INNOVATIVE TOOLS FOR ARTISTS, SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS
EraserMice is Eric Ameres, he of the Youtube LearnMAX fame, his goal is the fusion of art and technology. After nearly 2 decades of successful multimedia entrepreneurship, he decided to roll up his sleeves and return to his roots for a karmic refresh…
Having been at work on aleatoric (algorithmic) music software since the late 80’s he started by writing M and Realtime for the Atari ST as part of Intelligent Computer Music Systems (David Zicarelli, co-author of the original M later founded Cycling 74, developers of Max). These days he’s developing add ons for Ableton Live to realize the early IM vision and to help others battle “the blank page” and turn their musical ideas into masterpieces!
Use the links on the right to purchase each product separately or buy the whole collection to make a saving.
ProSession Mixing Tools – Session View in Arrange Mode?
Forget all the limitations you’ve come to accept in Lives window layout! The eraserMice ProSession mixing tools are the original “sidecar” devices that let you simultaneously take advantage of session view, mixers and devices in heretofore unimagined ways.
Plus Reaktor, Renoise, Pure Data Plogue Bidule, VVV Touchdesigner, Isadora, Reaper, Coge, Supercollider, Circle, OSCulator, Vuo and many many others…
CogNition Idea Tools – Break the Deadlock
We’ve all experienced the dreaded blank page, or even gotten bored and stale with a project we’ve been staring at for maybe a bit too long. Or maybe you’re looking for ways to spice up a session or arrangement for use live. The eraserMice IdeaTools are just what the Dr. ordered!
The EraserMice Collection – £25.99
Ableton Live Ready packs that install directly to your browser which includes:
– ProSession Mixing Tools
– CogNition Idea Tools
– OSCular Series
Minimum System Requirements
Download the .alp file
Double Click on Live Pack
Ignore the Warning message regarding installing a Legacy Pack, this is so that the template and devices install directly into your browser
In the Browser navigate to Packs and open the .als file which is the pre-configured template