The Take Folder and Comping Emulator is HERE AND FREE!!!

Attention instrumentalists and vocalists: Are you tracking in Ableton? Will you need to record multiple takes to get the job done? Will you need to do some clever editing to get your comp *just* right?

Presenting the Bit Voltage Take Folder and Comping Emulator (Ableton Live Pack). This pack optimizes the process of recording a series of takes and creating a comp track from those takes. Keep in mind, you will need Max for Live in order to use this pack. Check out the pack in action below.



This pack is free of charge until Fall 2014, so get it while it’s hot!

Just click here to share this page on facebook, and the pack is all yours.

(Or, if you’re not into the whole Facebook thing, we understand. You can just click here to download the pack!)

This pack was used in the creation of the debut album from Austin, TX based duo, We Got This, who have released this album in support of Doctors Without Borders. The album, “Verde is the New Verde,” is available exclusively through Bandcamp under the “pay what you wish” model. All online proceeds from this album will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.

Enjoy responsibly! If you have any questions / comments / feature requests / concerns / sincere compliments / clever insults, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

This post was written by
Nathan Crepeault, graduate of New York University’s music theory and composition program, is an avid Max for Live user and bassist extraordinaire. Based in Austin,TX, Nathan has been teaching Max for Live with the Bit Voltage crew since his arrival from New York City in early 2011. Nate uses Max for Live to augment Live’s capabilities as a live looping tool, alter the functionality of his control surfaces, and tastelessly glitch any and every sound that might come across his workstation.

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