The forthcoming Ableton Live 9 contains an enhanced set of audio effect devices for mixing and mastering. We sat down with Daniel Büttner, the head of our Sound Team, to discuss the improvements to these new devices, and how they came to be.
We're pleased to announce some Ableton-related events in collaboration with our friends at Create Digtal Music, for the MusicMakers Hacklab during Berlin's upcoming Club Transmediale Festival. The Hacklab will be at:
Don't miss these Live-related workshops at the Hacklab:
17:00 Controlling everything in Live: a workshop.
Ableton's Christian Kleine, a sound artists and Max for Live expert whose contributions are featured heavily in Live 9's new Max for Live drum synths and control devices, presents on how to take control of almost any aspect of Live in performance. Christian will focus particularly on the meanings and possibilities of Live's API tools.
14:00 Demdike Stare
Miles Whittaker of Demdike Stare presents an inside look at how he works with production and custom instruments in Ableton Live. Miles' group Demdike Stare will also be premiering a new audiovisual performance during CTM at Haus der Kulturen der Welt.
In addition to these workshops, catch Ableton artists all week at the Hacklab, including Imogen Heap and Moritz Simon Geist, creator of the MR-808. Entrance to all Hacklab events is free.