Podcast: Sonic TALK Special - Isotonik Studios

Pushing Max4Live      14/04/15

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38:14 mins

A special show this week as we are at Musik Messe, we shot an interview with Darren Cowley from Isotonik Studios who are doing great things with Ableton's Max4Live. Pushing the boundaries of what is possible with custom devices and controllerism.


Darren talks about his approach to programming and demonstrates the kond of things possible.

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We start with a bit of good ol' MESSE speculation - the new Roland "Get Patching" teaser, Elka Synthex reboot, and the Fab Filter Pro Q2 EQ2, then some on the new NI stems file format which takes us into a wider discussion on music creation and tools.

Isotonik Studios - a range of products for Ableton Live

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