Realtime Looping Sequencer

Prodyon Livemachine can be used to create songs, remixes and loops on the fly      24/11/09

Prodyon Livemachine Introduction from Dennis Lenz on Vimeo.

Prodyon tell us that Livemachine is a unique "realtime looping sequencer" and can be used to create songs, remixes and loops on the fly. They say that, with Livemachine, you can record audio, loops and drumsounds in realtime then mangle them using the huge library of onboard effects, like reverb, slicer, grainer, pitcher and much more.
Features
  • Windows(TM) VST2.0 Effect
  • 8 stereo recording loopers + low- and highpass combi-filters.
  • Reverse playback.
  • Variable recording lengths (up to 20 seconds per channel).
  • Six stereo WAV playback channels (user-loadable, disk-streaming).
  • Synced Drumsampler with 12 Parts and "One-Bar"-looping. (+ overdub).
  • Resampling of every channel in realtime.
  • Input effects section with reverb, delay, ringmodulation to name a few.
  • Built-in voice controlled synthesizer with 3 unique modes.
  • Built-in 16-bands stereo vocoder (WAV players/loopers act as carrier).
  • Two stereo audio outputs (1 Main / 1 Cue with click sound).
  • VU/Peak-metres for every in- and output channel + MIDI CC mapping.
  • Realtime click/pop-free effects operation.
  • MIDI learn for almost any onscreen-control.
  • Standalone and VST operation.
  • Custom coded C++ SE modules.
  • MIDI keyboard with at least 49 keys strongly recommended.
Pricing and Availability:
Release Date: Dec. 06th 2009
Available with or without 2GB+ Samplelibrary ($99 / $129).
Pre-order now and save $65 USD
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