50 Shades of Fade to Grey for Live
Josh Spoon’s first effect pack for Live may be much more exciting than the « must-see » movie currently in theaters worldwide.
Josh Spoon is an electronic musician/producer and certified Ableton Live trainer who developed a 50 fade effect pack for use in Live 9.
50 Shades of Fade to Grey features 10 racks of 5 fade effects each, with 5 types of EQ. You can modify the effects and EQ types on the fly and the add-on can stop all the clips of the Max for Live devices.
The pack is available for $3 at www.joshspoon.com. Here’s a demo:
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