Max For Live Packs

Jan 07, 2020 Max for Live is a platform that lets you build your own devices for use in Ableton Live. With Max for Live, you can create your own custom synthesizers, samplers, sequencers, audio effects, and much more. Max for Live also allows you to build devices that modify Live itself, including the properties of tracks, clips, and native Live devices. Puremagnetik's collection of free Ableton Live Packs represents a hand-picked assortment of goodies sourced right from our catalog of analog synths, digital beat machines, vintage keyboards and hacked gizmos. 16 Free Max for Live Packs from Ableton Sonic Bloom. When you download and install Live 9 Suite, only the Core Library is included. What a lot of people don't know is that you can download and install further individual Live Packs from Ableton for free. By now, there are 16 more packs for Max for Live you might not have, but want. HBO Max is a stand-alone streaming platform that bundles all of HBO together with even more TV favorites, blockbuster movies, and new Max Originals for everyone in the family. Stream Friends, Looney Tunes Cartoons, Wonder Woman, the Studio Ghibli collection, and so much more. MelodySauce is a Max For Live (M4L) device that generates melodic phrases as MIDI, this version is for Ableton Live ONLY! Designed as a music co-creation tool for anyone making music in mainstream electronic pop, dance and EDM styles, MelodySauce provides a quick and unlimited source of melodies that are created for you at the click of a button, for use as leads, synth lines, arpeggios.

A new approach to MIDI.

At once exciting, surprising, and instantly familiar, Strum is something like a manually controlled arpeggiator for your favorite hardware keyboard, Push, or other note input device.

Your modwheel or mouse gives you direct control over how chords are expressed in real time, while the LFO and orbit features introduce unplanned possibilities for your performance. Or, MIDI map the strumbar to use any controller or modulation device you have to rake through notes!

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Auto mode: the LFO.

In LFO mode, Strum becomes a sequencer with a mind of its own. Using the LFO in the Ascending or Descending note order mode will establish a consistent pitch contour to your performance, regardless of how many notes are being played.

Max For Live Packs
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Quantize note output.

While Strum excels at generating complex, free flowing patterns, the quantize function can constrain this chaos and render the output more useful in the context of a song. Combining this feature with Strum’s synced LFO can quickly find its way into your everyday workflow.

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Take a trip.

Adding a second layer of movement to the strumbar offers another means of relinquishing some control of note placement to chance. Faster speeds are perfect for making unpredictable, fluttery textures, while a slower rate will add subtle variation to your playing.

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@p_ATCHES Just bought your Strum M4L device and I love it!! So innovative. I've been using it with my VR MIDI Controller @MoveMusicXYZ : makes my arm the mod wheel so I can strum with arm movement. Thank you!! Also thanks @cdmblogs for posting about Strum so I found it. Too fun pic.twitter.com/7Ns6pH8MHr

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@p_ATCHES Just bought your Strum M4L device and I love it!! So innovative. I've been using it with my VR MIDI Controller @MoveMusicXYZ : makes my arm the mod wheel so I can strum with arm movement. Thank you!! Also thanks @cdmblogs for posting about Strum so I found it. Too fun pic.twitter.com/7Ns6pH8MHr

— Tim Arterbury (@Tim_Arterbury) January 13, 2021

u2764uFE0F looking forward to trying this with the push!

Max For Live Devices You Need (Free Download)

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❤️ looking forward to trying this with the push!

— Borderlands Granular (@BorderlandsiPad) January 11, 2021

MIDI Devices

Love this! Great idea. Autoharp playing technique is definitely an underappreciated design.

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Love this! Great idea. Autoharp playing technique is definitely an underappreciated design.

— Nick Suda (@cloud_canvas) January 11, 2021

Bought this and itu2019s just delicious uD83CuDF54uD83CuDF5F

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Bought this and it’s just delicious 🍔🍟

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— Shawn Roos (@shawnroos) January 14, 2021

Here's a short video demoing this (playing with @Ableton Push touchstrip, 'Orbit' mode turned on). A great, cheap way to introduce some 'play' into production. This was very fun to make! Awesome work @p_ATCHES!! https://t.co/nLgC7McEPrpic.twitter.com/V9LXomFBY3

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Here's a short video demoing this (playing with @Ableton Push touchstrip, 'Orbit' mode turned on). A great, cheap way to introduce some 'play' into production. This was very fun to make! Awesome work @p_ATCHES!! https://t.co/nLgC7McEPrpic.twitter.com/V9LXomFBY3

— Joe -/- Kid Mendel (@kidmendel) January 13, 2021
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