Allen & Heath make the DJ mixers that i dream of owning, their XONE range is found in the worlds most prestigious booths (and one day my front room).
When Paul Van Dijk first toured his Ableton Live setup it was with an Allen & Heath 4D mixer. Combining DJ Mixer and MIDI Controller the 4D was a mammoth and out of the price range of many aspiring DJ’s. The masterstroke was breaking out the MIDI Controllers to become the 1D and then developing it further into the K1 & K2 controllers we work with today.
We know the team at Allen & Heath like our Control Surface Script, with it’s Session Control turning the 4 x 4 grid of buttons into a mini APC40 and our MaxforLive Performance Template adding in control of parameters with switchable layers.
Want to use two controllers at the same time, well you can always sync them together with LaunchSync and double the amount of tracks you can control.
This Control Surface Script for Ableton Live extends the use of the Allen & Heath K1 & K2 including the Ring Focus Box and Mixer Control
The LaunchSync Series began life over the coffee table in the office of Novation, the team there had an idea of syncing together their LaunchPad family with the forthcoming LaunchControl XL. As we developed the idea it became apparent that everyone has a different view of what made the perfect performance set up, whether it be an Ableton Push based one or revolve around an APC40MKII the same things became clear!