Posts Tagged 'Livelab LiveSlice'

Livelab released version 1.44 of LiveSlice

Livelab released version 1.44 of LiveSlice

Livelab.dk has released version 1.44 of LiveSlice. LiveSlice is a beat slicer / arranger VSTi with an edge. It offers powerful graphical rearranging of slices, multiple tracks and tons of parameters to apply to each slice as well as a unique slice randomization feature. Everything can be controlled by MIDI fine tuned in the GUI and seamlessly integrated in your midi sequencer, all in one creative workflow.

LiveLab releases update for LiveSlice

LiveLab releases update for LiveSlice

LiveLab.dk releases LiveSlice 1.3. Yet another free update to make with stunning new features: LiveSlice now works as an effect allowing you to record loops – live – for instant LiveSlicing. Additionally this release includes a number of workflow improvements the most significant being Drag and Drop support.

LiveSlice 1.2 released

LiveSlice 1.2 released

This release includes some fixes to the workflow improvements in the 1.12 release, a few user submitted feature requests, and ensures even greater stability and compatibility through a number of important bugfixes.

Note that since the 1.12 release was not advertised in the news section, the upcoming news item will include all changes since 1.1. The list below only include the changes since the 1.12 release.

LiveLab releases LiveSlice 1.1

LiveLab releases LiveSlice 1.1

LiveLab has recently released an update for LiveSlice. This is a major update with tons of new features and important bugfixes. Two new banks of presets by The Outziders are included. The banks can be used both in the demo and full version. The 39.95 euro introduction offer is valid until 20 Nov.

LiveLab releases update for LiveSlice

LiveLab releases update for LiveSlice

LiveLab has released a new version of their LiveSlice plugin. This beat slicer can do much more than just slice your beats. You can load up to 64 wave files at a time, slice them up and combine the slices in the multitrack arranger. Each slice is coloured based on the content so you can easily tell them apart – this makes manual rearranging a lot easier. With up to 256 slice on each loop liveslice is as much a granular synthesizer as a beat slicer. As you can also sequence notes you can do simple melodic arrangements too (bases and arps).