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Build beats peppered with tape hiss, clicks and pops with a laid-back, less quantized groove. CV Tools is ten creative Max for Live devices that let you control and interact with your modular gear with Ableton Live. Go beyond the usual breakbeats with loops, one-shots, full multi-sampled kits, and effected drums from the electronic drumming master, KJ Sawka.

Free for Live 10 users, Singularities makes use of single samples and finely tuned, expressive parameters to capture the sound and feel of classic synths and samplers. Inspired by both the current scene of synth-drenched pop and the 80s sounds that first brought the style to prominence, Synthwave is a neon-bright collection of classic to modern synth pop essentials.

A feast of full-fat analog sounds for contemporary beats and more. You can now pick up all three Packs in the Cookbook series as a discounted bundle: three Packs for the cost of two.

The in-demand sample producer returns with the third part in the Urban Cookbook series — another hard-hitting toolkit of beats, bass and much more for modern styles.

Multi-sampled big band ensembles, a groovy rhythm section and solo lead instruments — professional tools for scores, soundtracks and productions that call for detailed jazz instrumentation. A comprehensive toolkit of otherworldly strikes, atmospheres and textures for game, film and television scoring, and experimental music production. Creative Extensions is a free addition to Live 10 Suite created with an experimental approach to sound processing and generative composition.

Punch and Tilt is a dancefloor-ready collection of sounds focused on machine rhythms, weighty bass and dark, hypnotizing melodies, textures and noises — a rough sonic aesthetic that started with a small group of underground producers and has grown into a worldwide scene.

Glitch and Wash explores the contrast of organic texture and precise rhythms. This Pack combines precision slices and microscopic snippets of sound with warm ambient pads, textures and soundscapes — ready-to-mix sounds designed for heavy tweaking.

Build and Drop is loaded with ecstatic leads, enveloping bass, slamming drums and a range of rises, sirens and sounds effects. The curated sounds and presets inside are a creative toolbox for creating the irresistible anticipation and release this music uses to keep the party going. Drum Essentials is a collection of handpicked sounds selected to cover a wide range of styles. A flexible, highly-refined Pack to form the rhythmic foundation of any production. Painstakingly created by top artists and sound designers, Synth Essentials makes it easy to find the sounds you need with no interruption to your creative flow.

Stretch, shape and morph sounds into a broad sound palette using wavetables derived from synths, acoustic instruments, noise and much more. Surround Panner is a free Max for Live device that makes mixing for performances, installations and theaters using multi-channel speaker setups possible in Live. Simply load the device into a track in your Live set and use the XY control to place it anywhere in the surround field. Eight presets allow you to choose between four-, six- and eight-channel setups.

Convolution Reverb is a creative device for bringing new space to your sounds — a sample-based reverb suite with hundreds of impulse responses from real-world spaces and world-class hardware. The acclaimed soundware producer returns with his second massive collection of contemporary samples, Racks, Simpler instruments and complete Live Sets.

Aimed at electronic musicians, sound designers and installation artists, Iota is a Max For Live granular looping instrument that wrings endless creative potential out of even the simplest samples, via an inspiring graphically-driven interface. Built around a flexible virtual patchbay, Pallas gives users immense control over a wide range of bold and unique sounds. This four-Pack bundle brings together more than instruments and clips of cinematic sounds — from acoustic to electronic, and percussive to atmospheric.

It’s a complete set of creative tools for film score, soundtracks, or adding cinematic flavor to any type of music. This versatile bundle of synth and drum sounds brings the rich sound of analog gear under your control in Live. Flatpack Analogik Waves II offers a new collection of unique, highly customizable analog sounds to add to your arsenal. Sampled from boutique analog oscillators and chromatically tracked across the keyboard, Waves II offers a wide spectrum of sonic possibilities.

Microtron captures the saturated orchestral sounds of the Mellotron — the tape-replay instrument made famous by the Beatles, Genesis and other bands. These surreal reproductions of brass, string and wind instruments will add a distinctive color to your sound palette. With more than Drum and Instrument Racks, over loops for slicing, tweakable effects chains and more, Beat Tools has all the sounds you need for hands-on beatmaking — especially with Push. Mix or mutate between four independent sound sources using a flexible morph matrix and a Push-ready modulation sequencer — Hypermorph offers a playful way to create rapidly changing or evolving sounds.

Transient Machines is a Max for Live Pack that allows for deep sound-shaping possibilities. Modelled after the transient designers found in professional recording studios, Transient Machines is a versatile tool for reshaping the dynamics of drums, loops, and much more.

Three expertly designed Packs offer a diverse set of synth patches that show Analog and Tension at their evocative best. Now available as a discounted bundle: three Packs for the cost of two. Outer Spaces is a versatile new audio processor that puts your sounds in beautiful spaces — but it goes way beyond your standard reverb.

Multi-sampled orchestral and world percussion, plus other hits and tension builders — this Pack offers professional-grade tools and sounds to use in scores, soundtracks, or to add cinematic power to any production style. Primed for use with Push and packed with recordings of vintage hardware within eleven tweakable Instrument Racks, House Racks is a new toolkit for producers seeking the classic sounds of 80s and 90s underground house.

Get deep with the multi-functional LFO, create a sequence of randomized preset states, or modulate parameters using an audio signal — this set of envelope followers and other device controllers can reinvent how you use your instruments and effects, and take your modulations to the molecular level. Surreal, slow-mo soundscapes, psychedelic instruments and otherworldly timbres from underwater recordings — you can now pick up these diverse sound sets as a discounted bundle: three Packs for the cost of two.

Expand your sound palette with authentic instruments and sounds from across the globe. Inspired by the experimental sounds of the 60s and 70s, this eclectic set of dream-like instruments and textures is ideal for soundtracks, film scores, or anyone looking to spark offbeat production ideas.

IRCAM has used the expertise from decades of dedicated research and development to produce this collection of Max for Live devices. New from K-Devices, Terra is a polyphonic Max For Live synth incorporating frequency modulation, phase distortion, ring modulation and wave shaping. Polyphylla is a new Max For Live instrument that makes additive synthesis accessible and fun. Its ability to generate unique rhythms and melodies, and deft control over randomization elements make it an exciting tool for those looking for inspiration and experimentation.

Heavyocity brings its flagship collection of analog and organic drum sounds to Live: a carefully processed, production-ready batch of live percussion, drum machines and modular synth drums. Heavyocity offer up this free Pack of drum sounds from their flagship DMA collection: a production-ready batch of live percussion, drum machines and modular synth drums.

It lets bands maintain their natural groove when performing with Live. Polytek is a versatile and creative Max for Live instrument combining step sequencing, vocoding and multiband gating, using Analog and Sampler as sound sources. The latest Pack from EarthMoments comprises over one-shot samples and loops inspired by the ethereal atmospheres of rivers, oceans, waterfalls and lakes.

An extensive toolkit of over drum samples, chords, MIDI clips, loops and Simpler instruments tailor-made for modern music styles. Packed with edgy sounds, spectacular effects and powerful mix processors, Magic Racks is a one-stop composition, mixing and mastering toolkit for dance music producers and live performers. From premium Max For Live developer Amazing Noises comes a pair of anarchic effects for sound designers, glitch producers and explorers of uncharted sonic territory: Dedalus Delay and Stutter Switch.

With over freely patchable modules and dozens of pre-patched synths and effects, OSCiLLOT brings the near-infinite creative possibilities of modular synthesis to Ableton Live. Holder is a spectral freezing device.

It grabs short slices of sound and transforms them to ambient textures. It is perfect for creating wide, lush soundscapes and atmospheric drones. AlterEcho is a supercharged delay effect which can add complex rhythm and tone to your sounds.

It is transport-synced with step-based parameters, enabling powerful control of your sound over time. Break Selection is a free pack that includes drum loops recorded by some of the best drummers in the business. Flatpack Analogik Drums is a collection of unique drum kits, constructed from recordings of highly sought-after analog modular gear. This Pack combines the old-school flavour of analog drums with fresh and colorful snares, kicks, cymbals, toms, claps and percussive elements, making it perfect for a variety of productions.

Flatpack Analogik Waves provides a range of mono and poly synth analog sounds, from raw and dirty synth leads to beautifully ethereal pads. This Pack was painstakingly sampled and chromatically tracked across the keyboard, to bring rich and harmonically arresting analog synth sounds to your fingertips. Entangled Species is a collection of over cinematic sounds designed for Ableton’s Tension.

It is perfect for creating electro-acoustic and ambient arrangements. Progressive electronic pioneers such as Vangelis and Jean-Michel Jarre provided the inspiration for this collection of retro-futuristic sounds.

Geisterwelt is a spectral sampler and visualizer. With control over multiple audio and video parameters, Geisterwelt lets you simultaneously create music and responsive HD video with nothing more than a MIDI controller, a keyboard, or mouse. Apocalypse Percussion Elements is a massive library of over 4, high-quality samples ranging from entire drum ensembles to individual drums, cymbals and percussion instruments such as bongos, cajons, gongs and more.

A collection of over 5, analog drum sounds sampled from a broad range of hardware. Encompassing vintage Roland machines, contemporary drum synths, DIY circuit board kits and more, this Pack brings the warm tones of analog drums straight to your studio. Developed at the legendary IRCAM institute in Paris, this Pack contains six Max for Live effects and one instrument for advanced real-time sound processing and manipulation.

Conundrums is a collection of 50 drum kits, each uniquely crafted for versatility and fine-tuned so that all components play together in harmony. Designed to complement a wide range of genres and pack a mighty punch in the mix, Conundrums is an all-in-one beatmaking powerhouse. Mallets brings two expertly sampled melodic percussion instruments to Ableton Live. The Rhythomatix Pack brings you a library of highly nuanced loops, samples and drum kits geared towards world music, electronic, industrial and pop productions — subtle cinematic sounds that collectively provide a powerful rhythmic impact.

Inspired by the classic string machines of the s, Ensemble is a Max for Live string synthesizer with a unique built-in morphing formant filter. Ensemble also includes chorus and phaser effects which can be used separately.

Max for Cats presents DiGiTAL, a powerful polyphonic synth that fuses aspects of additive, wavetable, frequency modulation and subtractive synthesis. DiGiTAL is distinctly designed for creating new sounds and provides a comprehensive set of controls expressly for this purpose.

Sample Magic delivers the grit and soul of machine-made techno with hundreds of loops crafted from analogue synths and hardware. This Pack comes loaded with pounding beats, raw synth lines, dirty basslines, dubbed-out chords, processed vocals and much more. Dub Machines is a pair of expertly designed Max for Live devices that reproduce, and expand on the sound of classic tape and analog delays.

With vintage character, extensive control and deep sound-shaping capabilities, Dub Machines is ready to take any sound into space. Effect Racks is a collection of over sophisticated audio effects engineered for instant sound sculpting. Recording Hybrid Kit is a free Pack consisting of a multi-sampled, multi-velocity Yamaha drumset.

Made up of elements of several different drumsets, Hybrid is a great sounding, all-purpose kit from Drumdrops — the makers of A Fistful of Drumkits. Three diverse drum kits for any situation – from pounding metal crashes to crackling dub snares. Fill your drum arsenal with over 2 GB of sounds, including multi-sampled hits that capture the human feel of a professional drummer. Flatpack Darwin features evolving pads, animated textures and shifting tonal soundscapes.

Vocalisms is a collection of 58 drum kits made solely from sounds produced by the human voice and mouth. Taking advantage of the entire oral spectrum, this Pack focuses on the voice as a percussive instrument and provides all the elements of a drum kit, and much more.

Drop Herse in your track and manipulate audio in real time. Herse is a slicing multi-effect that lets you rearrange your signal and apply a defined amount of effect to each slice. Arsenal brings you the surprisingly rich and musical sounds of an array of metal objects.

Chosen for their unique sonic qualities, a selection of pipes, tubes and blades have been played with bows, sticks, hands and mouth, to capture and extract their inherent musical essence. Dark Synth is an highly innovative new Max for Live synthesizer that marries the vast possibilities of additive synthesis with a super-intuitive interface.

As a great starting point for immersive sound-shaping, Dark Synth will introduce you to new horizons in sound design. Studio Bass is four instruments in one and delivers the powerful, expressive sound of a classic electric bass guitar. ZenPad – Bollywood is a selection of up-tempo Indian rhythms and authentic melodic sounds created specifically for pop, film, electronic and Bollywood productions. The Pack is also available as part of a discounted bundle with the Mantra and Oriental Packs.

ZenPad — Oriental captures the spirit of the Orient with a variety of instruments including Arabic style drum kits, various hand percussion, ney flutes, clarinets, violin and oud. This Pack is also available as part of a discounted bundle with the Bollywood and Mantra Packs. ZenPad – Mantra is a diverse selection of sounds designed for new age, yoga, meditation and electronic music productions.

This Pack is also available as part of a discounted bundle with the Bollywood and Oriental Packs. Discover MB of the finest drum loops from Sample Magic’s award-winning catalogue, compatible with Live 9.

Encompassing a huge variety of electronic styles, Sample Magic’s Beat Selection has been hand-picked to offer beat-making inspiration. Whether you are building hi-tech weapon effects for a blockbuster sci-fi shooter, or creating complex layered transitions for a cutting edge electronic music project, Microsphere delivers an extraordinary palette of sound that will take your productions into uncharted territory.

Monstrosities is a collection of 50 aggressive drum kits with dirty, distorted, processed and mangled sounds, energized for intense beat creation with Live and Push. Olympus Elements symphonic choir is a voice professional choir, expertly built for use with Ableton Live. With beautifully recorded sample content and a wide range of dynamics and articulations, this Pack provides the most important elements of a large chorus in a convenient all-in-one solution.

Grab control of the sound chips that defined the video game soundtracks of the s, now programmed specifically for Live. RokVid is a powerful video solution for live music performers. Designed with simplicity in mind, RokVid makes easy work of generating captivating video that dynamically reacts to your sound.

Spectrum Effects includes two radical spectral processing devices capable of a range of effects. Warp and mangle your audio into mayhem, or add subtle harmonic touches – you decide which. In the studio and at the gig, Spectrum Effects adds an instant dynamic catalyst to your Live set. Set the rules in AutoBeat and discover endless rhythmic rearrangement possibilities. AutoBeat integrates seamlessly with Drum Racks, and can also function as a flexible phrase creator for melodic instruments.

Captured with all of its funky nuances, nothing adds vintage twang and spanking timbres to a groove like this classic keyboard instrument. Konkrete Drums 3 lets you take your palette of percussion even further into exciting new sonic territory. This Pack derives its unique range and power from the vast array of unusual gear and inspired recording techniques that went into its making.

Transform any sound with this versatile instrument. Max for Live Building Tools is a set of essential devices that open up the modular potential of Live. Effect, control, and radically reinvent your sounds and workflow. Pluggo for Live is a free collection of audio devices and instruments derived from Cycling ’74’s Pluggo plug-in collection. This array of full-fledged Max for Live devices provides hours of signal-mangling fun as well as interesting examples of various approaches to plug-in design.

You need Live 9 Standard or above. We’re giving away a free audio package with new sounds, presets, Instrument Racks and Construction Kits. This is more than just a few audio files.

Samplification will kick-start your sampling skills and demonstrate what Sampler is really capable of. Cyclic Waves is a premium selection of audio loops taken from the Cycling ’74 ‘Cycles’ libraries, produced and curated by Sound Library pioneer Ron MacLeod using innovative processing tools from Cycling ’74, the makers of Max.

Unnatural Selection is a collection of Audio Clips and Construction Kits for a diverse number of genres, and includes both beats and melodic components. Digicussion 1 is a versatile library of synthetic drums – great for pouring electronic production, experimental sound design, and all kinds of rhythmic music.

Designer Drums is a set of synthesized drums that demonstrate the versatility of Ableton Live 9’s instruments and effects.

Sound Objects Lite is a collection of sampled percussive and bowed objects chosen for their complex and unusual harmonics. Digicussion 2 is a booster shot of synthetic drums for your electronic productions – designed to provide fresh inspiration for your rhythm tracks. Bomblastic is a Hip Hop drum kit library featuring punchy kicks, cracking snares, crisp claps, powerful percussion, biting shakers, hi-hats, cymbals, toms, and more.

Made in the spirit of experimentation, The Forge by Hecq is a thoroughly modern update on classic IDM and glitch, infused with a healthy dose of cinematic sound-design. Charly teaches music production and currently performs with his band Rombos. After discovering Ableton Live in version 5 , he decided to become a professional in the music industry. Chiara Fella is a teacher, producer and performer based in Milan, Italy. Singing, music and technology are at the center of her life.

A drummer since age 10 and a DJ since 16, he has immersed himself in music from an early age. Chris is a musician, producer, sound designer, educator, and certified music technology junkie for life…. Chris Pratt has been performing and producing with Ableton Live for almost 20 years.

He has a wealth of experience helping learners of ranging ability to develop effective workflows for composition, production and performance using systems centred around Ableton Live. Chris Schlyer is a musician, performer and sound designer based out of Seattle, WA. He is heavily involved in the video game industry and has worked for companies such as Sony Computer Entertainment of America and Activision Blizzard, using Live as a tool for interactive audio development.

Producing music under the moniker Cee, Christian Schwanz has long been at the global forefront of eclectic, electronic bass music, with projects like Al-Haca and Bass Sekolah. Christian Thomas is a Nashville-based musician, producer, instructor and consultant. He is the owner of Live Stems, a music performance consulting company specializing in track playback solutions with a client roster that includes many of today’s top artists.

Christian has been an Ableton Live user since and has been actively providing instruction for nearly two decades. Christina Horn, AKA Hudson K, is a pianist, singer, songwriter, composer and educator who has been integrating Live into her performances since She has been actively touring and teaching for a decade and is interested in the intersection between art and technology.

CIFAP is a leading provider of high-quality professional training for workers in the creative industries. Every year over professionals participate in training courses tailored to their specific needs. Claire Marie Lim is a Singapore-born music technologist and educator, also active under her artist project dolltr! She specializes in instruction for live electronic performance, production and programming, and is an advocate of women and Asian representation in music technology.

Collarts Australian College of the Arts Pty Ltd is a dynamic independent tertiary education college full of passion, individuality and opportunity. Focused on creating real career pathways into the creative sector for students, Collarts delivers industry-based learning coupled with strong personal and professional development.

Cora Novoa is a professional producer, DJ, sound technician and freelance music tech tutor from Spain. Trained as a classical musician and a flutist since , Cora is also a sound and IT technician, and holds several Apple certifications.

Costas is a Dubai based sonic artist, music producer and consultant. Since , CreateSound has been running courses and workshops, supplying all the latest hardware and Ableton software on site, with regular courses in over locations in Ireland and the UK to date.

His impressive international career with Los Tetas, beginning in , made him a well-known figure of both funk and hip-hop in Latin America. Cristiano Nicolini is a London-based music producer, sound engineer, tech-consultant and Ableton Certified Trainer. He has worked in a variety of roles within the music industry ever since. A long-standing association with production, radio, and retail makes Damien the perfect mentor for young producers.

After graduating from Harvard University, he came to New York to be a session bassist. As a well-experienced producer and performer, Dan Giffin has taught Grammy-winning artists the ins and outs of making music with Live and Push. Working as a sonologist, sound designer and music producer and combining these skills with his role as a hardware and software developer, Daniel Cantero is a talented all round audiovisual engineer managing research projects for the Digital Luthier company, which he founded.

Daniele Mattiuzzi discovered Ableton Live in , and has since become a specialist in music production using this software. His broad musical background and interests led him to attend the SAE Institute in Milan, where he obtained a diploma in Audio Engineering.

After using Ableton Live for more than 15 years on stage and in the studio, Daniel now teaches professional musicians, beginners and educators alike. His practical and fun approach has excited hundreds of students from university to public schools and private lessons.

Danielle Thwaites Daiza has extensive versatility and expertise as a producer, songwriter, instrumentalist, educator and live show designer. She works to enable people to creatively express themselves with music technology. Danilo Rispoli is a DJ, producer, sound designer, teacher, festival promoter and label manager.

He began producing house and techno in , and eventually Danilo productions reached the top positions of most relevant European and American charts, such as DMC and Billboard. In , Danilo fell in love with Ableton. Dankmar Klein has been a product specialist with Ableton for a long time.

He leads workshops and teaches all over Europe on a wide range of topics related to the practical use of Ableton Live. Over the past 14 years Danny Bonnici has been at the forefront of the global dance music scene. Dario Tatoli is a sound designer, musician and producer.

Since , he has taught hundreds of students using Ableton Live. An explorer of sound creation and manipulation, Dario focuses on different musical languages, encouraging students to develop their own musical identity. He has also created and taught both beginner and advanced Ableton Live production courses for over 10 years, everywhere from Indigenous communities to specialised trade shows and also in prisons, while creating and refining his own unique curriculum focused on promoting positive vibes through music.

David Najera has been involved in the music world as a Dj and Music Producer for over 10 years. He began using Ableton Live in , and started teaching music production in different environments around the same time. Percussionist, producer and educator Dave Sharma has been programming and performing with Ableton Live since David began his career as a trumpeter at the theater company La Cuadra de Sevilla, which took him on several european tours. In David became interested in electronic music, which led him to work as a professional Dj.

In he began making music with computers using Cubase, following his studies as a sound engineer. David has been using Live since Dawn is a musician, music producer and creative consultant based out of Bangalore.

He has over 15 years of experience as a studio producer, advertising consultant and live sound engineer. Since , dBs has been preparing students to thrive in and contribute to the world of music and audio technology.

In this time, we have steadily evolved our course provision from a single sound engineering qualification to a range of professionally targeted undergraduate and postgraduate degrees for the audio and creative industries.

Established in , dBs is the only dedicated audio technology and music production institute in the UK. Bringing together a variety of sound specialisms across the arts and sciences, dBs pioneers education and research that make society a better place.

Course offerings are generally available in the summer months in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University. Simply complete our information request form and either Ken or Ricky will reach out to you to set-up a consultation call. Demian Licht is a music producer and sound designer from Mexico.

Her passion for electronic music led her to study sound engineering and music production as a teenager in Mexico City. Derek VanScoten is a guitarist, educator and Emmy-winning music composer.

He produces music and performs under the name Cloudchord. Devin Lamp has been working as a freelance producer and engineer for more then a decade, helping bands, solo artists, and songwriters transform their musical dreams and ambitions into great recordings.

A multi-instrumentalist, he plays guitar, keyboards, trumpet and drums, and has toured internationally. Located at the heart of Costa Rica, and easily accessible from all of Central America, DJLab has created the perfect environment for learning music through its Certificate Courses, Intensive Workshops and One on One Sessions, designed by Ableton Certified Trainers for all ages, levels and musical backgrounds. It offers the best professional tutors, facilities and services to create a unique learning experience.

Dmitry Odinoky got involved in music in , starting with Russian hip hop and gradually expanding his knowledge and skills to include sound, coding and engineering. He worked in local radio stations and recording studios as a mixing engineer, beatmaker, producer and manager.

Dominic Au a. Bluedee is the founder of Polypumpkins duo, a music producer, DJ and designer of electronic instruments. Being a synthesizer maniac and musical product designer, he knows how to inspire aspiring talents to achieve their musical goals with his own unique experience and knowledge in music technology and production.

Drew Mayhills is a passionate organizational coach, educational leader and music producer with a demonstrated history of success in a range of contexts, including the public and independent school systems, tertiary education, immigration detention and the disability sector. His journey started with a Youtube channel where he shared free tips and tricks as video tutorials. The channel blew up and has continued to build momentum, now topping over 74, subscribers.

Founded by Ableton Certified Trainer Roy Perez, the school offers a wide range of courses and masterclasses of modern electronic music production, sound design and pro audio courses…. Dynamic Sound School is based in the center of Riga, Latvia. I also go under the name mredrollo as a multi-instrumental live performer. Mexico City based musician, producer and DJ, Eduardo has always been passionate about music and discovering new ways to create it, developing various techniques for DJing and sound design.

Emanuel Frey began playing classical piano in the early eighties and soon after began improvising. Entertaining from the stage with spontaneous ideas became one of his musical passions. Emanuel has also played in rock bands and toured as a keyboardist. L offers tailor-made trainings and music production techniques. Emile Hoogenhout, under the moniker of Behr, has played drums and bass for the past 15 years, sessioning for numerous bands within a plethora of genres. He studied in various institutions across South Africa and soon, his tastes delved into electronic music.

Emiliano Pilloni has been passionate about music since he was a child. As he grew up, he became fond of electronic music and interested in its applied technologies. At the age of sixteen, he bought his first groovebox and soon found himself surrounded by samplers, synths, and drum machines.

Emily Johnson is a performer, musician, producer and educator with a particular interest in making the audio industry a more equal, diverse and inclusive place. She is co-founder of Equalize Music Production CIC, and loves helping students fulfil their personal and creative potential through music. Completely self-taught at computing, music theory and instrumental technique, he has been a professional musician for more than twenty years.

He plays jazz, soul, gospel, and electronic music and he composes for movies. Excelling in cinematic music designed for a wide range of applications, Eric has worked as a recording artist, an international live performer and an accomplished screen composer for film and television. Ernesto Malaca, born in Chile with a Mexican heart, is a composer, producer and teacher.

With a strong background in DIY electronics and MIDI controller design, coupled with classical music training, his work is informed by the technical and the creative, and rooted in a passion for Latin American aesthetics. Learn music production, sound design, performance, mixing and mastering online, from your own computer or mobile device, anywhere and at your own pace.

Eve Klein a. We provide training for beginners and professionals alike. Our program is modular so that students can pick and mix from six different modules, ranging from introduction to performance. Federico Pepe has worked at the intersection of music, sound and programming since When he is not in front of his laptop surrounded by controllers, microphones and cables he teaches music technology courses.

DJ, label and event manager and music composer, Flore started using computers for making music in the late 90s and has been a professional musician for fifteen years. Florian Tippe is a bass clarinetist, composer, sound designer and music teacher with a penchant for unpolished, raw sounds. Since , he has used Ableton Live for performances, theatre plays, contemporary dance, sound installations and film music. Fonderie Sonore is a school for electronic music producers based in Rome.

The school offers courses in the fields of computer music production and sound engineering. Francisco has played internationally as a DJ and has vast experience in music theory, technology and sound design.

He is currently an expert educator in making music with Live, Push and Max for Live. He has experience in teaching music production in three different languages. After graduation, he became a supervisor at the school; a year later he was promoted to instructor and currently works at SAE full-time. Producer, sound engineer and designer, he also specialises in all types of live performance setups and situations. Electronic music producer Kompakt, Kings Love Jacks and sound designer, Fred Traverso has been teaching production and sound design in Ableton Live at the University of Strasbourg since , as well as at Longevity Music School, an electronic music school he co-founded in He is also co-founder of the Strasbourg Ableton User Group, which has been running since Learn to use Ableton Live on Stage.

Futch is a music producer, audio engineer, educator and artist who produces ambient dub techno music under the alias Dystopian Soundscapes. On his website LEVELS, Futch offers beginner to intermediate online courses and coaching to help music creators of all genres write, record, edit, and mix their music professionally at home using timeless fundamental techniques, and provides access to a community of users for feedback and collaboration.

Gabriel Fortuna is a singer-songwriter, producer and YouTube content creator. He has spent nearly a decade making music with Live. Gamma Music Institute is a music school based in Turin that offers seminars, courses and workshops in music production, DJing and music business.

Garnish Music Production School offers something for everyone who wants to learn how to produce and perform music in Ableton Live. Their world-class courses are designed with the beginner in mind, but more experienced, and often well-known producers also book in to fill gaps in their workflow. Gaty Lopez began his DJ career in , working on many radios and clubs around the world. Besides making his own electronic music, he has produced and released remixes for various Irish and international artists.

He also continues to use Ableton to run music-making workshops in multiple outreach contexts such as refugee camps, prisons and disadvantaged communities. George Nicholas is a multi-award winning musician, producer, mix engineer and experienced Ableton Live trainer from Sydney.

Giona Vinti began playing various kind of flutes and whistles in the mids, then in he discovered a passion for electronic music, synthesis and sampling. Giulio is a musician, DJ and producer based in Shanghai. His love for music is a philosophy of life, pushing him to constantly experiment and innovate. Giulio teaches music production and Ableton Live in a friendly, passionate and inspiring manner, and encourages his students to express their musical ideas.

Glenn Keteleer, born in Belgium, has been around in the music scene and beyond for a long time. Under various monikers and in various roles – label boss, soundarchitect, dj, producer, teacher, Glenn has been using Ableton Live since the early days in The institute was founded in with the mission of bringing a distinctive and modern approach to music education in India.

Graham Spice joined the faculty at Shenandoah University in August He brings years of experience as both a music technologist and a musician. Spice teaches classes across a range of topics including the music industry, music production, live sound, Electronic Dance Music EDM , sound design, remote recording, studio design and also has years of experience directing contemporary music ensembles.

Gregory J. Pyramind is both a music production school and a music production company based in San Francisco, California, that offers extensive Ableton Live training amongst a plethora of other music production classes.

Starting with a humble studio in the outskirts of Singapore, Syafiq gradually built a large following through his one-to-one teaching sessions. Through word-of-mouth, Grid Culture soon became a music production school known for its unique project-centric teaching approach, which encouraged students to take ownership of their learning.

Harry Bum Tschak is a drummer and producer with a passion for anything that grooves. He started playing drums before the age of ten and hasn’t stopped since – not even at the dinner table.

Originally from Colombia, Harvey mixes the native instruments of the Caribbean coast of Colombia with dance music and eclectic sounds into a style he calls Cubilleo. Heechan Lee aka Tama Rhodes is a electronic musician, producer and live performer born in Korea.

He began playing drums and keyboard and also programming music in and has been a user of Ableton Live since version 2. Heinrich Zwahlen comes from a long and diverse tradition of music making, having witnessed the whole history of popular electronic music production first hand as a major label artist, performer, engineer and producer. Hitansu Patnaik is an established music producer, arranger and composer, multi-instrumentalists, mixing engineer and vocalist based in Pune, India.

He has nine years of experience in the music industry, with six years of teaching experience as an educator. His style of music fuses Indian classical music with electronic music, and he mostly works for the Indian film industry as a music arranger, programmer and mixing engineer.

As a seasoned teacher, his classes are always student-friendly. Hozaifa Sayed started teaching music technology in A guitarist, drummer and pianist since age 10, Ian Gallagher began producing in the mids with an 8-track cassette recorder, drum machine and outboard gear.

Our programs are taught primarily in Ableton, and include weekly one-on-one mentor sessions with an industry professional. He started producing electronic music in since in Ableton Live after doing a course at Point-Blank in London. The Ingesund School of Music is a Scandinavian institution with room for music — literally and figuratively. Ingesund School of Music at Karlstad University is located in Arvika and enjoys a long-standing reputation in the Scandinavian music scene, and with newly built premises and state-of-the-art technology we can raise the bar even further.

Isaac Cotec has his hands in many aspects of the music industry. The IV ThinkLab was founded to connect eager and dedicated students with actively working music industry professionals that are passionate about teaching. Students can choose classes that fit their ability and availability without breaking the bank.

Izzy Ocampo is a producer, synthesist and educator from Queens, New York. His affordable and popular online course, Ableton Live 9 Jumpstart, teaches students how to use 90 percent of Ableton Live in just one month. James Patrick is a sound artist, music producer, and educator. He has been creating original electronic music works and events involving technology and live music since the s.

James is the owner of several forward thinking record labels, and was the curator of the international Spark Festival of Electronic Music. Jamie Blake incorporates jazz, soul, hip hop, and electronic elements into a style he calls Life Music. He has been creating and performing music for over 20 years, and has been an Ableton Live user since Jamie aka J-Me Griffiths is a professional club DJ, producer, scratcher and teacher with over 30 years of experience, including three years as scratch DJ and percussionist for Hybrid.

Janne is an avid Live user and an electronic music production veteran from Helsinki. With over 25 years of production under his belt, he samples everything that moves and gets meticulous with drums and breakbeats. Janne offers both beginner and advanced Ableton Live tuition as well as mixing and mastering related lessons.

In his young career, J. Anthony Allen has worn the hats of composer, producer, songwriter, engineer, sound designer, DJ, remix artist, multi-media artist, performer, inventor, and entrepreneur. Allen is a versatile creator whose diverse project experience ranges from works written for the Minnesota Orchestra to pieces developed for film, TV, and radio.

From the early 90’s heyday of Toronto’s techno scene through to his current constant touring as a band member and Ableton programmer for Nelly Furtado and more recently hip-hop superstar Drake, Jason “DJ Shine” Spanu has delivered a brilliant history as a key player in the Canadian electronic music scene. Jason Goodyear is a passionate and experienced teacher, composer, performer and all-around music technology obsessive.

Javad Butah is a Los Angeles-based musician, composer, producer and educator. His unique and innovative perspective on music can be traced to his family roots, his studies under various tabla masters, as well as his formal conservatory education. Javier Ferrer has been producing music since Born in Ibiza, he was around electronic music from a young age, and decided to produce it for himself.

Jay Pei is a New Delhi-based producer, composer, DJ and educator who has pioneered his own unique sound, enthralling audiences across the length of the country. Jean-Paul Grobben has been producing electronic music for over 15 years, performing live in both solo and band settings, and has used Live since Together with Serge Dusault, he wrote three trip hop albums under the name Sed Project.

Jef Aerts has been a professional sound engineer, music producer and musician since In , he took a job at Galaxy Studios, where he gained invaluable production experience working as a sound engineer. Jeff Caylor is a music producer and Ableton Live specialist currently living and working in Hong Kong.

With writing and production credits on more than 10 albums and several more singles, his most recent commercial work has focused on artists local to Hong Kong. Jerry started his musical journey at the age of seven with classical training on the piano.

After several years, his interest diversified and he became proficient on the guitar, bass, drums and turntables. Jesse Abayomi is a music producer, DJ, music production trainer and audio consultant all together in one lively Londoner. A man of many talents, his musical endeavors have revolved around Ableton Live for over a decade. Jo Borges firmly believes that a true teacher should be the bridge between knowledge and art, while respecting artistic identity.

Joseph Petersen, aka Joey Paranoia, is a producer, DJ, and Ableton specialist with over ten years of experience playing in clubs and on the radio. Jonas is a musical director available as a fly-in consultant for professional acts wishing to rework their live setups.

He is also happy to chat with beginners regarding the vast forrest of possibilities and the paths one might take early in the journey from idea to stage. With an interest in audio engineering, electronic instruments, and music technology from a very young age, he began his career as an electronic music performer in He is now on the east coast in Pittsburgh PA looking to help students with Ableton Live, modular synthesis, and music mentoring.

Josh Bess is a music producer and author from New York. He is also a producer with releases through Armada Music, resident music producer with Amazon Fashion Week Tokyo, and a studio drummer with multiple television and commercial music placements on MTV, Disney and Nickelodeon. Thanks to years of hands-on work with students as an educator of electronic music creation, Josh has the expertise to understand the goals and strengthen the skills of aspiring artists and producers within the creative industry.

Josh Garrett has been producing and performing electronic music since catching the techno bug in In , Ableton Live version 3 became the core of his live p. Mainly producing acid and dub techno styles means Josh requires a high degree of flexibility for modulating sounds and effects. Josh Weatherspoon aka Josh Spoon is a multi-instrumentalist, producer with a music background that spans almost 20 years. Producer, composer and sound designer Juan Fernando Cifuentes a.

Inspired by technology and music from a very young age, he is a musician who incorporates electronic music composition to traditional genres.

Julien Bayle is an independent, multidisciplinary artist based in France, working at the juncture of sound and vision. Junior Antonini started his career in as a DJ and is today also a music producer, sound designer, audio consultant, sound engineer and teacher. He is interested in the interaction of software and hardware, and driven by the transformational power of music.

Being a leader of electronic duo Casker Juno, Yoongjin Lee , Juno first began making music with a guitar, in In , he created Casker, which has released six albums and features a fusion of electronic, pop, and world music.

Justin James is an audio specialist, electronic musician and Ableton Certified Trainer with over a decade of experience in music production, live performance and education.

A lifelong musician, she began working with Ableton Live in to produce and perform bass music heavily influenced by her background as a flautist and love for the underground. Kai Yu has been playing with synths, making music and DJing since In He wrote the ” Electronic Dance Music Bible” with 4 friends, notable because it’s the first book about dance music written in Chinese.

As an accomplished sound engineer, Keith Mills has worked closely with over 3, music producers who are passionate about taking their music to the next level.

Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Ken has been a full-time composer in Hong Kong since , and specialises in producing music of a variety of styles for TV commercials and film. Producer, remixer, mastering engineer and musician Ken Porter has drawn on his international career and his mastery of the latest software and hardware tools to stay on the cutting edge of electronic and pop music for over 20 years.

Kevin has been involved with Live as a teacher, producer and performer for many years. Kinneret Technology college is located on the southern foot of the Sea of Galilee, Israel and is the largest institute to offer a degree in Sound engineering in the country. The Sound Technology department was established in 2,, and over the past 18 years has built a reputation as a leading institute in sound tech studies in Israel. KMG Academy was established in and provides a unique form of instruction in the fields of recording arts, music production and business in the music industry.

Our hands-on training approach allows students to truly grasp concepts in a fully functioning recording studio, which includes eight recording studios, two production suites, lecture hall, and Ableton lab. Our sole mission is to Keep Music Going and change lives in our creative community. Krishnamurthy Ramesh is an audio engineer and music producer based in Chennai, India. Having a sharp ear for music and a passion for music technology, he has gathered invaluable experience by performing live and working in studios over the last decade.

Located in Seoul, South Korea, Kukje University of Arts has been one of the most cutting edge schools focusing on applied music and music tech in the country.

Not only is she widely regarded as one of the best in the world at this job but she’s one of the only women in this male-dominated field. Laurent Bonnet has been a saxophonist with several jazz and world music artists, both in France and internationally for over fifteen years.

His interest in production and mixing led him to discover Live in , and he soon started using it on stage and in the studio for various projects, ranging from jazz to electro. Lawrence Grey has been using Ableton Live since to produce records, DJ, and teach kids across the country how to make electronic music. His personal productions and DJ sets lean towards House and Techno, but in his educational work Lawrence has made everything from Trap to Trance.

This versatility Lawrence Philip adalah seorang produser, DJ, sound designer dan pengajar yang berbasis di Jakarta, Indonesia. Lawrence adalah Ableton Certified Trainer pertama di Indonesia. Lee Sullivan is a senior lecturer and curriculum coordinator in electronic music production, performance technology and sound design at University Centre Weston. Lenny Kiser is a producer, DJ, audio engineer, and Ableton instructor. Leo Casagrande began his career in and over the years has specialized in audio and technology courses.

Leonardo Rojas, aka PHO, has worked in the music industry for over 17 years. His eclectic style of blending musical styles has led to him producing in genres like soul, funk, hip hop and house. Minneapolis-based producer, performer and educator Leon J is a creative pioneer and a force in the electronic music community.

With over 15 years of professional experience, Leon J has produced both remixed and original music that has been featured on Beatport, Crooklyn Clan and Crack 4 DJs. Louis College of Music e produttore di musica elettronica. His teaching experience reaches almost as far back as his music-making, which began in Liam Shy is an artist, music professor, creative entrepreneur and law student.

She is a passionate Ableton Live user and educator who aims to inspire everyone to reach their full potential as musicians and live performers.

The world’s first Ableton-dedicated training company, Liveschool opened in and has since expanded to teaching in-studio or online from Sydney, Berlin and Los Angeles. Their flagship course is Produce Music and it’s developed by a team of Ableton Certified Trainers, Grammy Award-winning artists and producers. Loptimist is a critical part of the South Korean music scene, having produced hip hop musicians like Drunken Tiger and Yoon Mi Rae since More recently, he’s been collaborating with developers from across the planet to develop the Leestrument brand of Max for Live devices, performing with Italian accordionist Carmine Ioanna, and composing music for his solo albums.

Lorne is an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Denver, teaching audio production, sound design, sequencing and mastering. He enjoys composing and performing original compositions in Live, as well as remixing various songs for live performance.

Loudon Stearns is a professor at Berklee College of Music in the Contemporary Writing and Production Department, where he specializes in composition with technology. Specific class topics include scoring to visuals, technology applications for songwriters, and composing electronic music. Currently based in Milan, Luca has always been involved in various aspects of the electronic music world, from production, sound design and DJing, to manufacturing synthesizers and DSP research.

Lucas Ramos is an audio engineer who has worked with recording and post-production since He began working with Live in while studying at SAE School of Audio Engineering and has been using it since for film scoring as well as his own music.

His lessons stand out for their focus on the latest in music and technology. Luke Warren is a producer, DJ, sound designer and passionate educator who has been using Live for well over 10 years. He has experience teaching across a variety of settings and skill levels, from private lessons to higher education. Maarten Smit started out as a hip-hop DJ in Live’s intuitive way of creating beats, loops and ideas on the fly was a perfect match for his way of producing and DJing.

Madeleine Bloom is a classically trained musician, producer, multi-instrumentalist and singer from Berlin. Since she has been running Sonic Bloom, the biggest independent online resource on all things Ableton. Marcello Ruggiu began his career as a musician in , playing drums and making electronic music.

By he had earned a degree in audio engineering. His specialty is recording — both live and in the studio — with a particular focus on electronic music production. In Marcello became an Ableton Certified Trainer and started teaching workshops alongside certified courses.

Conduz aulas, consultorias e mentorias online. Marcin Staniszewski is a musician, producer and sound designer based in Warsaw, Poland. He has been making music since he was eight, venturing into many styles and sonic territories. As a multi-instrumentalist piano, french horn, guitar, tenor saxophone , he has played in numerous bands and ensembles while studying at New York State University Mariano Trocca is a DJ, producer and the director of Arjaus.

Mark Burnett lives and breathes electronic music. As an artist, he has worked with dozens of labels and performed as a DJ and live act at events across the globe.

As a teacher, he has been at the helm of dozens of music education projects, bringing a wealth of experience from working with a diversity of artists, aspiring and professional, to the table.

Mark Towers is a UK-based electronic musician, developer and educator. As well as designing courses and lecturing in Music Technology, Mark also specializes in programming and works as a developer for Isotonik Studios, where he creates unique Max for Live devices for composition, production and performance.

He has over 30 years of international studio experience and recently collaborators include artists such as Stonebridge, Richard Morel, Chris Cox. Since An experienced teacher, performer and communicator, Martin Delaney can help you take your first steps with Live, or help you build your ideal setup and start performing. Mateusz Telega started working with music and sound in and specializes in mixing, mastering, recording and digital music production.

In the field of sound creation, modular Matthew Arledge, based in his hometown of Memphis, TN, has been educating musicians on production, engineering and DJing since Serving the needs of clients by recording vocals, writing music or providing private lessons, Matthew also creates live sets for performers utilizing lights and videos.

Matt McCoy is a worship leader, songwriter and recording artist from Chicago, Illinois. He received his bachelors degree in Electronic Media from the University of Cincinnati where he studied audio production, web and multimedia design. Matt has been using Ableton since version 4 both on stage and studio. With a history of playing in DIY Indie bands and live electronica acts, Matt Ridgway is a multi-faceted musician and educator from Melbourne, Australia.

Working with Ableton Live since version 3 in early , Matt has extensive knowledge and teaching experience with both Live and Push. Matt Tinkler is an electronic musician, audio engineer and educator from Melbourne, Australia. With a passion for sharing knowledge and a love for community, Matt provides an exciting and engaging educational experience and creates genre-fluid sonic journeys under the solo moniker Martiln. An experienced user of Ableton Live and Max for Live for many years, Maxime Dangles is crazy about performing on stage, producing, experimenting and sharing.

Max Wild is a German-born, Zimbabwean-raised multi-instrumentalist, producer, and educator whose diverse musical influences range from electronic sounds to jazz, Brazilian and Afro-pop. She plays theremin and produces music that ranges from experimental electronic to underground techno.

Under her artist name Donna Maya, she has released her music internationally on various labels. She Djs and composes turntable concerts for philharmonic orchestras, and creates contributions for soundtracks, such as the movie Kurz und Schmerzlos by Fatih Akin. She is the first female Ableton Certified Trainer in Canada and has over fifteen years of experience in the music industry.

She has also composed music for documentaries and theater plays. Melissa Uye-Parker is a British-Nigerian producer, performer and educator based in London, making music since Menno Keij discovered dance music in and has been producing electronic music using trackers, sequencers and hardware synthesizers ever since. In , he began using Ableton Live for producing in the studio and performing live on stage.

Merlyn Silva is a musician, producer and educator based in Aarhus, Denmark. Michael has been teaching Ableton Live for more than five years. His specialty is teaching Live in a way that lets students reach their creative goals, whether they are professional musicians, DJs or producers, or simply considering a new way of working.

With more than ten years playing in live Since setting up and running his own recording studio in , Michael has produced and engineered a vast range of music – from guitar bands to sound art – and released his own electronic dance music on a range of labels covering Hardcore Rave to Minimal House. Michael Hatsis aka Banginclude is a Brooklyn, New York based producer and teacher who specializes in all things Ableton. Michael cut his teeth in music with the first version of Live and continues to use it in innovative ways today.

A love for electronic music that started more than 20 years ago has led Michel Sanchez-Infante to release a string of records under various guises, perform his music live internationally, and study Electronic Music Composition at the HKU in Hilversum. Microfusa is Spain’s number one training provider in the fields of audio technology, electronic music production and DJing.

Since they started, in , thousands of students have been trained at their premium-quality facilities in Madrid and Barcelona, which include up to fourteen fully equipped recording studios and post-production suites.

His productions have appeared on TV shows, DJ mix compilations and in dark, sweaty nightclubs. Mikhail Arce-Ignacio is a musician, producer and DJ. His passion for music first took on shape in his fascination with playing percussive and stringed instruments in bands. Milton Mermikides is a multi-disciplinary musician from London, UK, whose teaching and practice blends jazz, classical, popular, electronic, experimental, data-driven and global music forms in composition, improvisation, programming and performance.

For over 20 years, he has enjoyed a teaching, academic, performing and composing career, and promotes music knowledge, appreciation, cultural exchange and education for all. KxxHz is a music producer, electronic musician, songwriter, electronic live performer, DJ and educator. Misty Jones is a Nashville-based music producer and assistant professor at Middle Tennessee State University and has been an Ableton Live user since With a passion for controllerism and synthesis, Misty uses Live as a remixer, performer, sound designer and educator.

Mitch Lee is an award winning film, tv and video game composer and sound designer. Modular Music Academy specializes in contemporary music creation, with unique training programs involving music composition, production and performance, from workshops to courses to our new 1-year career plan on electronic music.

Mortimer Barten is a multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer with a penchant for mixing and mastering. Originally from the very north of Germany, Mortimer has lived in the ancient city of Trier since Do you ever wonder how we are expected to make music in a culture so full of noise? The quick tips, sample packs, tutorials and black Friday deals are all steering us toward rationalisations that feel like progress… right?

Musicians Institute MI is a college of contemporary music that offers a variety of educational programs in Hollywood, California. MusicLab began as a recording studio in Turin in June In it organized courses for sound engineers in collaboration with learning centers accredited by the Italian Ministry of Labour and the Region of Piedmont.

Music Production Academy is an Ableton Certified Training Centre at which students from all over the world gather to develop skills in the field of electronic music production. MPA organizes monthly Ableton workshops aside from the regular daily courses and private lessons.

All of which can be followed with the latest versions of Ableton Live and Ableton gear. Nikhil Bejai aka kneekillbee is a singer, music producer and educator with a strong passion for sharing knowledge in areas of music making and technology.

He has worked as a resident producer and trainer at DJP Media, Bangalore and also offers direct one-on-one mentorship classes.

A computer musician, teacher, mastering engineer and consultant, Nil is equally passionate about tech and technique, be it in the studio or on stage. Born in Bremen, Nils Hoffmann studied classical guitar and piano and is a state-certified music educator with over 20 years of teaching experience.

 
 

 

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Microtron captures the saturated orchestral sounds of the Mellotron — the tape-replay instrument made famous by the Beatles, Genesis and other bands. These surreal reproductions of brass, string and wind instruments will add a distinctive color to your sound palette.

With more than Drum and Instrument Racks, over loops for slicing, tweakable effects chains and more, Beat Tools has all the sounds you need for hands-on beatmaking — especially with Push. Mix or mutate between four independent sound sources using a flexible morph matrix and a Push-ready modulation sequencer — Hypermorph offers a playful way to create rapidly changing or evolving sounds. Transient Machines is a Max for Live Pack that allows for deep sound-shaping possibilities.

Modelled after the transient designers found in professional recording studios, Transient Machines is a versatile tool for reshaping the dynamics of drums, loops, and much more.

Three expertly designed Packs offer a diverse set of synth patches that show Analog and Tension at their evocative best.

Now available as a discounted bundle: three Packs for the cost of two. Outer Spaces is a versatile new audio processor that puts your sounds in beautiful spaces — but it goes way beyond your standard reverb.

Multi-sampled orchestral and world percussion, plus other hits and tension builders — this Pack offers professional-grade tools and sounds to use in scores, soundtracks, or to add cinematic power to any production style. Primed for use with Push and packed with recordings of vintage hardware within eleven tweakable Instrument Racks, House Racks is a new toolkit for producers seeking the classic sounds of 80s and 90s underground house.

Get deep with the multi-functional LFO, create a sequence of randomized preset states, or modulate parameters using an audio signal — this set of envelope followers and other device controllers can reinvent how you use your instruments and effects, and take your modulations to the molecular level. Surreal, slow-mo soundscapes, psychedelic instruments and otherworldly timbres from underwater recordings — you can now pick up these diverse sound sets as a discounted bundle: three Packs for the cost of two.

Expand your sound palette with authentic instruments and sounds from across the globe. Inspired by the experimental sounds of the 60s and 70s, this eclectic set of dream-like instruments and textures is ideal for soundtracks, film scores, or anyone looking to spark offbeat production ideas. IRCAM has used the expertise from decades of dedicated research and development to produce this collection of Max for Live devices. New from K-Devices, Terra is a polyphonic Max For Live synth incorporating frequency modulation, phase distortion, ring modulation and wave shaping.

Polyphylla is a new Max For Live instrument that makes additive synthesis accessible and fun. Its ability to generate unique rhythms and melodies, and deft control over randomization elements make it an exciting tool for those looking for inspiration and experimentation. Heavyocity brings its flagship collection of analog and organic drum sounds to Live: a carefully processed, production-ready batch of live percussion, drum machines and modular synth drums.

Heavyocity offer up this free Pack of drum sounds from their flagship DMA collection: a production-ready batch of live percussion, drum machines and modular synth drums. It lets bands maintain their natural groove when performing with Live.

Polytek is a versatile and creative Max for Live instrument combining step sequencing, vocoding and multiband gating, using Analog and Sampler as sound sources. The latest Pack from EarthMoments comprises over one-shot samples and loops inspired by the ethereal atmospheres of rivers, oceans, waterfalls and lakes. An extensive toolkit of over drum samples, chords, MIDI clips, loops and Simpler instruments tailor-made for modern music styles.

Packed with edgy sounds, spectacular effects and powerful mix processors, Magic Racks is a one-stop composition, mixing and mastering toolkit for dance music producers and live performers.

From premium Max For Live developer Amazing Noises comes a pair of anarchic effects for sound designers, glitch producers and explorers of uncharted sonic territory: Dedalus Delay and Stutter Switch. With over freely patchable modules and dozens of pre-patched synths and effects, OSCiLLOT brings the near-infinite creative possibilities of modular synthesis to Ableton Live.

Holder is a spectral freezing device. It grabs short slices of sound and transforms them to ambient textures. It is perfect for creating wide, lush soundscapes and atmospheric drones. AlterEcho is a supercharged delay effect which can add complex rhythm and tone to your sounds. It is transport-synced with step-based parameters, enabling powerful control of your sound over time.

Break Selection is a free pack that includes drum loops recorded by some of the best drummers in the business. Flatpack Analogik Drums is a collection of unique drum kits, constructed from recordings of highly sought-after analog modular gear. This Pack combines the old-school flavour of analog drums with fresh and colorful snares, kicks, cymbals, toms, claps and percussive elements, making it perfect for a variety of productions.

Flatpack Analogik Waves provides a range of mono and poly synth analog sounds, from raw and dirty synth leads to beautifully ethereal pads. This Pack was painstakingly sampled and chromatically tracked across the keyboard, to bring rich and harmonically arresting analog synth sounds to your fingertips. Entangled Species is a collection of over cinematic sounds designed for Ableton’s Tension.

It is perfect for creating electro-acoustic and ambient arrangements. Progressive electronic pioneers such as Vangelis and Jean-Michel Jarre provided the inspiration for this collection of retro-futuristic sounds. Geisterwelt is a spectral sampler and visualizer. With control over multiple audio and video parameters, Geisterwelt lets you simultaneously create music and responsive HD video with nothing more than a MIDI controller, a keyboard, or mouse. Apocalypse Percussion Elements is a massive library of over 4, high-quality samples ranging from entire drum ensembles to individual drums, cymbals and percussion instruments such as bongos, cajons, gongs and more.

A collection of over 5, analog drum sounds sampled from a broad range of hardware. Encompassing vintage Roland machines, contemporary drum synths, DIY circuit board kits and more, this Pack brings the warm tones of analog drums straight to your studio.

Developed at the legendary IRCAM institute in Paris, this Pack contains six Max for Live effects and one instrument for advanced real-time sound processing and manipulation.

Conundrums is a collection of 50 drum kits, each uniquely crafted for versatility and fine-tuned so that all components play together in harmony. Designed to complement a wide range of genres and pack a mighty punch in the mix, Conundrums is an all-in-one beatmaking powerhouse.

Mallets brings two expertly sampled melodic percussion instruments to Ableton Live. The Rhythomatix Pack brings you a library of highly nuanced loops, samples and drum kits geared towards world music, electronic, industrial and pop productions — subtle cinematic sounds that collectively provide a powerful rhythmic impact.

Inspired by the classic string machines of the s, Ensemble is a Max for Live string synthesizer with a unique built-in morphing formant filter. Ensemble also includes chorus and phaser effects which can be used separately.

Max for Cats presents DiGiTAL, a powerful polyphonic synth that fuses aspects of additive, wavetable, frequency modulation and subtractive synthesis. DiGiTAL is distinctly designed for creating new sounds and provides a comprehensive set of controls expressly for this purpose. Sample Magic delivers the grit and soul of machine-made techno with hundreds of loops crafted from analogue synths and hardware.

This Pack comes loaded with pounding beats, raw synth lines, dirty basslines, dubbed-out chords, processed vocals and much more. Dub Machines is a pair of expertly designed Max for Live devices that reproduce, and expand on the sound of classic tape and analog delays. With vintage character, extensive control and deep sound-shaping capabilities, Dub Machines is ready to take any sound into space.

Effect Racks is a collection of over sophisticated audio effects engineered for instant sound sculpting. Recording Hybrid Kit is a free Pack consisting of a multi-sampled, multi-velocity Yamaha drumset. Made up of elements of several different drumsets, Hybrid is a great sounding, all-purpose kit from Drumdrops — the makers of A Fistful of Drumkits.

Three diverse drum kits for any situation – from pounding metal crashes to crackling dub snares. Fill your drum arsenal with over 2 GB of sounds, including multi-sampled hits that capture the human feel of a professional drummer. Flatpack Darwin features evolving pads, animated textures and shifting tonal soundscapes.

Vocalisms is a collection of 58 drum kits made solely from sounds produced by the human voice and mouth. Taking advantage of the entire oral spectrum, this Pack focuses on the voice as a percussive instrument and provides all the elements of a drum kit, and much more.

Drop Herse in your track and manipulate audio in real time. Herse is a slicing multi-effect that lets you rearrange your signal and apply a defined amount of effect to each slice. Arsenal brings you the surprisingly rich and musical sounds of an array of metal objects.

Chosen for their unique sonic qualities, a selection of pipes, tubes and blades have been played with bows, sticks, hands and mouth, to capture and extract their inherent musical essence.

Dark Synth is an highly innovative new Max for Live synthesizer that marries the vast possibilities of additive synthesis with a super-intuitive interface. As a great starting point for immersive sound-shaping, Dark Synth will introduce you to new horizons in sound design.

Studio Bass is four instruments in one and delivers the powerful, expressive sound of a classic electric bass guitar. ZenPad – Bollywood is a selection of up-tempo Indian rhythms and authentic melodic sounds created specifically for pop, film, electronic and Bollywood productions. The Pack is also available as part of a discounted bundle with the Mantra and Oriental Packs. ZenPad — Oriental captures the spirit of the Orient with a variety of instruments including Arabic style drum kits, various hand percussion, ney flutes, clarinets, violin and oud.

This Pack is also available as part of a discounted bundle with the Bollywood and Mantra Packs. ZenPad – Mantra is a diverse selection of sounds designed for new age, yoga, meditation and electronic music productions.

This Pack is also available as part of a discounted bundle with the Bollywood and Oriental Packs. Discover MB of the finest drum loops from Sample Magic’s award-winning catalogue, compatible with Live 9.

Encompassing a huge variety of electronic styles, Sample Magic’s Beat Selection has been hand-picked to offer beat-making inspiration. Whether you are building hi-tech weapon effects for a blockbuster sci-fi shooter, or creating complex layered transitions for a cutting edge electronic music project, Microsphere delivers an extraordinary palette of sound that will take your productions into uncharted territory.

Monstrosities is a collection of 50 aggressive drum kits with dirty, distorted, processed and mangled sounds, energized for intense beat creation with Live and Push.

Olympus Elements symphonic choir is a voice professional choir, expertly built for use with Ableton Live. With beautifully recorded sample content and a wide range of dynamics and articulations, this Pack provides the most important elements of a large chorus in a convenient all-in-one solution. Grab control of the sound chips that defined the video game soundtracks of the s, now programmed specifically for Live.

RokVid is a powerful video solution for live music performers. Designed with simplicity in mind, RokVid makes easy work of generating captivating video that dynamically reacts to your sound.

Spectrum Effects includes two radical spectral processing devices capable of a range of effects. Warp and mangle your audio into mayhem, or add subtle harmonic touches – you decide which. In the studio and at the gig, Spectrum Effects adds an instant dynamic catalyst to your Live set. Set the rules in AutoBeat and discover endless rhythmic rearrangement possibilities. AutoBeat integrates seamlessly with Drum Racks, and can also function as a flexible phrase creator for melodic instruments.

Captured with all of its funky nuances, nothing adds vintage twang and spanking timbres to a groove like this classic keyboard instrument. Konkrete Drums 3 lets you take your palette of percussion even further into exciting new sonic territory. This Pack derives its unique range and power from the vast array of unusual gear and inspired recording techniques that went into its making. Transform any sound with this versatile instrument. If you then like it, use this musicmanta guide to find the cheapest way to buy Ableton Live.

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You can however buy a used license. How can I get an Ableton discount? On Windows, Live once again detects if it could not create a directory because one already existed. Alternatively, if grouped prior to setting the MIDI routing between the two, Live would also crash when attempting to ungroup the pair once the routing was set.

Grouping and ungrouping within the device chain will now behave as expected. Full Screen mode is still available using the “F11” key. Previously, under certain circumstances, Live appeared to hang because the UI could not be drawn.

Previously, installing many Live Packs at once caused Live’s installation dialog window to become too big and unable to be used properly. Fixed an issue where the Track Solo feature of the Tranzport control surface script did not work correctly.

Live will show and use. Fixed a crash that could occur during video export when using an external display as the primary display on MacBook Pro macOS. Live is compatible with Apple Silicon computers running Rosetta. With the Launchkey MK3 control surface script, it is now possible to continue playback by holding down the Shift button and pressing the Play button. Previously, a visual glitch could appear around the Groove Pool selector button, under certain circumstances.

Fixed an issue where a pending auto-update would sometimes not be applied after downloading. Note: this fix only affects auto-updates to future versions of Live. Previously, the Operator device could crash or calculate inaccurate frequencies when its Fixed Mode and Spread parameters were enabled.

Live’s window no longer turns red when loading a Set with missing plug-in devices. Previously, Live would hang when turning its audio engine off, under certain circumstances.

Fixed a bug that prevented certain low-resolution plug-in devices from scaling correctly on macOS. Fixed a crash that could occur when cancelling an “Export Audio” operation during the “Wait for silence” step. Fixed a crash that could occur when running certain plug-in devices.

When the Vestax VCM is detected by Live, its control surface script will now be automatically selected and set up. Shift-key functionality once again works as expected in the Clip View’s Sample Display. Previously, Packs would change icons upon being assigned a color in the browser. The Max device error view description text now follows Live’s selected theme.

Fixed some bugs: – Certain VST3 plug-ins that are not defined as instruments e. Previously, cropping an unwarped clip could produce a clip whose loop markers were outside the sample. When saving a Set for the first time, self-containing the Set or creating a Pack using Live’s File Manager, Live would incorrectly enable the Warp switch for such clips. Fixed a crash that could occur when using certain VST3 plug-ins.

Previously, when cropping an unlooped MIDI clip whose loop was outside the audible region, Live would hang when enabling the cropped clip’s loop. A memory leak and subsequent crash on macOS has been fixed when Live’s window is not being interacted with for a prolonged period of time. Every Push 2 user will get a firmware update to v.

This firmware version fixes an issue that caused some displays to appear upside down. Metal support is disabled on OS X Added more Live theme colors to Max for Live. When the Pedal device is disabled, the Pedal Type chooser switch now appears in the correct text color.

When the Glue Compressor device is disabled, the text labels around rotary switches now stay in the same place. Updated various info texts, and improved some info text translations for Spanish and French languages. Bugfixes: Fixed hanging that could occur when dragging a compressed sample into Live, under certain circumstances macOS only.

Previously, an erroneous message would appear in the Status Bar when deleting an audio file within a folder in the Places section of the browser. Fixed lagging that occurred in the browser’s search field when the Sounds label was selected. Previously, a Macro Control’s range settings were not correctly updated when that Macro Control was being controlled by a Max for Live device. On first start, Live now only selects Simplified Chinese as the UI language if either: – the operating system language is set to Simplified Chinese; or – the operating system region is set to the People’s Republic of China excluding Taiwan and special administrative regions such as Hong Kong and Macao.

On macOS, if the operating system language is set to Simplified Chinese, Live now asks for permissions e. Live could crash when closing a window, a drop-down menu, or a context menu, under certain circumstances. Pressing and releasing Clear will still delete the current clip. In the Launchpad Pro MK3’s Device Mode, the last selected parameter bank of each device instance will now be recalled upon reselecting the device instance.

When Live is set to Japanese, the formatting of lesson texts in the Help View is once again displayed correctly. Previously, Live would not respond to mouse clicks if a dialog opened while another application was in focus macOS only.

Previously, newly-created clips sometimes did not inherit their track color. Devices In the Wavetable device, Undo commands performed on changes to user wavetables should now work as expected, and provide more meaningful undo descriptions for parameters that previously only displayed the default “Change Value” Undo action description. Previously in the Echo and Delay devices, the first repeats of the audio signal were repitched, under certain circumstances.

Fixed an issue that caused intermittent dropouts in the DS Kick device. Fixed a crash that occurred when loading Live Sets, under certain circumstances. Fixed a bug that created unintended fade-ins, under certain circumstances. Fixed the display and editing of continuous parameters in VST3 plug-in devices. Where supported, VST3 plug-ins now use a linear knob mode. Previously, Live’s Preferences were reset after updating to a new version, under certain conditions.

It is no longer possible to change parameter values in a Max for Live device, if the track containing that device is frozen. Info texts and Help View lessons now have Chinese translations. Recording automation for multiple device or mixer parameters together will now result in less steps to undo on Push. While recording on Push, pressing the Fixed Length button near the end of a segment of time that corresponds with the Global Quantization setting will cause Live to wait until that amount of time is elapsed before stopping the recording.

When Push is connected, other control surfaces will no longer conflict with the automatic track arming behavior of Push. When using multiple Push control surfaces, they will no longer conflict with each other’s automatic track arming behavior. In the Novation Launchpad Pro MK3 controller’s Device Mode, the last selected parameter bank of each device instance will now be recalled upon reselecting the device instance.

Max for Live Default Max for Live devices now use live. Fixed a bug that prevented undo and redo operations upon creating a computer keyboard mapping, as well as redo operations after deleting a computer keyboard mapping.

Fixed a visual glitch that appeared when moving the mouse over an automation envelope. Previously when dragging a velocity marker, the mouse cursor would jump back to its initial position. When using an encoder on a MIDI controller to control a device parameter with discrete values, the control functionality will no longer be inverted.

Devices Previously, when instantiating an Audio Unit plug-in, Live would sometimes display an error message about a folder that could not be created. Previously, after replacing a Max for Live device and then undoing the operation, the wrong device name would be displayed.

Fixed a crash that occurred after unfreezing a track containing Wavetable, and then deleting the Wavetable device. Parameter banks in the Wavetable device will now be correctly mapped to control surfaces. Fixed a crash that occurred when selecting and freezing multiple tracks containing the External Instrument device.

If a track with a plug-in device is unfrozen, has its plug-in parameters or preset changed, and is frozen again, it will now record new audio instead of using the old frozen audio file. Max for Live devices that are not visible are now correctly notified of active state changes.

Control Surfaces When Push 1 is power-cycled or turned on while Live is running, the touch strip will now be correctly updated in Note Mode. Previously, after cropping an audio file in Live, a flat line might appear on Push 2’s display.

Push will now display the correct notifications for playing clips e. When changing integer values of Max for Live devices from Push, the values are always in sync with those shown in Live. In Volume Mode on the Novation Launchpad Pro MK3 controller, button faders will no longer be set to an incorrect color when changes to return tracks are made.

General Older Live Sets with missing components will now be correctly opened in Live. This also applies to Group Tracks when making a time selection across multiple tracks. Filenames containing Chinese and Japanese text are now properly indexed and searchable in Live’s browser. In the Delay device, it is now possible to toggle the filter on and off by clicking on the “Filter” text label next to the Filter On switch.

Push 2 Updated Push 2’s firmware to version 1. This firmware version fixes a bug that prevented LED animations from working, under certain circumstances. Max for Live Updated the bundled Max build to version 8. When using a plug-in that wants to use Apple Events such as eLicenser protected plug-ins , a localized text requesting permission appears in the macOS dialog, when the system language is set to German, Spanish, French, Italian or Japanese. Fixed a crash that could occur when pasting Group Tracks, in certain circumstances.

On Windows, dialogs are now always centered on top of Live, even if Live is maximised. Previously, fades would flicker when the cursor moved over fade handles. Fixed a bug that prevented resizing a track by pressing ALT and scrolling with the mouse, if the track was placed after a folded Group Track. Fixed a crash that could occur when dragging a template Set from the User Library into the Session View. Fixed a bug which caused Live to hang when a Set contained very short Arrangement clips.

Fixed a crash that could occur when dragging or copying and pasting an unwarped clip over a tempo change. Previously, notes playing in Session clips would be re-triggered by note chasing when the Arrangement loop caused playback to jump backward in time.

Auto-updates no longer interrupt the file recovery process after a crash. Devices Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to unfold a missing sample item in the File Manager, if the sample was used as an imported waveform in the Wavetable device.

Fixed a bug which prevented automation in the Wavetable device from playing. Midi Recording and Editing It is no longer possible for zero-duration notes to exist at the same start time as another note.

This corrects various unwanted behaviors that previously occurred in the MIDI Note Editor when working with zero-duration notes. Automation Fixed a crash that occurred when redoing stretching or skewing automation envelopes. Previously, duplicating a Rack chain would not result in duplicated automation. Fixed a crash that could occur when a looped audio clip’s automation was overridden, under certain circumstances. Copying automation envelopes from one plug-in device to another now works as expected.

Fixed some crashes related to automation envelopes. Recording Live no longer allows freezing tracks while recording. This prevents any possible loss of the recorded audio.

Fixed a bug that prevented VST3 plug-in parameters from updating correctly. Live no longer crashes when running unlicensed Waves plug-in devices. Link When Link is enabled, the tempo of the second Link-enabled app now adjusts to match the first Link-enabled app. Control Surfaces Fixed a bug that prevented certain plug-in devices and track controllability from working as expected. The Note Mode of the selected track will be correctly recalled when loading a Set, if the selected track has something other than the default Note Mode selected on Push 1 or 2.

Max for Live Max for Live devices will now correctly return to their normal state when ungrouped from a Rack while Macro Map Mode is enabled. This behaviour is now consistent as with other Live devices. On the Novation Launchpad X, while in Note Mode, the Record button will now flash to indicate that recording has been triggered to stop. On the Launchpad Mini MK3 and Launchpad X, it is now possible to access session overview functionality via a quick double tap on the Session button.

Also fixed a bug where the Launchpad MK2 would not work or would partially crash if the Live Set contained no sends or all of its sends were deleted. Fixed a bug where pressing the Record button on the Novation Launchpad X while a return track or the Master Track was selected could result in an error. Also fixed a bug where Button Faders on the Launchpad X that were assigned to an unavailable Send would be erroneously illuminated. See also this Knowledge Base article.

Important: before updating to macOS The MP3 experience should be unchanged. Video playback and exporting is now much faster. Some videos using old formats can no longer be played back. While running macOS Mojave Please read this Knowledge Base article.

Automation When dragging, stretching or skewing automation, or when changing the curve of a segment, pressing the ESC key now resets the automation to its original state. The global “Snap Automation To Grid” option is now ignored when Draw Mode is enabled, so the quantization always matches the visible grid.

A “No more automation events could be removed” message now appears in the Status Bar when performing the “Simplify Automation” command on an envelope has no effect. Home and End keys move the selection to the first and last options respectively. Page Up and Page Down keys move the selection by the size of the page, or by 25 entries if the chooser control is collapsed. The metronome’s Rhythm setting is now saved in the Live Set.

The “Freeze Track” command is now available in the context menu of automation lanes. Live’s browser now starts searching after entering a single Chinese character. Adding or removing scenes in a Live Set with many scenes is now significantly faster. Added support for emoji characters in all text fields on the following systems: Windows 10 and later macOS Text in the Redux device is now correctly displayed.

Supported properties include Live’s track name, track index and track color. Certain plug-ins will now show Live’s track names in their Mixer section. This entry appears in context menus of plug-in devices in the browser, and in the title bar of plug-in devices in the Device View. This is consistent with the MP3 export behavior.

Max for Live Improvements Updated the bundled Max build to version 8. Live will no longer load Max versions older than Max 8. When an external Max version older than 8.

Users cannot select Max versions older than 8. Changes since Max 8. Fixed a crash that occurred when undoing adding a default Max instrument or a Rack containing a Max instrument. Live no longer crashes when recording into a Session slot after a device with latency has been deleted.

Fixed a crash that occurred when editing the value of an automation segment within an inactive time selection. Fixed a crash when moving a device with overridden Arrangement automation to a different track. Fixed a bug which created an erroneous breakpoint when switching between stretching and skewing automation.

Previously, plug-in parameters would disappear from their Live panel if they were edited using automation shapes. Previously, recording clip automation into the Arrangement did not work as expected. Previously, when the Lock Envelopes switch was enabled, moving automation on a frozen track would not work as expected. When cancelling drawing automation in Draw Mode by pressing the ESC key, the cursor now stays at its current position.

After cancelling editing automation by either pressing the ESC key or entering an invalid value, the mouse cursor now reverts to the correct position when opening a context menu. Dragging a time selection of a discrete automation would cause the mouse to jump erratically. Fixed a bug that prevented correctly stretching MIDI notes in a time selection, under certain circumstances. Velocity values are once again correctly displayed as integers in the MIDI Note Editor, if their velocity markers are dragged.

Fixed a crash that could occur when importing an empty MIDI clip. Interface Improved the appearance of the Wavetable and Impulse devices, as well as Live’s plug-in device panel. Fixes three issues with crash recovery: Crash recovery would crash again and again when trying to recover from a crash, instead of only recovering the history until a previous crash. When trying to recover a Live Set a second time, Live would end up with a corrupt history and possibly crash when undoing directly after recovering.

Previously, when Shift-clicking to select multiple Arrangement tracks, and editing a parameter for all tracks, the selection focus was erroneously invisible. Previously, the blue LED that indicates clip modulation would appear on slider controls that were not modulated.

Previously on Windows, a Windows notification sound would play after using the “Consolidate Time to New Scene” command and pressing the Space bar. Fixed a crash that occurred when opening the View menu while the Master track was selected. Previously, the playhead would disappear after stopping the song, and would only reappear after making a time selection or clicking in the Arrangement View. Fixed a crash that occurred when dragging a multi-selection of Session clips past the first scene.

Previously, tracks contained within certain Live Sets created by third-party software could not be unfolded in the browser. Zooming to fit content to the Detail View with the “W” button now works correctly when content is within negative time.

Fixed a bug that caused playheads to appear in the wrong color after resizing Live’s window. When using IME and editing info texts, the text field now retains typed input when clicking outside the text field, without the need to press Enter first. Fixed a bug that prevented Live from handling more than 1, scenes correctly.

Fixed auto-scrolling for automation in the Detail View. Previously, note velocity ranges in the Status Bar were displayed with four decimal places, when notes with different velocities where selected. Fixed a bug that caused Live to hang when dragging attachment files to a Drum Rack.

Previously, scrolling through a context menu using arrow keys could erroneously select the context menu item positioned underneath the mouse cursor.

Previously, the Clip Stop button would not blink after it was clicked. Fixed a crash that occurred when opening the View menu while the Clip View was in focus and no clip was selected. Devices Fixed the value ranges of the Velocity parameters in the Collision device. Automation applied to parameters in the Wavetable device now has more consistent timing.

Live Sets created in versions of Live older than Fixed two bugs that affected the appearance of Simpler’s loop markers.

Control Surfaces Fixed a bug where switching between various mixer modes on the Launchpad MK2 could result in the faders becoming stuck on controlling sends. Improved keyboard event handling in VST3 plug-ins. Fixed a crash that could occur when running certain VST3 plug-ins. Audio On Windows, exporting audio would not work as expected and could cause Live to crash, under certain circumstances. Frozen tracks now provide Post-FX output routing to other tracks.

This allows tracks that are sources for sidechains to be frozen. It is now possible to freeze tracks which contain AU, VST or Max devices that receive audio from another track sidechains.

If selected, every track will be rendered as if it was soloed and the master track was being recorded. This means that return and master effects are included. When a track with a sidechain is frozen, unfrozen, and frozen again, the track’s audio is now always re-rendered. This ensures that changes in the sidechain source track are considered in the new rendered file.

The Arrangement Overview is now resizable, and its contents now always fit inside the box exactly. When moving through the Arrangement using the arrow keys, the view will scroll to keep the selected track visible, if necessary. When committing a groove on a MIDI clip, a time selection is only made if notes were selected prior to committing the groove. Clicking on the timeline ruler will pause follow.

In arrangement, when calling “Select All” e. Stretching time in the Envelope Editor is now possible with the Automation Transform tool, and the Note Stretch markers have been removed from the Envelope Editor. They are still available in the Note Editor. It is now possible to edit the value of an automation breakpoint or segment using a context menu and keyboard.

While hovering over a breakpoint or segment, right-click and press the new “Edit Value” context menu item to make the automation value box editable. Enter a new value and confirm the entry either by deselecting the value display box or hitting the Enter key.

When hovering over an automation and a ‘preview’ breakpoint is shown, users can right click and access an “Add Value” context menu item. The new breakpoint can then be added with the entered value. When right-clicking on an automation lane, the context menu now reveals a number of pre-defined shapes that can be inserted into a given time selection. If no time selection exists, the length of the shape corresponds to the current grid quantization.

In Automation Mode, clip fades can be viewed and edited while holding down the “F” key. Added buttons to the Envelopes box for Session clips to toggle between automation and modulation envelopes in the Clip View. Modulation envelopes in Arrangement clips can now be accessed directly via the clip envelope chooser. Previously, they were only accessible through a parameter’s context menu.

Modulation envelopes now appear in a modulation-specific color. Also, the LEDs in the clip envelope choosers now show whether a parameter is automated, modulated or both. When drawing non-quantized automation using draw mode with a disabled grid or recording a continuous stream of value changes, Live now creates ramps instead of small discrete steps, to avoid unwanted zipper noise.

Note that this excludes parameters that require discrete steps, e. When drawing automation with a deactivated grid, Live will insert fewer breakpoints and tries to use curved segments whenever possible.

This will significantly reduce the overall amount of breakpoints and makes it easier to edit the automation envelope afterwards. This also applies to drawing modulation, except when the parameter type doesn’t support it. Added a “Simplify Envelope” command to the context menu of automation envelopes within a time selection, which removes unnecessary breakpoints and tries to use curved segments whenever possible to allow easier breakpoint editing.

When clicking on a control in a clip’s Sample Box in the Clip View e. Browser Live’s database will keep working even if a second Live instance is running. Previously, this was not the case, thus resulting in a partially empty browser. Please note that it is necessary to update the Komplete Kontrol software to its latest version in order for the Live integration to work.

Pressing “ALT” while using the pinch gesture changes the track height. Entering Chinese, Korean or Japanese text now works correctly. If the tracks are in a mixes state e. This also works when multiple Group Tracks are selected. The “Show All Tracks” functionality that was bound to the “S” key in the Arrangement has been removed. The “S” key can now be used to solo tracks in the Session and Arrangement instead.

When invoking them again, the remembered view state is restored. Additionally, the respective buttons in Arrangement indicate whether a remembered state exists by changing their color. When the Detail View is in focus, pressing “H” zooms in on the area from the lowest to the highest note in the clip. The behavior with multi-clip editing is also the same: notes in all edited clips are considered.

Pressing the “Z” key or clicking the View menu’s “Zoom to Time Selection” command changes the height of selected content to fit the Arrangement View. The “X” key now allows zooming back out from the time selection. When zooming in multiple times using the “Z” key, the “X” key can be pressed multiple times to go back one step each time the key is pressed. In the Arrangement, when only a few notes exist within a MIDI clip, they now appear in a larger size.

On Windows, Live now respects the Control Panel’s “Choose how many lines to scroll each time” setting. In the Arrangement Overview, clips now always appear in the same color as in the Arrangement. Single tracks now appear in a standby selection color, under certain circumstances. Until now, only multiple selected tracks were shown with a standby selection color, whereas single tracks were simply shown as unselected.

The changes are as follows: when resizing an unselected track in the Arrangement, the track now appears as a standby selection. This is consistent with the behavior in Session View. This applies to both the Session and Arrangement Views. Previously they were rendered too small or displayed UI glitches. On Windows, the cursor that indicates that a breakpoint can be added is now white.

Rubber-band selection now scales correctly on hi-dpi screens. The status bar text shown after selecting MIDI notes in the editor has been improved, so that if only one note is selected, it does not display that as a range anymore. Max for Live improvements Scale intervals can now be observed from Max for Live. Additionally, it provides the ability to modulate delay time and filter frequency with a built-in LFO. When opening an older Set or Preset which used Simple or Ping Pong Delay, an upgrade button will appear on the Delay device used in place of the original devices.

Introduced Channel EQ. Channel EQ is a three-band equalizer focused on immediacy. It is now possible to drop an audio file onto Wavetable’s Oscillator tabs, and use it as a wavetable. By default, the wavetable is processed and smoothed. However, Wavetable also provides a “Raw” decoding option. Please note that at this time encoded files e. Previously, these controls were exclusively available in Sampler.

In the Delay device, the maximum delay time offset is now consistent with the Simple Delay and Ping Pong Delay devices. When mapping a parameter to an empty macro, the macro assumes the full range of the target parameter, and will be set to the current value of the target parameter. Push 2 New scales are visible on Push, and some existing scales have been renamed. Setup Improved the performance of drag and undo commands on interactions with automation envelopes.

All plugin settings now appear in a dedicated “Plugins” tab in the Preferences. Introduced system folders for VST3 plug-in scanning.

Also added a button to the “Plugins” Preferences tab to enable and disable system folders. VST3 plug-ins are now scanned via a separate background process.

Plug-ins that crashed during scanning no longer cause Live to crash. In addition, Live will not need to wait for the plug-in scan to finish in order to launch. VST3 plug-in scanning now supports symlinks. For VST3 plug-ins with less than 65 parameters, the parameters are now auto-assigned after instantiation. Sidechain routings, Gain and Mix parameters are now displayed in third-party plug-ins in the Device View.

Breakpoint values would erroneously be displayed behind insert markers. When using the smallest adaptive grid possible i. Automation Previously, CC messages received in a track input might erroneously affect a clip that is playing back on a different track, even if that track was not armed. Also, Live no longer filters out “duplicate” CC messages. Automation segments and breakpoints would appear highlighted on frozen tracks, although automation cannot be edited in such cases.

In automation envelopes, the automation value display will no longer disappear after opening a context menu and moving the mouse above it. It was erroneously possible to set the insert marker or select time on a frozen automation lane. A crash could occur when loading a new Set after remote-mapping a Macro control in another track. Live Sets could become corrupt after duplicating a clip or a track containing a clip and then adding additional notes to one of the clips.

Interface Improvements Creating a looping Arrangement clip containing MIDI notes and zooming out far enough would cause the clip content to suddenly appear as a black block. Previously, when selecting all editable text within a field, a gap would appear to the left side of text. The mouse cursor would not change when attempting to resize clips in the Arrangement, if the Session View was playing back a clip on the same track. Fixed a text glitch that occurred when displaying sample time values in Sampler or Simpler.

Additionally, the Reverb device’s Reflect and Diffuse parameter texts were cut off. Both bugs have been fixed. Fixed a bug which prevented existing Macros from connecting when grouping devices within a chain of an existing group device. Live would crash when using the “Delete Device” context menu item, while the device was being renamed.

Fixed a number of inconsistencies that would occur when an AU plug-in’s parameter list changed, which could potentially leave a Live Set in a partially broken state. Automation When hovering over automation, the cursor now indicates that a mouse click would create a new breakpoint. Modulation envelopes of disabled warper parameter envelopes now appear grayed out. The state of the Lock Envelopes switch is now ignored when pasting track content to a frozen track, and when pasting automation.

This ensures that clips will sound the same when the track is unfrozen. When a Komplete Kontrol A device is connected, it is now automatically selected in the Preferences. Interface Improvements Improved Live’s drawing performance. Previously for macro-mapped parameters, the modulation envelope would appear grayed out. Now, the automation envelope appears grayed out instead, since the modulation still has an effect on the mapped value, whereas the automation has not.

Unified the off-grid color indication for the vertical automation guide line and markers in the Arrangement and Detail View. Added minor graphics improvements for device chains. Updated the Help View’s table of contents and various info texts. Updated some info text translations. Fixed a crash that occurred when zooming to a time selection, deleting a track and zooming back. Previously, the Edit menu’s “Cut Time”, “Duplicate Time”, and “Delete Time” commands would be incorrectly enabled when there was no time selection.

A MIDI track would not be monitored during an Arrangement recording, after a clip’s playback was stopped on the same track in the Session View. Previously, unwarped samples dragged from the browser on top of other audio clips in the Arrangement would sometimes be arbitrarily shortened. Live could crash when clicking within proximity of an Arrangement locator. Automation Dragging the automation lane selection start to a negative time would change the selection to a content lane selection.

Fixed broken clip envelopes created by the step automation feature on Push. When deleted via a parameter’s context menu, a clip automation envelope’s value line was displayed in the wrong color. Fixed a bug which prevented dragging an automation breakpoint to 1. Previously, splitting and moving an automation envelope’s left-most line segment would shift the segment to the right. Browser When a Collections label was assigned to a project folder, it would appear twice in the respective browser Collection.

Fixed a bug which prevented drag-selecting a range of entries in the browser side bar. Control Surfaces When using Drum Racks, nested devices would still display their visualization after the drum pad was selected in the device navigation area via the top row of buttons, on Push 2. Only the choke group and tuning settings for the drum chain should be visible in that view.

Fixed a bug where the message “Parameter

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