To celebrate the launch of Ableton Live 10 and our new website we’re delighted to have a brand new device from Mark Towers that utilises the brand new MultiChannel Audio support in MaxforLive. Oh and it’s FREE!
When Multi Analyser is placed on a track with an audio output, it will automatically use that tracks audio signal as the ‘current track’ frequency visualisation. All tracks are monitored post-mixer.
If the device is moved or copied to another track, it will update the current track menu. If this does not happen immediately, simply click the ‘R’ button to the right of the menu to reset.
The current track is represented by the pink line on the frequency graph:
Compare Using the menus, up to 3 more tracks from the current Live set are selectable and will be represented on the graph as yellow, green and blue lines respectively. Any of the four tracks can be bypassed using the coloured buttons to the left of the menus, A, representing the current track, B, C and D representing the comparison tracks.
The graph to the right of the device displays the frequency spectrum of the selected tracks in real-time. The X axis represents frequency measured in hertz and the y-axis represents amplitude measured in decibels.
At the bottom of the graph are some additional options for customisation:
- Freeze pauses the display.
- Line Controls the thickness of the lines on the graph.
- Smooth applies a sliding function to the lines creating smoother, more gradual movements instead of faster peaks.
- Frames determines the frames per second for display updates when visualising an audio signal.
- Log/Lin switches the frequency elements of the graph between logarithmic and linear analysis.