Ableton – Live 10 Suite 10.1.17 [OSX]

By | September 18, 2020

 

Year of issue: 2020
Version: 10.1.17
Developer: Ableton
Developer site: ableton
Platform: Intel only
Interface language: English
Tablet: Keygen (requires Windows emulator)
System requirements: OS X 10.11.6 or later
Intel® Core ™ 2 Duo Processor (Intel® Core ™ i5 processor or faster recommended)
4 GB RAM (8 GB or more recommended)
1280×800 display resolution
Core Audio compliant audio interface recommended
Access to an internet connection for authorizing Live (for downloading additional content and updating Live, a fast internet connection is recommended)
Approximately 3 GB disk space on the system drive for the basic installation (8 GB free disk space recommended)
Up to 76 GB disk space for additionally available sound content


Description: Ableton Live Suite is a revolutionary solution for music production. It is primarily a digital audio workstation (DAW) and should be judged as such. It allows you to compose, record, remix, improvise and edit your musical ideas in an audio / MIDI environment. Ableton Live connects your acoustic, electronic and virtual instruments, as well as your digital audio recordings and MIDI sequences, together in one interface with unparalleled ease of use. What sets Ableton Live apart from the crowded market for sequencer and recorder software is its simple and innovative interface that uses 2 intuitive workflow modes. Simply put, Ableton lets you focus on what really matters: your music.
Ableton Live 10 Suite includes:
Ableton Live with a redesigned and more informative interface
13 instruments (including Wavetable, Operator, Sampler, Analog, and more)
56 effects for audio and MIDI processing (including Echo, Pedal, Beat Repeat, Amp, Vocoder, Glue and more)
Benefits of Ableton Live 10 Suite:
Make music your way
Everything you need for your creativity is included in the package
Create your own effects and instruments with Max for Live
While other DAWs on the market can seem cumbersome in comparison, Ableton Live’s interface is very intuitive to use. If you find that the complex interfaces of other DAWs are illogical and unreasonable, the simplicity and elegance of Ableton Live will definitely be at least a reason for you to give it a try, and eventually perhaps switch entirely to Ableton.

 

New version :
New features and improvements
Interface Improvements
Updated various info texts and translations in German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese and Chinese.
Control Surfaces
Added support for the Blackstar Live Logic MIDI Footcontroller
When the Launchpad Pro MK3 is in Note Mode and a Drum Rack is present, holding down Clear and pressing a pad will now delete the pitch associated with that pad from the current clip. 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.
Bugfixes
Interface Improvements
Fixed a bug that prevented HiDPI support from working on Windows 10 (version 2004).
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.
Running multiple instances of the DS HH device in a Drum Rack now works as expected.
In the Scale device, the Aeolian Mode Natural Minor Scale preset now works as expected.
Misc
Reduced GPU power usage when Live is idle on Windows.
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.
Live will now display content on remote Mac machines and macOS VMs without a monitor attached.
Previously, Live’s Preferences were reset after updating to a new version, under certain conditions.
Fixed a bug in the implementation of Steinberg :: Vst :: IAttributeList :: getString.
It is no longer possible to change parameter values ​​in a Max for Live device, if the track containing that device is frozen.


 

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