Create, produce and perform. Create ideas, make changes without stopping and capture everything as you work. If you used music software, you are already familiar with half of Ableton Live. Live’s Arrangement View is a familiar working space: time moves from left to right, while tracks are stacked vertically.
Instruments and sounds you need to make music.
Live it comes with a collection of instruments, sounds, kits and loops to create any kind of music.
Effects processing and adjustments.
To get the sound right (or wrong in the way you like), Live has a full range of effects, from corrective to the creative.
It works with instruments and effects the way you want.
Live provides easy and flexible to combine and integrate all types of devices forms.
Tools that understand the audio, rather than just jugarl or.
Live you can turn harmony, melody and rhythm recordings to MIDI.
Software that can play
Live is even more powerful when it is convenient. And it works with instruments and controllers of all kinds.
A tool for creating songs that fit in your backpack with your laptop.
Whatever you want it to be.
Get a lot of new devices and the ability to create your own with Max for Live, now included in Suite.
New in version 10.0.1b8:
New features and enhancements:
In Windows, the preference to enable HiDPI is now enabled by default for new users Live 10. Furthermore, VST plug – ins that had problems UI on screens HiDPI mode scaling default now work by default, whenever this is enabled.
Note that certain supplements may require manually disable HiDPI scale (through the context menu) for use on screens HiDPI.
In OSX, the character menu may appear when MIDI is played through a computer keyboard. In addition, when using a Japanese input method, the MIDI keyboard does not work.
Copy a clip Arrangement in the session view could create undesirable under certain circumstances additional clips Session.
Press bug fixes:
Live will lock to quickly move the position of the loop and the loop length mode MIDI clip Push 2.
– Mac ® with Mac OS X 10.7 or later, multicore processor; 4 GB RAM; 1024×768 screen; DVD drive or Internet connection broadband installation.