The latest in the line of impressive BASE reviews comes from Earmilk. In the article published, they explore both the features and functionality of BASE and share their experience of using it for the first time.
“As soon as we plugged the controller into the computer and loaded up Ableton it was clear that this was meant for performance right out of the box.”
Furthermore, Earmilk acknowledges that “packing everything into one controller might be ambitious, but Livid makes it all possible with velocity sensitive pads and touch faders and buttons meant for immediate enjoyment in the studio or in a live performance.”
Check out the full review, here; “Earmilk_Gear News & Reviews_BASE.”
Since its debut in early 2013, BASE has been steadily building a loyal following of users who have discovered the benefits of its well crafted templates, exceptional build quality and unlimited potential for customization. DJ Tech Tools recently published a thorough review on BASE, available in full, here: DJ Tech Tools BASE Review
“Some of the best drum pad response available for the price. Excellent construction. Compact and lightweight for travel. Deep programmability and pre-built templates for Ableton Live, Reason, Traktor, and others.” – DJTT October 1, 2013
DJ Mag published a review of BASE in the Tech section of their October 2013 issue. In their own words, “Livid’s BASE is one tasty-looking mother.” Scoring exceptionally high on their rating for build quality, features and value, the final verdict on BASE was an 8/10 on their scale.
“If you’re in the market for a controller that can be -and do- so many things, is well built and looks pretty damn slick, Livid’s BASE could be the one.” -DJ Mag, October 2013
Musicradar recently published a review of BASE in Computer Music mag. They’ve prepared a good overview of the product features and had some very nice things to say about its customization. Read the full article, here: Musicradar BASE Review
“(If) you want to be able to control multiple applications with one incredibly customisable controller, like the idea of hot-switching from controlling DAW to synth to effects plugin during a live performance – or even all three simultaneously – then we know of no better option.”-Musicradar September 27, 2013