Ableton Live is a slightly abstract concept for DJs to grasp. But it need not be difficult to tame and understand, and that’s where the Ableton Push controller comes in. Watch Simon Lyon create beats and music just on the Push without needing to use his laptop screen.
Reloop dips its toe in the growing DJ/producer pool with the Reloop Keypad. Darren E Cowley flexes his established Ableton Live skills and checks it out.
If you’re in London this weekend and fancy a play with Ableton gear, get yourself off to the Meltdown event. And there’s a hefty ticket discount too.
After the longest beta ever, the much anticipated Bitwig Studio is here. And you can try it for yourself via demos for Windows, OS X, and Linux.
Reloop aren’t just about DJ gear it seems, as BPM 2013 saw the Reloop Keypad and Keyfadr controllers for Ableton unveiled.
Fancy Ableton Live 9? Get your wallet out because all of its variants are 25% off for a few days from the Ableton webshop.
While known as a DJ, Paul Van Dyk is much more than that. Vestax UK followed him for 2 years and captured a snapshot of his setup and show.
Now that Ableton have their own Push controller coming, Novation have responded with a class compliant cosmetically enhanced Launchpad S.
Ableton Live 9 is in the stalls and ready to go. Purchase and download yours today. But you might have to wait a bit for Push.
Now here’s a surprise, but not really – hardware from Ableton. Push is a big box of buttons for making Live easy to use. Well… once you’ve learned Live anyway.