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Ableton Live 11.1: native support for Apple Silicon, new Max for Live tools

The latest update to Ableton Live launched today, version 11.1 – a free download for Ableton users that, most importantly, adds native support for Apple computers that run on the M1 Silicon chip. If you’re working off one of the M1 Macs that were released in 2020 or 2021 (you can see a full list […]

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Latentscape – Franz Rosati

Latentscape – Franz Rosati
Created by Franz Rosati, 'Latentscape' depicts exploration of virtual landscapes and territories, supported by music generated by machine learning tools trained on traditional, folk and pop music with no temporal and cultural limitations.

A beginner’s guide to adding DJ tracks to your synthesizer set

Par : Nils Lobie

To start: let’s paint a picture. You spent quarantine holed up away from shows and decided to get into synths, drum machines, samplers, and the wide world of hardware noise generators and effects. Now, you have a newfound love of live jamming on your shiny, blinky gear that you want to share with the world […]

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Ableton’s Live 11 Lite is here, and it’s free for Live Lite users

Ableton has released Live 11 Lite today, and it’s available for free to all Live Lite owners. The upgrade offers an array of new features and updates to to the DAW to round out quite the capabilities it offers for music producers. Some of the key features included in the upgrade: Support for MIDI Polyphonic […]

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object blue & TSVI: Thought Experiment – Organic to electronic evolutionary processes

object blue & TSVI: Thought Experiment – Organic to electronic evolutionary processes
Created by Matteo Zamagni, this video speculates the shift from organic to electronic evolutionary processes. Cybernetic organisms, partly made of organic structures and part electronic components respond to their environment in a variety of ways at an ever-increasing speed.
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