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Mac OSX: OS X 10.8 or later, and 4 GB RAM, 750 MB of Hard Disk Space. JDK version of Java v1.8 or better from Oracle
* Note that users of 32-bit DAWs will need Apple’s legacy Java 1.6
Microsoft Windows: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows Vista and 4 GB RAM. Java 1.8 (Recommended Java SE8 by Oracle). 750 MB of Hard Disk Space. An ASIO-compatible sound card recommended for optimal audio performance.
- VST / AU – compatible DAW host (Cubase, Logic Pro X, Studio One, Ableton Live, etc.)
- A synthesizer plugin (such as those that come with your DAW host) to generate sound from Liquid Music’s MIDI output.
- For users of the Max for Live plugin:
- For Windows 7 & Windows 8.1: Max 7 (64 bit is recommended) and / or Max 6.1.7 + (Recommended latest Max 7)
- For Windows 10: Max 7 (64 bit) is required.
- For OSX: Max 7 (64 bit is recommended) and / or Max 6.1.7 + (Recommended latest Max 7)
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How do I install Liquid Music?
Existing Liquid Rhythm Users: Please uninstall Liquid Rhythm first before installing Liquid Music. Full instructions on how to uninstall Liquid Rhythm can be found here.
Please note: You must have an active internet connection to install, launch and activate Liquid Music for the first time. After that, an internet connection is not required.)
- Close any DAWs that may be currently open.
- Double-click the Liquid Music.dmg.
- Double-click the Liquid Music installer and follow the steps.
- Uninstall any existing version of Liquid Rhythm or Liquid Music using the Add or remove programs in Windows.
- Double-click the Liquid Music.exe to launch the installer.
- Follow the steps in the install wizard.
How do I launch Liquid Music?
(Note that Liquid Music does not run in standalone. It only runs as a plugin (VST / AU / “Max for Live”).)
Loading the plugin:
- Launch your DAW.
- Most DAWs with VST: The Liquid Music VST plugin will appear in the usual VST Instrument plugin list. Load Liquid Music VST. Note that Liquid Music does not generate sound, so load a software synth in another track, and connect the MIDI output of the Liquid Music track into the MIDI input of the software synth track.
- Logic Pro X: The Liquid Music AU plugin will appear in the MIDI FX dropdown menu of the software instrument track. Load it there, and then load an instrument in the same track. Watch this video for further help.
- Ableton Live 9 (with “Max For Live” plugin),: In Live’s Browser, go to Max for Live > Max MIDI Effect. From there, you should see LiquidMusic.amxd. Load that plugin onto an Ableton MIDI track, and you should now be able to use melody / harmony tools. Watch this video for further hep.