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OSCiLLOT: A Modular Synthesis System for Ableton Live




Modular synthesis is a method of creating electronic sounds by connecting different modules that perform various functions, such as generating, processing, or modulating signals. Modular synthesis has been around for decades, but it has gained popularity in recent years due to the emergence of new module manufacturers and the creative possibilities of patching together different sounds. However, modular synthesis can also be expensive, complex, and limited by physical constraints. That's why OSCiLLOT by Max for Cats is a great solution for anyone who wants to explore modular synthesis in Ableton Live.


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What is OSCiLLOT?




OSCiLLOT is a Max for Live device that provides you with more than 100 freely patchable modules which you can use to build your own instruments and effects. The modules include oscillators, processors, filters, mixers, modulators, amplifiers, shapers, sequencers, utilities and more. You can connect any output of any module to an input of any other module with a patch cord and create complex sounds without any programming knowledge. OSCiLLOT also features up to six voices of polyphony, which means you can play multiple notes at the same time. OSCiLLOT is a complete modular system for Ableton Live.


How to use OSCiLLOT?




To use OSCiLLOT, you need to have Ableton Live 9 or higher and Max for Live installed on your computer. You can download OSCiLLOT from the Ableton website or buy it as a bundle with other Max for Cats devices. Once you have OSCiLLOT, you can drag and drop it into any MIDI track in Live and start patching. You can open the Editor window by clicking on the 'Open Editor' button and see all the modules and connections. You can also zoom in and out, add annotations and labels, and save your patches. To learn more about each module's function and features, you can activate the 'Info' button and click on any module to see a detailed description. You can also load one of the many presets that come with OSCiLLOT and see how they are made.


What can you do with OSCiLLOT?




With OSCiLLOT, there is practically no limit to the type of instrument, sound or effect device you can make once you start connecting modules. You can patch together your own FM, additive, and subtractive synthesizers, resonators, filters, envelopes, convolution reverbs, mixers, frequency shifters, sequencers, drum machines, logic modules, compressors, waveshapers and more. You can also experiment with different signal types and modulations and discover new sonic possibilities. Working with a modular system is always an adventure and a learning experience. You can also interact with your hardware devices if you have a DC coupled audio interface and send or receive CV/gate signals. OSCiLLOT lets you bring the power and flexibility of modular synthesis to your Ableton Live projects.


Where to get more information?




If you want to learn more about OSCiLLOT by Max for Cats, you can visit their website where you can find tutorials, videos, tips and tricks, user forums and more. You can also check out the Ableton blog where they have posted an introduction video and an interview with Christian Kleine, the creator of Max for Cats. If you are a Max/MSP enthusiast, you can also download the SDK and make or modify your own modules for OSCiLLOT. And if you want to try OSCiLLOT before buying it, you can download the free version which comes with 26 modules and 3 voices of polyphony.


OSCiLLOT by Max for Cats is a modular synthesis system that lets you create amazing sounds in Ableton Live. Whether you are a beginner or an expert in modular synthesis, OSCiLLOT will inspire you to explore new sonic territories and expand your musical horizons.




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