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K-Devices announces drumk 2 : beat-oriented samples manipulation instrument for Max For Live


Based on a grid and multisliders, drumk 2 lets you process drums samples, voices, strings or other kinds of sources.
In drumk 2 you can choose to design sound with your hands, editing each step parameters and playback modes, but you can also using aleatory functions as random buttons, drunkwalk, walker mode, and time variation probabilities.
Drumk 2 stores up to 8 snapshots per preset. This makes drumk 2 an useful instrument in studio as well as during live performance. You can recall snapshots on the fly, trigger random functions from your controller, play steps with your MIDI keyboard: you can create and perform your song with tons of variations using a couple of loops and following your inspiration.
Slices are triggered in sync with Ableton Live transport or via MIDI note messages.
No external objects are used in drumk 2.

New key features are included in this release:

  • Supports 2 samples together: the user can interpolate amplitude between the two samples using the new xfade parameter;

  • New graphical user interface;

  • New amplitude envelope engine

  • New time variation function: now user can use two different time resolution and “morph” them always being synced to Ableton Live;

  • Store and recall up to 8 snapshots and morph them with a gesture function;

Manage up to 4 external parameters from the Ableton Live graphical user interface or from third party plugins hosted in Ableton Live. 



System Requirements: Ableton Live 8.3.4 or higher – Max version 5.1.9 

Availability & Pricing: Drumk 2 is available at the price of € 24.99 at this link

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