Reason version 11.2 now lets you drag MIDI clips into Live from three of Reason's MIDI-based devices: the Redrum drum machine, the Matrix step sequencer and the Dr Octo Rex Rex-file player.
We look at two Max For Live devices that bring your step sequencing to life.
We look at how you can use MIDI velocity to manipulate Live and route notes to different instruments.
We show you how to work with irregular tempos and rhythms in Live.
We show you how to get Live playing nicely with Reason 11.
We explore the wealth of third-party chord generators available for Live.
We look at a different approach for creating rhythms in Live.
We get avant–garde with some seriously experimental ways to use synthesis, sampling and effects to 'prepare' any instrument by altering its sound note-by-note.
Ableton Live 10.1, the first incremental upgrade to Live 10, has something for everyone and multiple improvements for most users.
We show you how to chop and change drum kit pieces on the fly in Ableton Live.
We look at a free MFL device that can breathe new life into tired loops.
We show you how to integrate your modular soft synths with Ableton Live DAW.
We look at how to capture and reuse third‑party samples in Live.
We show you some tips to streamline your mixing in Live.
Max For Live has a rich assortment of step sequencers. We look at some of the best.
Find out how to prepare your Instrument Rack for performance in Live.
We explore a free Max For Live Pack that could change the way you make music in Live.
We delve into Live’s sophisticated new audio delay effect, Echo.
Live has a few tricks up its sleeve to add variety to your drum patterns.
Max For Live’s take on convolution reverb is a versatile sound design tool.
We see how crossfades can be used creatively and cosmetically in Live.
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