Hello! The christmas holidays are over. Jim Hurley has made us a late christmas present. The exciting live livepack is called overload. Surprisingly, there is no page about the livepack. I just can offer you the download links for Abelton Live 7 and Live 8.
After installation you can find the devices in your lives device browser under:
But what do the instruments sound like? I would call them experimental, atmospherical and dark. So a good choice for making dubstep. Check out my sound example to gain your own impression.
For my mind the instruments stereo effects are a bit over the top. So I used the Abelton’s Utility effect to reduce the influence. Unfortunately, these instruments stresses your CPU. 60 percent CPU usage is too much. I propose you record a audio clip to use it.
Sometimes I ask myself what’s the style of a song. Or I am looking for some sound examples of a special music style. The following page is offering a tour through all important electronic music styles. Sorry, for the terrible design.
Hello again! I don’t want to reopen the discussion about annoying flash. But there is a beautiful flash based instrumen ToneMatrixs from Andre Michelle. I would say a flash-audio guru. You may know him from Hobnox-audiotools. He created a matrix step sequencer and synth similar to the Tenori-On or the Monome.
Check out the single instrument or the whole virtual studio:
Yesterday I stumbled upon a interesting web service called Myna at Aviary.com.
I think this web application should not be considered as an online sound editor. Better call Myna a online remixing application. You can use tracks from a library, your uploaded or recorded files. There are track seperated effects and a mastering section. I think you should try it.