PULL - The iPad Device Controller for Ableton
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    Default PULL - The iPad Device Controller for Ableton

    After a whole year of development, we're excited to release some new software which allows your to edit Ableton devices directly on your iPAD - called PULL.

    In a nutshell. This software allows you to edit fullscreen versions of every ableton device from your iPAD. It follows any device that is currently selected and displays a very large, multi-touch template on the iPAD for editing.

    We've created a video here with a short demonstration -


    PULL - http://www.xmonsta.com/new-releases/...r-for-ableton/

    We noticed that while there are some great controllers for Ableton, most of these controllers lack intuitiveness when editing devices (generally offering editing of the first 8 banks of parameters, using generic knobs).

    PULL is set to change this, providing much larger, full screen, multi-touch versions of ableton devices.
    The software uses a combination of Ableton, Max for live and the Lemur iPAD app to achieve this.

    Hope you enjoy it and look forward to hearing your feedback.

    Cheers

    Xmonsta
    Last edited by xmonsta; 08-04-2014 at 03:49 PM.

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    Link to the video not working.

    Here it is:

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/JeKvW1wvRYI?w

    Pretty cool!!!
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    Default PULL - The iPad Device Controller for Ableton

    Thanks sarasin. Appreciate this.
    Last edited by padi_04; 08-05-2014 at 12:18 PM. Reason: The first 5 post from any new user need mod approval before they can be viewed by the rest of the forums.

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