Free Ableton Master Effects Rack

AfroDJMac offers his own version for download      09/02/12

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Number 46 in AfroDJMac's free weekly Ableton giveaways is an effects rack. Here's what he has to say about it...
"The rack I am about to share with you has proven to be one of my favorite things to toy with during live performances. It is a pretty simple, yet powerful, effects rack I place on a master channel.
I use this rack to do high and low pass filtering, add some reverb, bit crush the signal a bit, and put a subtle flanger over the mix for movement. It also has a control for a beat repeater, which is nice for glitches and stutters. And the final component is a combination high pass filter and delay. As you turn up that knob, the signal is simultaneously hi passed with a delay on top. Turn it all the way up and you only hear the delay and none of the original tracks. I find this useful for ending one song and beginning another. These effects are great for keeping a groove interesting. Sometimes just some movement in certain frequencies or little effect can be enough to keep the audience engaged without disrupting the flow of your songs. Now of course this rack has the ability to completely mangle your audio, so if that's what the situation calls for, let her rip! I have found its true strength lies in a subtle dose. Have fun and enjoy!"

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