LiveProfessor is designed to be an effect rack of VST-plugins and we have created it specifically with live sound in mind.
The concept is very simple, yet extremely flexible. Using a ASIO audio card you can route inputs and outputs through your VST-plugins in any order and way you like.
The program supports snapshots of all settings, for easy switching between songs. LiveProfessor also has advanced MIDI routing and manipulation features, and can be controlled using hardware controllers or Midi Show Control.
LiveProfessor comes in two versions, the Full version and the Free version.
Live oriented plugin host.
Supports virtually unlimited number of VST 3.x plugins and instruments. Runs on XP Vista and Win 7. Choice of audio hardware is totally up to the user.
LiveProfessor has extensive snapshot automation. Choose between snapshots that recall individual plugins or global snapshots that recall the entire state of a project.
Both types have filters that let you choose which functions should be recalled. This allows you to recall only some settings without changing parameters you need to tweak manually during the performance.
The cue list helps you change LiveProfessor’s settings during a performance.
A cue list is made up of cues containing one or more Actions.
Examples of actions are recalling a snapshot, changing the audio patch, sending midi messages, changing tempo, etc. Typically you have one or more cues pr. Song and step thru the list during the show to recall the right settings for each song.
Each plugin has a set of powerful Midi Modifiers. These are especially useful for keyboard players, with functions such as transpose, key-zone and filter.
LiveProfessor has an extensive system for using hardware controllers to control plugin parameters and program functions.
We have tried to make the system as flexible as possible, but at the same time making it quick and easy to use.
In addition each control can be tweaked to respond just the way you like.
Midi clock and MIDI show controlmovie Deepwater Horizon trailer
The cue lists can be controlled usingMIDI show control enabling you to control LiveProfessor from an external device. For example you could trigger the cue list from the snapshot list of a digital mixer or a show control systems such as Qlab.
The library lets you save and organize snapshots or other pieces of a setup and re-use them in later projects.
The window layout can be saved and recalled either manually, in a cue or as part of a snapshot.