Berlin/NYC-based producer Travis Stewart wears a number of production hats—whether as part of Sepalcure, JETS, or Dream Continuum. But the moniker with which he’s most commonly associated is Machinedrum, under which he’s released a slew of singles and LPs for Planet Mu, Hotflush, Ninja Tune, and more. His story of success is based on a few key factors: keeping it simple, interesting, and collaborative.
Electronic Music school Dubspot wanted the perfect controller to put in front of its students — something resembling a console mixer MIDI controller that was simple, straightforward, and easily worked with any DAW and other software. However, they found that what they really wanted was the 15-year-old, long-discontinued Evolution UC-33, and that nothing else like […]
Looking for a controller with unique flavor, road-worthy toughness, or extreme portability? How about something with all three? The Livid Instruments Base gives you deep programmability with its touch-sensitive faders and buttons, and 32 velocity pads – read on for our full, in-depth review. Related
Livid Instruments first teased us last week with a photo of part of their BASE controller, and today we got a complete overview of it in the basement of the NAMM convention hall. Click through to watch our video overview of the brand new unit! Related
While details are slim as of right now, Livid Instruments has posted pictures on Twitter of a brand new controller, named BASE, that they’re planning on announcing next week at NAMM 2013. Judging by the layout, it looks like this controller will be focused around an Ableton Live workflow. Pictures tell a thousand words, so check […]