Our range of devices focus on the creation and editing of MIDI notes first and foremost.
Under the MaxforLive MIDI Devices section we’ve got the individual MaxforLive sequencers from Ableton certified trainer Mark Towers that make up the Arcade Series. Whether you’re looking to create rhythms with the Pinball inspired PolyPin or chords & arpeggiators with Tetriq based on the classic Russian blocks game for the Gameboy, you’ll find new inspiration with what they create that’ll help you get over that dreaded writers block!
Now you have a number of clips full of MIDI what can you do with them next? Well if you’re one of the hundreds of people who’ve sent feature requests you’ll be wanting to be able to edit multiple MIDI clips at the same time on the same piano roll. That’s where Chaos Cultures MIDI Multiclip Editor comes in, allowing you to edit a number of clips in both session and arrange view at the same time!
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Ableton Live 9.6 & MaxforLive 7
If you’ve ever wished that you could select multiple clips in Ableton Live and view them in one MIDI Editor at the same time, well now you can!
MIDI Modulators allow you to quickly change the contents of a chosen MIDI Clip in Session or Arrange view with a range of modulators inspired by DAWs like Cubase and Logic. MIDI Modulators include:
Tetriq is inspired by the classic Gameboy Russian Bricks game, it’ll create chords and melodies based on the infamous block shapes joining together in a line.
PolyPin is a MaxforLive Generative Sequencer inspired by Pinball and controllable by a range of Ableton Live supported MIDI Controllers.
Up to 8 sequencers run in sync or independently using specially developed sequencer modes:
Advanced sequencing modes makes Asteroids a powerful MaxforLive sequencer for both experimental/generative melodic sequences or intricate/polyrhythmic drum patterns.
The Arcade Series is a collection of MaxforLive Generative Sequencers that can be used on their own or integrated with Ableton Live supported controllers. Designed and created by Ableton Certified Trainer Mark Towers each device takes it’s inspiration from the hours spent in front of flickering screens down the local Arcade.