Native Instruments entered the Ableton Live Controller world with a bang when they launched the Maschine Jam and we’ve got big plans for it!
The Maschine JAM offers the obligatory 8 x 8 Clip Launch grid that we’ve seen before on controllers like the LaunchPad, but then it surpasses many of the competitors with it’s TouchStrip faders.
As you navigate around your set you’ll never have to worry about moving a fader and having a worrying jump in parameters as the LED bordered touch strips update to show their current values.
We’ve only touched the surface of what this controller can do so far, we’re looking forward to bringing the generative sequencer magic of the Arcade Series to it in a future update!
First though we’ve been working with the Native Instruments team in Berlin. We’ve seen all of our feature requests included in the latest update to the control surface so we’ve been able to make it LaunchSync Series compatible.
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LaunchSync XLRated 4.67 out of 5
Sync Together Ableton Control Surfaces
PLEASE NOTE: This LaunchSync XL is not compatible with Scene Follow Actions in Live 11, this is due to the exclude feature which launches individual clips on a scene and doesn’t trigger the scene itself. A version without the Exclude feature for Live 11 is in development.
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!
Developer: Isotonik Studios | Compatibility: Ableton Live 10+ | OS: Mac & Windows | Minimum Requirements: MaxforLive is Essential