Livid’s controllers are getting ever smaller. And their new Kickstarter based Minim is the smallest so far. Wireless, 3D, RGB — it’s all in there.
ALS is an acronym on everyone’s lips right now, none more so than Livid founder Jay Smith. Having been diagnosed with the disease, he’s set up a fundraiser, so that instead of wasting water, you can donate real cash to help fund research into this terrible condition.
We first saw the Livid DS1 MIDI mixer in a very prototype condition at NAMM 2014. But now they’re ready for pre-order.
When you get something right, it doesn’t need reinventing. But Livid Instruments has made their Base controller a little better. Presenting Base II.
Like the APC40 and Push before it, the Livid Base controller harnesses the power of Ableton Live. Jared presses buttons and writes words.
Livid Instruments controllers are unique enough, but the limited edition OhmRGB Midnight Chrome is about as exclusive as it gets. Just 10 – get yours today.
For you, does plug and play mean breaking out components to make your own controller? Share and win a Livid Brain Jnr.
You can always depend on Livid Instruments to do things that nobody else is doing. An this year’s NAMM has brought the lovely Livid Base Controller.
Livid make highly desirable controllers, and the Livid Base is likely to be the most desirable with the widest appeal.
DJing is a moving target these days, and the Livid CNTRL:R MIDI controller typifies this perfectly. Chris Cartledge presses buttons and writes words.