Liquid Notes for Live v1 is out
After several weeks in beta version, Liquid Notes for Live v1 is now available for the users of the Ableton DAW.
Liquid Notes for Live is a version of the Re-Compose MIDI rearrangement software developed specifically for Ableton Live. The plug-in uses Max for Live for Live 9 integration and allows for editing clips by moving the vertical sliders (Chord) and knobs (chords and tension). Changes are made in real time and on the fly while you play tracks in the Ableton DAW.
Liquid Notes for Live is available for the introductory price of 69€ until March 16th. Regular price is 99€ and if you already own Liquid Notes, you get a special price of 29€ if you purchased it at full price and 49€ if you benefited from a discount. More info at www.re-compose.com.
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