last, you can probably guess that it's one that doesn't bring any new features, but merely bugfixes. The update is of course free for all current users. If you've
Christian Kleine aka Max for Cats is back with a free update for all current ConChord users. ConChord, the pulse driven chord step sequencer, now features 16 steps instead of just 8, which gives you a maximum of 112 pulses,
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
A few weeks ago, the MSE Synthesizer System by Max for Cats came out. There were a few minor issues which Christian Kleine has fixed in this update. He's also added a few improvements and created further presets for the
Max for Cats has been at it again and created a fantastic new synth. Actually a whole synth system. The MSE Synthesizer System consists of three components: the synth module, the Quad, four of the MSE synths stacked together, and the
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
This week I've got a brand new and free Max for Live MIDI effect by Max for Cats for you. TriggerTune is designed to play a melodic sequence with just the press of a (MIDI mappable) button or by an
If you ever wanted to be able to step sequence any parameter in Live, have a look at StepOne. If it looks familiar, that's because it is based on the Arp One by Max for Cats as well as some
You might be familiar with Nico Starke's "ML-185 Stage Controlled Sequencer". Now there's an updated version of it available for free. The most notable change in the MK16-185 Sequencer are the 16 steps instead of 8, an often requested feature.
Genstep16 is a very interesting kind of step sequencer. It has the ability to generate new arpeggio/melody patterns over time. Also adding variations in velocity and duration make the patterns seem very organic and human. Very inspiring!