MultiAnalyser – Free MaxforLive Device Displays Multiple Track EQ
Isotonik Studios has just released a new MaxforLive Device – MultiAnalyser – that is capable of displaying up to 4 EQ curves from 4 separate tracks in Ableton. Think about it. You can at once see interfering frequencies on a single track, FINALLY. This is all thanks to one of the feature updates in Ableton 10, multichannel audio support. With the new update, you can now actually route any input to a device and route any output back out; the implications here promise wild applications with sidechaining, multi-effect sends, stereo/surround sound field manipulations, etc. Obviously, one possible use of this ability is to analyze multiple audio tracks at once which is where this device shines! It’s a super useful tool for mixing, and Max’s integration with Ableton 10 will make it a no-brainer to include on all your tracks.
The device interface is painfully easy to use, simply pop it on a track and select the channels you want to input using the drop-down menus on the left. Download this device for free from the Isotonik website. Watch this video below to see the device in action:
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