Following its release back in March, Yeco, a touch controller for Ableton Live, has just got its first major update.
Designed to run on the same machine as Ableton Live itself, Yeco is compatible with Windows 8+ and MacOS 10.10+ running on touch-enabled devices.
After receiving requests from its users, the makers of Yeco have added two new MIDI controllers: a 64-pad controller and a double-size Hex controller.
Several improvements in speed and reliability have been made across the application. These include:
- Major improvements to the loading of the clip grid
- Improvements to the load time and overall responsiveness of Yeco
- Added playing position timer in the toolbar
- Sliders position is now relative instead of absolute
- Improved latency and responsiveness of the drumpad controller
- Several other improvements to the efficiency and reliability of the live script
- Small bug fixes
The update is free to existing users so, if you're on of them, check your inbox for details.
In other news, the guys at Yeco are also working on a new touch MIDI controller for Windows and Mac which will be released in a couple of months. We look forward to seeing what that will be...