Now that Ableton Link has been out for a little while, we’re starting to see some great apps integrate the technology, like Blocs Wave for iOS.
We couldn’t let Black Friday pass without getting you at least one juicy discount. So 30% off anything is yours at Ableton specialists Isotonik Studios until Sunday.
It’s coming up to two months since Apple released their latest OS X update dubbed El Capitan. Is it OK to upgrade yet? We round up the latest news.
Berlin-based Ableton go update crazy with a trifecta of treats: new features in Ableton Live 9.5, a brand new Push 2 and Ableton Link for jam sessions.
In a case of blink and you’ll miss it, Novation has slid their new RGB button laden Launchpad MK2 out almost under the radar. But we saw it, and here it is.
The Akai Pro MIDImix is likely to find a lot of friends, especially coming with Live Lite and being pitched at a very affordable price.
If you’re going to use software, it’s a safe bet that the hardware designed for it is going to be pretty hot. Such is the case with the Ableton Push. DJWORX teamster Darren E Cowley of Isotonik Studios impulse-bought one, but after the shortest play ended up boxing it up and putting it on to of a wardrobe to do house renovations. But having dug it out again, he sees what all the fuss is about. Here is his very detailed review, with a second opinion from Mark Settle.
We just steered full-on into production territory with the Akai Pro APC Key 25 controller. It comes with everything you need to knock out your own tracks.
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.