Category Archives: Releases

After the high of releasing the mammoth ADM Drums from AfroDJMac we’re proud to add to the Isotonik Sound Store line up our very own NOISS COKO and his inaugural Ableton Live Pack based on the Crumar Multiuman…

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This weeks solo release from Mark Towers’ Arcade Series Returns is FROGGER!! Based around an 8 step Gate Sequencer, you can make awesome melodies with this one…

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LDM Devices are known for their clear cut design and simple effectiveness, their last release Chance Ten went down a storm with it’s Brian Eno inspired randomisation. Now it’s the turn of Trisektor a MaxforLive 3-Band Delay and FX unit…

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Factorsynth is an experimental tool for sound modification and cross-synthesis based on matrix factorization. The input sounds are decomposed into a set of spectra and a set of temporal functions, which can be then recombined in several ways to obtain the output sound. It can be used as a spectral editing tool in which the […]

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Apart from the ability to choose the next scene by name we’ve spent most of our time in this update focusing on making Follow Scene even easier to use. One of the most common requests from people via the support system was to ask how to individually map a Follow Action, all becomes clear in […]

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Follow Five has four different Trigger Types and 10 Follow Actions to choose from. This video gives the low down on how and importantly why you’d want to use of them in a given context. Follow FIVE is the easiest to use version we’ve designed to date…

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Our most popular device is Follow, quite simply it performs automatic follow actions at a choice of trigger events. With the release of Live 10 we’ve begun our long and fruitful journey in bringing devices up to the new standards, Follow is the first to get the update…

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We’re always on the lookout for new and exciting MaxforLive devices to bring you, this one was introduced to us by our own Sigabort creator of Preditor 2. Having worked with Charlie Morgan on the programming of the device it’s now ready for it’s first public view…

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It’s time for another Q&A with Stray, part two comes courtesy of long time Abletoneer Sporkles, someone we’ve seen many times around the forums. The question regards adding new tracks in live, but how to configure the routing?

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When the creator of the original MultiClip Editor for Ableton Live said he was working on something new we knew it was going to be good. After debuting with the Frame Creator for LaunchPadders wanting to create MIDI light-shows, Chaos Culture hit the big time with the MultiClip Editor and even made it into print […]

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