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Extending Live: How Three Different Artists Approach Visuals for Live Performance

In a performance setting, visual expression can be just as vital to the show as the music itself. For performers who want full control over the audio and visual experience, Live can act as a bridge for both parts of the equation. While some users may already be familiar with…

Rachel K Collier: Making A Musical Life Online

In 2020, the internet, already an essential medium for the communication of music, became completely indispensable, as the challenges of the pandemic descended upon society. With the widespread cancellation of gigs and events across vast swathes of the globe, making music for online audiences has become an increasingly pertinent topic…

Kimbra: Expansion, Contraction, Improvisation

Back in 2016 at Loop, during a panel discussion on performance, Kimbra used the term "kink my think" to describe the process of putting a dent in the way you do things in order to grow as an artist, to push beyond normal patterns. Four years later, the worldwide kink…

Resilience and Response: Staying Creative in Uncertain Times

Opportunities to create and share music together in a physical space have been acutely limited in recent times. While the personal challenges of the pandemic have manifested in different ways for all of us, many have experienced political unrest and drastic change in their everyday lives at the same time.…

Breakbeat Chaos: Making Jungle with Session View and Push

While the functionality of Session View continues to improve, its fundamental purpose and feature set have remained mostly unchanged since the early days of Live. In his latest tutorial video, Ned Rush shares methods for setting up Session View for jamming that work in any version of Live, for any…

Krust: Dialing Back the Critical Mind

“If you think about Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, it starts with the casino fight, and then they go into the aeroplane, and they jump out of the aeroplane and land on a mountain, and it goes down into the water… that's exciting.” Kirk Thompson leans in on…

Live 11 and Max for Live: Get a Glimpse of What’s Possible with Some Free Devices

Whether you use its ready-made devices in your music, or build your own instruments and effects from scratch, new features in Max for Live mean new possibilities for Live users. With the release of Live 11, Max for Live has introduced a bunch of new improvements that make it a…

Loop Create: Take Part in a New Event for Music Makers, Happening June 26–27

A new chapter for Loop starts now. The Loop experience of previous years is being reshaped and developed into new events, taking place online, in-person and a combination of the two. The first is Loop Create, a one-day online event for music makers, taking place June 26–27, 2021 and designed…

Playing Spitfire Audio’s New Instruments in Live 11

Among the new sounds available in Live 11, sonic specialists Spitfire Audio have created three bespoke, Sampler-based instruments. Using expert recording techniques, they’ve made a string quartet, brass quartet and upright piano accessible for you to play from the comfort of your own project. As well as faithfully recording the…

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