I’ve always thought it was pretty hard to actually play MIDI instruments using a touchscreen device – i.e. iPhone, iPad etc. This new app is a step in the right direction though – a new ‘Scale Snap’ feature corrects wrong notes on the fly.
KeyPlay works via wireless with any Mac MIDI software (Ableton Live included of course) – read on for more info!
In just 4 – 5 months, ‘Everything Ableton’ has come a long way! 1,400+ twitter followers, masses of pageviews, and a pretty wide following in general.
At the moment, there’s a few changes I’d like to make, some new stuff we’d all like to see – and of course a chance for you to say what you want too! Read on past the break to get the full scoop on everything that’s happening and what’s coming up.
There’s often a whole lot of things that will be pretty much the same with each of your Live sets. You could just set up all of these things every time you start a new Live set – but hey, there’s a better way to do it!
Using the save template option in Live’s preferences, you can customize exactly what you get when you start a new Live set. This has the potential to save you a whole lot of time in the long run.
There’s a whole lot of great Ableton Live tutorial videos floating around the web – and there’s also a whole lot of not so good ones.
To save you from wading through the large sea of videos that is Youtube, I’ve compiled a list with 10 of the best. Enjoy!