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Grand Piano Updated for Live 11 Multiple articulations, sampled from a carefully prepared and programmed piano to capture the virtuosity of the classical grand piano sounds. Guitars and Bass A set of electric guitars and basses, expertly multisampled to cover different playing styles, velocities and articulations – from funky slap bass to gently strummed guitar chords. Mood Reel New in Live 11 A collection of sounds for making music with a modern narrative feel.

Evocative layered instruments combine organic and synthetic sounds with textural elements to add mood, space and movement to productions. Skitter and Step Updated for Live 11 A sound collection that inhabits the space where growling basses, rinsing pads and jarring melodies collide with jagged, broken percussion. The cavernous spaces, dubby basses and tight drums are ready for production but were designed for deep sound manipulation.

Beat Tools 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. Brass Quartet New in Live 11 Features a rich blend of trumpet, French horn, tenor saxophone and trombone in your music.

The instrument highlights the natural breathiness, range of expression and broad tonality of the brass quartet. Created in collaboration with Spitfire Audio.

Build and Drop Build and Drop is loaded with ecstatic leads, enveloping bass, slamming drums and a range of rises, sirens and sounds effects.

A creative toolbox for building the irresistible anticipation and release this music uses to keep the party going. Drive and Glow Updated for Live 11 Drive and Glow combines swirling synth textures, overdriven guitars and basses and pounding drums. Carefully curated to be mix-ready out of the box, this Pack is perfect for creating tracks that radiate with saturated, indie vibes. Drone Lab New in Live 11 Weave complex, evolving threads through your productions with tonal and textural samples, generative noise, multisampled instruments, plus devices and Effect Racks designed for experimentation.

Drum Booth Updated for Live 11 Drum Booth contains carefully curated samples of acoustic kits recorded in a tight, dry room. Perfect on their own or as reinforcement for electronic drums, Drum Booth also offers unique post processing options and experimental recordings not possible with standard acoustic libraries.

Special attention was given to making this Pack sound as true-to-life and organic as possible. The result is characterful electric keys for any genre. Glitch and Wash This collection explores the contrast of organic texture and precise rhythms — combining precision slices, jagged electronic noise and microscopic snippets of sound with warm ambient pads, textures and soundscapes. Inspired by Nature New in Live 11 Six playful instruments and effects that use natural and physical processes as their inspiration.

Created in collaboration with Dillon Bastan. Latin Percussion A collection of acoustic percussion instruments such as congas, timbales, claves, shakers, tambourines and bells from the worlds of Brazillian, Afro-Cuban and African music.

Orchestral Brass A thorough set of vivid and colorful brass instruments. Features solo and ensemble French horn, trombone, trumpet and tuba, with a unique set of articulations in multiple section sizes. Orchestral Mallets The true essence of symphonic percussion instruments in pristine quality. Features vibraphone, marimba, xylophone, crotales, glockenspiel, tubular bells, cymbals and timpani with a variety of articulations.

Orchestral Strings A comprehensive selection of naturally rich and dynamic stringed instruments. Features solo and ensemble violin, viola, cello and double bass, all record in their natural positions within the orchestra, complete with a number of articulations. Orchestral Woodwinds Features a variety of clear and vibrant wind instruments.

Includes solo and ensemble flute, clarinet, bassoon, oboe and English horn, with a broad spectrum of articulations. Probability Pack A collection of creative sequencers that introduce probability and chance to your music. Punch and Tilt 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.

Session Drums Club A multisampled library of acoustic drums for nuanced play. Features room ambience from club environments. Session Drums Studio A multisampled library of acoustic drums that reproduces the nuances of a recording session. Features clear studio recordings of world-class drum kits, properly miked and ready to play. Singularities Singularities makes use of single samples and finely tuned, expressive parameters to capture the sound and feel of classic synths and samplers.

String Quartet New in Live 11 This combination of two violins, viola and cello has a sound that is immediately intimate, and is also a great starting point for sonic exploration. 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.

Voice Box New in Live 11 A comprehensive collection of contemporary vocal samples from multiple voices, a set of playable vocal instruments, and Effect Racks designed for vocal processing. Audio Effects Intro Standard Suite. Audio Effect Rack Updated for Live 11 Combine audio effects into a single device, allowing for the creation of simplified Macro controls for complex effects chains.

Auto Pan LFO-driven panning, tremolo and beat-synchronized chopping effects. Beat Repeat Creative beat mangling with controlled or randomized repetitions of an incoming signal. Channel EQ A flexible and simple EQ with curves and gain ranges suitable for a variety of audio material. Chorus-Ensemble Updated for Live 11 Create thickening, flanging and vibrato effects.

Ensemble is a new algorithm inspired by a thick 3-delay line chorus used in the 70s for string machines. Compressor Dynamics processing to add punch and loudness. All Waves plugins can now be resized to several sizes, with the ability to set your custom default size per plugin or across all plugins.

Fixed: Occasional mouse pointer disappearing on Windows. Fixed in the Waves System Toolbar: Bug causing inability to save over the currently loaded preset after using the Undo function. Fixed in Waves instruments: Bug causing sample library location dialog on Windows to not function occasionally. Fixed: Various errors in Waves user manuals. When used in Reason: Bug causing some plugins not to load in the Insert slot.

When used in Bitwig: Bug causing Bitwig interface to momentarily freezes when presets are loaded. Long instantiation time in Premiere. Fixed in Greg Wells VoiceCentric : Bug causing the plugin to become unresponsive in Cubase after saved, while bypassed in a session, loaded, and then reactivated.

Fixed in MultiMod Rack : Issues when loading presets from a file. Bug causing MIDI mapping in some parameters not to be saved with the session. Fixed in NS1 : Meter showing no signal when input comes only from the R right channel.

Bug causing MIDI mapping to be lost in various controls when the plugin is reactivated. Fixed in Playlist Rider : Wrong gain calculation with below-threshold content. Output clipping in some scenarios. Bug causing Tonal Character control not to be smoothed, occasionally creating clicks when activated.

Fixed in Renaissance DeEsser : Sound corruption in Bug causing the Insert slot to become black, with no indication of missing license, when attempting to insert a plugin with no license into the Insert slot.

Fixed: Renaming issues in the Nx Head Tracker firmware. Improved compatibility with macOS Improved overall installation reliability. Better user experience in the Notices section. Better error handling. October 28th, Updated: MyMon v Fixed: Compatibility with X32 v4. October 19th, Updated: SoundGrid Studio Fixed: It is now possible to edit and save device-friendly names under Inventory. Fixed: It is now possible to disconnect individual assignments from channel direct output, in Route view.

Fixed: Bug causing the signal to be heard in L or R only when a mono mic input is assigned as the source in Control Room or Headphones 1 to 4. Fixed: Bug preventing external insert settings from being loaded with your session. Fixed: Full Screen mode is now always available upon first launch in Mac. Fixed: Bug causing open configuration notifications to disappear once a device is disconnected.

More general bug fixes. Updated: StudioRack General bug fixes. General Bug Fixes. October 18th, Updated: MyMon v July 30th, Updated: StudioRack General bug fixes: Fixed: General improvement in preset loading time. Fixed: Incorrect macro transition between mono and stereo in the multiband split section. Fixed: Bug causing Macro assignments to remain after racks are removed. Fixed: Bug causing plugin window location to be saved outside the screen.

Fixed: Bug causing the sidechain indicator to flip after plugins are copied from another insert. Fixed: Constant noise when disabling, bypassing or closing a session with StudioRack while Monitor Mode is set to Input. Fixed: Bug causing input automation to be jittery. July 26th, Updated: SuperRack v July 6th, eMotion LV1 v Fixed: Possible distorted audio in matrix channels when SoundGrid server buffer size is above DirectOut SG. June 29th, eMotion LV1 v June 24th, Updated: StudioRack General bug fixes: Fixed: Sessions saved with V10 plugins within StudioRack loading with default preset.

Fixed: Plugins in chain deactivated when inserting a missing V10 plugin into a split rack. Fixed: Macro assignments lost when moving plugins between splits and the main chain. Fixed: Red frame still visible on a plugin control after macro assignment from the control.

Fixed: Macro range not updated when copy-pasting presets. Fixed: Macros assigned to parameters in the inserted plugin when a disabled plugin assigned to macros is hot-swapped. Fixed: Corrected automation labels for Panning and Width controls. Fixed: Split chain within a split chain displaying an active sidechain by default. Fixed: Rack identifier added to floating plugin frame. Fixed: New automation lanes open Cubase when switching processing mode.

Fixed: Constant noise when turning off StudioRack while in Input mode. Fixed: Short noise when closing a DAW session. June 8th, Updated: SoundGrid server firmware June 4th, Updated: SoundGrid server firmware May 28th, Update: SoundGrid Studio v To install, an offline installer file must be downloaded and installed via Waves Central: Learn more.

May 12th, Waves Central v More informative license recovery indication. Several other fixes and improvements. Fixed: Abbey Road Saturator — compatibility issue between stereo and mono presets. March 24th, Ovox New: presets added. Fixed: AutoPan Stomp Initialization.

Fixed: Audio artifacts when using Glide while playing chords. March 17th, New release — MultiMod Rack now available as a single plugin as well as in the Mercury bundle. March 16th, eMotion LV1 v Fixed: A bug causing talkback input assignment to be disconnected when scenes are loaded.

SuperRack v Now, session loading is totally controlled by the console. March 4th, Waves Central v February 26th, SuperRack v February 24th, WavesHeadTracker February 12th, eMotion LV1 February 5th, Waves Central v January 23rd, SuperRack Fixed: Audio corruption in SuperRack native when loading a session on a Mac. Fixed: When switching a rack from mono to stereo, the left and right channels latency can become misaligned.

Fixed: Latency group misalignment caused by auto-routing to bank B. New release — SuperRack v Fixed: Waves Tune maqam scales with quarter-notes not always corrected to the expected pitch. Fixed: Q10 text corruption. Fixed: Inability to edit IR1 gain envelop.

Fixed: Inability to edit Graphic SoundShifter time and pitch graphs. Fixed: Control value in Renaissance Channel not being updated when switching between the all-bands view and selected band view. December 26th, eMotion LV1 EQ Lock – prevents stage musicians from adjusting the mix master EQ. MyMon application is now always active no sleep when in focus. December 22nd, Firmware update for all SoundGrid servers 9.

December 18th, Fixed: Various preset related issues. December 17th, Waves Central v Fixed: Indication of Waves infra updates. November 21st, Waves Central v Warning when trying to install on unsupported operating systems.

Progress bar minor improvements. SoundGrid server firmware v October 28th, All Waves plugins: Across-the-board software update to version Redesigned interfaces for all eight Renaissance plugins: Users can now switch between three skins for each Renaissance plugin: Two new skins — Light and Dark — in addition to the existing Legacy skin. Renaissance Channel interface completely revised and streamlined based on user feedback, making R-Channel more intuitive and easy to use.

Added: NKS support for over 40 additional plugins. Improved: Loading time of several plugins. Improved: Smoother plugin controls movement with the mouse. Improved: Responsiveness of moving controls with the mouse wheel on Windows. Improved: Plugins with skins will open with the last used skin. Fixed: Cubase 10 freeze during launch when Waves plugins have no licenses.

Fixed: Sample based instruments crash Logic Pro when changing the sample rate after freezing a track. Fixed: Waves instrument applications crash when trying to open them without a license.

Fixed: Master Bypass is missing from the Pro Tools automation window. Fixed: Removed the bypass button for all Waves instruments in Pro Tools. Fixed: Multi-selecting all Threshold controls in C4 and C6 is not possible. Fixed: Selected wavetable is not indicated correctly in Codex. Fixed: H-Reverb X-Time control movement is inverted in reverse mode.

Fixed: Nx head tracker application wrongly reopens after removing the Nx plugin. Fixed: OneKnob Driver wrong delay compensation. Fixed: OneKnob Driver stereo component flips the audio signal’s phase. Fixed: Scheps Omni Channel automation and solo functionality issues. Fixed: PuigChild compressor settings are not saved in sessions when inserted into Scheps Omni Channel. Fixed: Waves Tune preset loading issues.

Waves Central July 10th, New release — Abbey Road Studio 3, now available as a single plugin. Fixed: Bug that caused several Waves plugins e. Fixed: Bug which caused long plugin scan and loading times on computers not connected to the internet, including longer session load times for MultiRack, SoundGrid Rack for Venue, and eMotion LV1.

February 27th, eMotion LV1 V Fixed: Bugs related to device sharing. Added: Test Redundancy feature to ensure that redundant servers can handle the session load. Waves Central can be used when console is connected to the Internet. Fixed: Legacy sessions load with some plugins not mapped to encoders. Fixed: Corrupted C6 values when changing snapshots. Fixed: Session crash with Scheps Omni Channel.

Fixed: InPhase causing system crashes. Fixed: IR1 possible crash on Pro Tools. Fixed: Scheps Omni Channel meters do not indicate values over 0db. Fixed: Saphira problem moving Warmth EQ band 2 via the graph. Various other fixes and stability improvements. December 5th, Firmware update for all SoundGrid servers v9.

November 8th, eMotion LV1 v Added: F6 global control mapping to Avid S3. Fixed: F6 RTA default setting load. Fixed: Duplicating a mono-to-stereo track with PS22 in Cubase results in a very loud noise. Fixed: Scheps Omni Channel long initial loading time, and several other bugs. Fixed: Smack Attack graphic issues. Fixed: Waves Tune horizontal scroll shortcut on Windows. The 3 rd gen Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 is not just a dolled-up version of the previous line. There are tangible improvements in dynamic range, max input level, and gain range.

Ah, did I mention that the 3 rd offers a mono and stereo summing control-switch and Air Button? I think the Mackie Onyx edges out the 2i2 in this regard more on that later.

It adds heaps of value to an already reasonably-priced and pleasingly low latency audio interface. The 3 rd gen improvements have made a good thing better. If you’re in need of a low cost, zero latency USB interface capable of recording mics, guitars and keys, this is a great choice. If you are privy to the mixing console grapevine, you might have heard a good deal of praise of Mackie and Onyx preamps. Mackie has now taken a swing at the small-sized desktop interfaces with their Onyx Artist and Producer models.

It connects over USB 2. The audio quality and features are excellent if you need an inexpensive low latency audio interface for recording instruments and voice. The potentiometers are built to last, the all-metal casing is rugged, and the sleek black styling has an industrial appeal to it. This is a serious zero-lag home recording solution that offers professional standard preamps for supreme audio quality. After having conquered the world of large mixing boards, SSL enters the digital production fray with a long-awaited and highly talked about desktop interface.

Verdict : We can only be thankful to Audiotronix for giving home studio owners a shot at the SSL heritage. It retains the SSL pedigree with well-thought-out features, high-quality performance at a competitive price.

With bit recording, and an up to Hz sample rate, it offers pristine audio. They boast of an ultra-low roundtrip latency of 3ms, which is effectively zero latency. VST fx and instrument freebies contain some high-end choices for your production projects. Verdict : The PreSonus Studio 24c is worthy of any home studio or desktop-format music production rig.

Ultra high speed USB-C connectivity ensures no latency, and the simple layout makes this dual input USB interface incredibly simple to operate. The interface looks and feels premium, with ample heft when you hold it and a sturdy all-metal chassis. Guitar players will cherish the JFET instrument inputs that replicate classic valve amps.

The preamps sound very clean with a hint of analog warmth. There are also improvements in output quality and recording capabilities. Thank you, Ableton. That is truly musician-friendly. Furthermore, with any new major update, Ableton resets trials.

I was able to obtain another trial by installing Ableton 11, after I used the Ableton 10 trial version. So if you have only ever tried Ableton Live 10 or below, you should be able to start another trial now.

Just head to the Ableton download page and install it. You won’t need the latest computer or operating system. The system requirements are:. You can buy Ableton Live in Education versions directly from Ableton. Or you can save even more by buying from an authorised retailer.

We compared the biggest music retailer’s websites based on Google Search, who are authorised Ableton retailers, and offer the Education versions. Both sold Ableton Live Education at the same lower prices than Ableton and all other retailers I checked. In all seriousness, Ableton prices can change, of course. So it’s always worth checking before you spend your hard earned money. We pulled out all the details for you, to explain who can buy Ableton Live in the Education version.

The small print is boring, but it matters. Did you know that teachers and parents of students can also buy Ableton Live Education? How do you transfer Ableton Live licenses? First of all, check the seller’s credentials before you part with your money, and ensure the buyer pays for the license transfer fee, which is essential for the legitimate transfer via their Ableton account, as described above. This includes used music software.

You should find Ableton Live licenses on auction, including license transfers from the existing owner. You need to take some precautions, such as checking out the listing detailed description, the buyer’s feedback, confirming with the seller they own the full version not an update version or not-for-resale version , and that the seller follows the official Ableton license transfer to your account.

Bear in mind, the eBay Money Back Guarantee could provide some redress if the deal turns sour. You could also try out knobcloud , a website that facilitates the buying and selling of plugin and DAW licenses. It is a marketplace where sellers can list their licenses for sale, and buyers can purchase them using PayPal. That means the vigilance I advised above still applies. I have not used knobcloud myself but it looks like an interesting concept, saving some effort to trawl through forums.

Ableton Live is rarely on sale. We compared the biggest music retailer’s websites, based on Google Search, who are authorised Ableton retailers. Most people start with the mid-range Standard edition. You can always upgrade later to Suite. We recommend you compare the features carefully during a free trial , and first buy the cheapest edition you can live with.

We have more detailed research in our Ableton Sales guide , or you might want to read our Black Friday sale predictions.



How To Get Ableton Live & Ableton Lite 11 Free & Legally

Upgrade to Live 11 Standard or Suite from Live Lite and Live Intro for a great price and get more sounds, more effects, more instruments, and more ways than. Live 11 Lite is a lightweight version of Ableton Live 11 – with all the essential workflows, instruments and effects – that’s included with a number of apps.


Ableton live 9 suite vs lite free

Upgrade to Live 11 Standard or Suite from Live Lite and Live Intro for a great price and get more sounds, more effects, more instruments, and more ways than. Live 11 Lite is a lightweight version of Ableton Live 11 – with all the essential workflows, instruments and effects – that’s included with a number of apps.


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