Watching that video again and paying a little bit more attention this time round, I heard Ayah say that if your module gets manufactured then littleBit will give you 10% of the sales! That’s amazing. That all makes sense now!
Ableton have a useful page on their site that gives you more information about what to do to get a Live Lite licence from inside Gadget etc and info on exporting and Live sets.
This might be of use or interest to developers and start ups as it’s quite a good package of prizes on offer too.
So, finally, not long to wait for the DSN-12, although I haven’t got a device that’ll actually run it! You can read their announcement on Facebook here.
In case you missed it, bitLab, the new user generated hardware portal from littleBits, has opened. I think that this is really big news. Considering they are making this a democratic process. If the community votes up a module and over 1000 user vote for it then littleBits will make it. That’s awesome.
Here’s what’s new with dot Melody:
- MIDI Out is now free – use dot Melody to control other software and hardware synthesizers.
- iOS8 Ready!
- Updated to latest Audiobus library.
- Inter-app audio support.
- Minor bug fixes.