Liine Cliip Module

Liine has added a new Cliip Module for controlling Ableton Clips. I’m going to use my iPad live for the first time on New Year’s Eve. I’m not going to be using something like Liine quite yet. I’m still going to let my Macbook Pro do the heavy lifting. I do think at some point in 2011 I will start controlling Clip launching and more via the iPad. Baby steps for my square glass friend. I still need to discover how sweat is going to affect input!

“A world-first in controllers, Cliip allows you to create and edit Ableton Live MIDI clips with your fingertips using an elegant touch-enabled piano roll. The core Griid module is the most fluid, fastest and reliable tool for launching clips. If you need the best cliplauncher on the market you need Griid – pure and simple.” – liine.net

For more info: liine.net

3 Comments

  1. that’s very interesting. with my apc40 it can be a good addition to avoid the mouse as much as possible. the only thing that i don’t like about their concept is the wi-fi. i tried the free version of griid with my itouch and i thought the setup for the network was a bit confusing (maybe it’s me hehe). after i tried i was thinking that it’s not all the venues that does have wi-fi so maybe it’s not that good for live sets. if they can do a usb connection like any midi controller it could be great.

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  2. Heya Dominic, You actually don’t need Wi-Fi in the venue!
    The whole idea is to create an ad-hoc network directly between the
    laptop and the iPad. You can do this absolutely anywhere, and even
    password protect the network if you want. Good news is network
    setup has gotten much simpler in version 1.10, have a look at the
    new PDF. Much shorter. :-) Feel free to get in touch at
    support@griid.net for any more info. Best, Nick

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  3. Will you tell us how things went on your Christmas eve ipad
    event-and how and what apps you used ? Thanks, Brian

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