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K-Devices releases Herse - M4L Slicer and Step Sequencer Based Multi Effect
11th March 2014

K-Devices has released Herse, a Max For Live (M4L) audio effect designed to rearrange and process audio.

Herse is a multi effect based on exclusive step sequencers, an efficient slicer, an advanced time engine, and a lot of other features.

With Herse you can improve/edit/rearrange any kind of source, massively or slightly: external audio, or clips.

Thanks to the slicer that works in real-time, it's great for guitarists, or musicians: no need to wait to fill the buffer... Just start playing and Herse will start slicing at the same time.

Each parameter of the multi effect section refers to an exclusive step sequencer: that gives a lot of possibilities for modulating effects parameters.

Thanks to an advanced time engine, Herse allows you to use any time signature, to apply time variations based on probability, and even add some swing, always staying linked to the Live's transport.

Price: $29/€19. For full details, visit the product page.

Herse is released in partnership with Ableton, and is available only at Ableton Packs Shop.

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