Live 9 has finally been launched!
We are going to release a compatibility update for all our products soon, in the meanwhile here’s a list of how our products currently work in Live 9.
You may already install all our packs in Live 9, thanks to the legacy mode: you’ll find the pack between the others, but with the “legacy” tag added.
the release date of Ableton Live 9 has been announced some days ago! We’re so excited about that: this means we all will be able to use Max6 with gen~ and 32/64bit support.
We are currently working really hard updating all the devices for the compatibility with these two new softwares and we can’t wait the official Live9 and Max6.1 versions to test and release them!
Just few days after the release of EXT, we would like to thank you all for the huge success : EXT has been downloaded hundreds of times! This is great ;)
As maybe someone already knows, K-Devices is a bi-located crew : we live/work between France and Italy, and just in these days we are meeting in a single place to finalize our projects. In fact, since communication technologies evolve, have a beer around the same table is still a fundamental moment during work :) Read more →
Dear friends and users,
One year and half ago we released our free device moovmi, for movie to midi conversion. This was (and still is) a great success, with regular daily downloads and entusiasthic feedbacks (btw : thanks for your support!!).
As our followers know, we actually work on a major update for drumK, a beat-oriented sample manipulator.
This update gonna be really huge! One of our favorite new features is the ext section : we thought that if people want to manipulate their samples, they should do it with effects they love! So we kept (and improved) the handle multislider, and replaced the fx multislider with an ext multislider, giving to drumK the chance to control up to 4 targets in a set : devices or third part plugins parameters, and anything in the Live’s UI. Read more →
Ooook, let’s start talking about users, and how they use k-devices products…
Our first guest is William C. Harrington, an electronic and experimental music composer/performer from Los Angeles.
William worked for a lot of interesting people, as Gentle Giant and Frank Zappa (wow!!)… He uses our Max For Live device moovmi :)
Kflux offers the user two ways to generate grains :
When user selects Trig mode, Kflux starts accepting midinote messages ; these messages can be used to trigger grains, or even to control amplitude and position of each single grain. Let’s take a look…
Kflux bundle is the complete suite for sound granulation for Max For Live users.
The bundle contains three amazing devices: