XMonsta has released a new music application called PULL, a touchscreen device controller for Ableton Live 9. They say that, built in Max For Live and using the Lemur iPad app, this is a very fast and efficient workflow tool.
PULL allows you to edit full-screen versions of every Ableton Live device from your iPad. It follows any device that is currently selected and displays a large, multi-touch template on the iPad for editing.
The software uses a combination of Ableton Live, Max for live and the Lemur iPad app to achieve this. It works alongside any type of controller, such as Ableton Push, APC40, Touchable, Livecontrol2, SHOVE, or even a mouse.
A spokesperson told us, "We noticed that while there are some great controllers for Ableton, most of these lack intuitiveness when editing devices (only allowing you to edit the 8 banks of parameters at a time, using generic knobs). PULL is set to change this, providing much larger, full screen, multi-touch versions that are designed to look just like Ableton devices. There are templates for every Ableton device included and soon the ability to control popular VST's and Max For Live devices will be released."
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