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Emit — This visual granular synthesizer uses particles shooting across a spectrogram to show the grain of a sample being played, while vertical movements represent filtering and panning. Tree Tone — Grow different fractal patterns inspired by plants, then use them as resonators for internally generated noise or incoming audio.
Bouncy Notes — Bounce balls up and down a piano roll to create pitch shifting delay effects or arpeggiation with this gravity-based MIDI sequencer. A producer and drummer duo show tempo following and Macro improvements in action. Live listens to and adjusts its tempo based on incoming audio in real time, making it a dynamic part of the band instead of the tempo source that everyone has to follow. Store the state of your Macros for later recall — perfect for creating instant variations to your sounds or builds and drops during performance.
Configure your Racks to have between 1 and 16 Macros. Randomize the state of your Macros with the randomization button. Map this control to MIDI and perform drastic changes in real time to surprise your audience and yourself. Set the probability that a note or drum hit will occur and let Live generate surprising variations to your patterns that change over time.
Define ranges for velocity probability for subtle, humanized variations in the dynamics of your patterns. Follow Actions can now be linked to the clip length, making it faster to create interesting sequences of clips. Scene Follow Actions let you create evolving arrangements. You can also set Follow Actions to jump to specific clips and enable and disable Follow Actions globally.
Upright Piano infuses your productions with the natural warmth of an upright piano. Feature a rich blend of trumpet, flugelhorn, tenor horn and trombone in your music. From delicate pizzicato droplets to full, vibrant layers, get the authentic timbres and textures of a string quartet.
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. Voice Box invites you to get inventive with vocals.
This Pack features a comprehensive collection of contemporary vocal samples from multiple voices, a set of playable vocal instruments, and Effect Racks designed for vocal processing.
Set the scene with 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. Drone Lab is a place of sustain. Weave complex, evolving threads through your productions with tonal and textural samples, generative noise, multisampled instruments, plus devices and Effect Racks designed for experimentation. See all new features in Live Get all the features of Live 11 Suite free for 90 days.
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Explore the features in Live Create your perfect take. Take recording and comping Live organizes multiple passes of an audio or MIDI performance into individual takes.
Shaper Now in Live 11 Standard A flexible envelope modulation device for creating custom modulation shapes. Shifter Updated for Live Spectrum Realtime analysis and visualization of incoming audio. Vinyl Distortion Emulates the noise and distortion of vinyl records.
Amp Emulates the sound and character of seven classic guitar amplifiers. Cabinet Emulates the sound and character of five classic guitar cabinets. Color Limiter Another flavor of limiting inspired by the gritty sounds achievable with hardware limiters. The Saturation and Color parameters are the key to its characterful sound. Convolution Reverb Capture the characteristic reverb of real physical spaces with advanced sound shaping. Corpus Updated for Live 11 Simulates the acoustic characteristics of seven types of resonant objects.
CV Envelope Follower Use the envelope of any audio material to control device parameters. CV Shaper A flexible and envelope modulation device for creating custom modulation shapes. CV Utility Merge multiple modulation signals to generate new shapes. Echo The sound of classic analog and digital hardware delays in a single device.
Gated Delay A delay with a gate sequencer that sends the incoming signal to a delay line on activated steps. Much like a send effect that is turned on and off in a defined rhythm.
Hybrid Reverb New in Live 11 Combines convolution and algorithmic reverbs. Place your sounds in any space, from accurate real-life environments to those that defy physical reality. Pedal Brings the analog character of overdrive, distortion and fuzz stompbox effects. Pitch Hack A single delay line with transposition control, as well as the ability to reverse audio, randomize the transposition interval and fold the delayed signal back into itself.
PitchLoop89 New in Live 11 Create jittery glitch effects, delayed digital shimmers and outlandish vibrato with this Max for Live pitch shifting device created in collaboration with Robert Henke. Re-Enveloper A multiband envelope processor that divides the signal into three adjustable frequency bands. Attack and Release knobs control the responsiveness of the effect. Spectral Blur Creates sounds and textures best described as reverb-like.
A user-defined frequency range of a signal is blurred to create a dense, cloud of sound. Spectral Resonator New in Live 11 A sound mangling device that can make anything passing through it sound completely unlike the source material. Use the MIDI sidechain input to process material in key with its surrounding musical elements — like playing an effect as if it were an instrument.
Spectral Time New in Live 11 Re-synthesize your sounds and feed them into a network of filters, dynamics, reverb and delay, to add metallic echoes, pitch shifting and space to any sound source. Freeze the sound to capture and hold a slice of the audio and alter its characteristics in real time. Surround Panner Multichannel Panning device for surround mixing with multi-channel speaker setups.
Arpeggiator Takes individual notes from a held chord and plays them as a rhythmical pattern. Rotating Rhythm Generator Create organic rhythms and experiment with modular style beat generation. Melodic Steps A fast and intuitive MIDI sequencer for evolving melodies with an interface designed to encourage experimentation and new discoveries through play. Unique Session View for quick, intuitive composition, flexible performance and improvisation.
Nondestructive editing with unlimited undo. Powerful MIDI sequencing of software and hardware instruments. Advanced warping and real-time time-stretching. Group tracks Use multiple levels of groups to mix with greater flexibility and manage detailed arrangements more easily.
Comping New in Live 11 Record multiple takes of a performance, then combine the best ones. Linked-track editing New in Live 11 Link two or more tracks to edit their content simultaneously.
Multiple automation lanes. MIDI Polyphonic Expression New in Live 11 Add bends, slides and pressure for each individual note in a chord, add subtle expression variations, morph between chords and create evolving sonic textures more easily. Tempo Following New in Live 11 Live listens to and adjusts its tempo based on incoming audio in real time, making it a dynamic part of the band instead of the tempo source that everyone has to follow.
Note Chance New in Live 11 Set the probability that a note or drum hit will occur and let Live generate surprising variations to your patterns that change over time. Velocity Chance New in Live 11 Define ranges for velocity probability for subtle, humanized variations in the dynamics of your patterns.
Automatic plug-in delay compensation. MIDI remote control instant mapping. MIDI output to hardware synths. Ableton Link A technology that keeps instances of Live and a growing collection of iOS apps in time over a wireless network. Instrument Racks Updated for Live 11 Combine multiple instruments and effects into a single device, allowing for split and layered sounds with customized Macro controls.
Scenes Updated for Live Audio inputs Mono audio input channels. Audio outputs Mono audio output channels. Complex warp modes Advanced algorithms for stretching audio, ideal for working with mixed audio or full tracks. Audio-slicing Slice audio to a Drum Rack or Sampler instance.
Max for Live Powers a range of instruments and devices in Live Suite, and lets you customize or build your own devices, change the way Live works, and connect Live with the world around it.
POW-r dithering Mastering quality dithering modes for downsampling audio. Play Analog Emulates the unique character of vintage analog synthesizers. Play Collision Updated for Live 11 Physical modeling instrument for authentic mallet percussion sounds and creative percussion. Play Electric Updated for Live 11 The sounds of classic electric pianos. Play Operator A versatile synthesizer combining frequency modulation and subtractive synthesis.
Play Tension Updated for Live 11 Physical modeling string synthesizer. Play Chop and Swing Updated for Live 11 A homage to the style that made sampling an art form and put a new kind of groove on the musical map. Play Drum Essentials Drum Essentials is a collection of handpicked sounds selected to cover a wide range of styles.
Play 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.
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 The “Komplete Kontrol A” remote script will now be auto-selected on Windows even when the port name is prepended with a number.
A crash might occur when undoing inserting e. File Handling In the File Manager, an Arrangement clip would be displayed multiple times under the same reference file. When video output failed to render, a pop-up would appear with the message “Do you want to delete the rendered audio? Live could crash when using the Manage User Library feature, under certain circumstances.
On Windows, if Live fails to overwrite a file during rendering, it will no longer crash. Instead, it will use a different file name.
Instead, the “Export” button is now grayed out. Fixed a crash that occurred when decoding an Ogg Vorbis file with more than two channels. Now, instead of crashing, Live will decode the first two channels as stereo, and ignore the other channels.
The File Manager could fail to display anything after exiting the Manage Project tab without saving. Interface Improvements Users of Apple’s Magic Mouse would struggle to delete automation events with a single click.
Added a minor UI fix for misaligned controls in plug-in racks in the Device View. Fixed truncated text in Wavetable’s Modulation Matrix. Fixed misaligned text at high zoom levels.
On dial controls, the gap now appears where the needle is, instead of the current value point. In addition, a crash would occur when deleting a modulation envelope that was initially visible after loading a Live Set. This applies to shown and hidden VST windows. If multiple VST windows are being opened on a non-primary screen, they will be positioned in a cascaded way instead of in a seemingly random fashion.
This matches the behavior on the primary screen. The distance of cascaded VST windows’ title bars is increased so that the whole title bar is visible. Fixed a bug which caused text to bleed from the browser into the Info View, as well as other similar glitches, when using the Zoom Display feature.
Fixed truncated text in the Saturator and Resonators devices. On macOS, the color of modifier icons and text in context menus now match.
Under certain conditions, zooming on certain audio waveforms would cause the Arrangement View to jump around. Fixed a bug where the Arpeggiator device would play notes at half the set rate, when its Gate parameter was set to by entering the value with the keyboard. Live could crash when loading certain Wavetable presets. ReWire Updated ReWire libraries to version 1. This fixes a problem where starting Live on macOS Fixed a crash that occurred after closing the error dialog informing about an unusable ASIO driver clock signal.
On Windows, Live would sometimes crash while shutting down. Fixed a bug which caused Live to trigger security warnings on macOS Mojave version Fixes a bug which prevented Live from being completely bit compliant. Edit commands for cutting, duplicating and deleting time work regardless of the current Arrangement content selection. These commands are also available if a selection exists exclusively in an automation lane. Added a “Create Fades” command to the context menu of Arrangement tracks.
Automation Added a “Create Fades” command to the context menu of Arrangement tracks. It is now possible to create and reset fades when clip content is selected in Automation Mode. Added “Clear Envelope” to the automation lane context menu and “Clear All Envelopes” to the Arrangement track header context menu. The horizontal movement of automation breakpoints creates horizontal gaps when dragging clips or nudging content or automation within a time selection.
Introduced the “Snap Automation to Grid” menu option. When enabled, automation breakpoints and segments snap to the global grid. When “Snap Automation to Grid” is disabled, the grid snapping modifier works intuitively, and a light blue vertical line indicates when the dragged breakpoint snaps to the next or previous gridline or breakpoint. Browser Color labels are now stored in the same file system folder as the files they are attached to, which makes it easier to manage browser items and their assigned colors across different Live installations.
Interface Improvements Font rendering is now more crisp at all zoom levels. Improved the speed at which the Live interface updates. Introduced the Ableton Sans Small font, which is more readable at small sizes. This change generally increases readability of all text in Live. On Windows, Live uses the keyboard’s repeat settings to determine the scroll speed of scroll bars. Increased the contrast of the spectrum in EQ Eight across all Themes.
Improved Wavetable’s performance when playing simple sounds e. Added Groove Pool info text translations. Added and updated translations for various Help View lessons. Updated built-in lessons in the Help View. Creating fades on multiple tracks would result in one undo step per fade instead of a single undo step. Zooming by scrolling now works independently from the scroll direction set in the System Preferences macOS only.
Live no longer enforces a minimum length when resizing Arrangement clips. Additionally, fixed the following bugs which occurred when freezing a track containing muted clips: The frozen track would be silent in the area of the frozen clips, even if something should have been audible there.
Freeze tail clips could overlap with the muted clips. The message “Warp Marker segment BPM limit reached” would sometimes appear in the status bar when stretching Arrangement clips, even though the limit had not been reached.
Previously, erratic scrolling would occur when there was only one Warp Marker set after “0” beat time. Also, jittering would occur when dragging and holding a Warp Marker while the grid was disabled. Autoscrolling will now always occur when dragging the loop marker to the right or the left outside the Arrangement.
Parameters that have no effect on the current Warp Mode are now correctly displayed as disabled in the Clip Envelope Control chooser.
Before, it was only applied when either the fade-in end time or the fade-out start time were within the current time selection. Automation Deleting a breakpoint by clicking on it would accidentally move the breakpoint instead, when using a graphics tablet. The content selection of automation lanes is now restored after undo and redo operations. Until now, only the content selection of the content lane was restored.
Breakpoints can no longer be moved into negative time. Fixed some issues with VST and AU plug-in parameters, particularly where unconfigured parameters were heavily adjusted within the plug-in. Previously, fade handles could be edited using the mouse or keyboard, even after switching to Automation Mode, where the fade handles were not visible. Browser The Live browser would fail to see files from OneDrive folders. When installing factory packs the contained “Ableton Folder Info” folder would not be hidden until the next startup.
Fixed a crash that occurred when. Control Surfaces Fixed a crash that occurred when deleting a track while changing a parameter of that track via MIDI mapping. File Handling Fixed a bug where Live would incorrectly use a previous freeze sample instead of producing a new freeze sample after changing a device parameter. Fixed a bug which prevented AU presets from recalling parameters correctly.
Fixed a crash that might occur when trying to recover from a crash. Fixed a crash that occurred when closing Live while listed samples were selected in the File Manager. Interface Improvements Live could crash when displaying a modal plug-in dialog. Previously when clicking the drop area of the Arrangement, the track highlight would either move back to where the time selection was last, or not move at all.
On Windows 10 with HiDPI enabled, the menu bar now works as expected if the main and second window are on screens with differing pixel densities. Waveform drawing would not work properly at certain zoom levels. On Windows, Live no longer crashes if the file dialog is shown for a long time. Live would freeze at startup when running on monitors with refresh rates above 60 Hz. Previously, “Show Modulation” would appear in the context menu of an Envelope Editor, if a Max for Live parameter with no modulation was selected in the Clip Envelope Control chooser.
In German, the text of the Export and Cancel buttons no longer overflows in the Render dialog. In the browser, the search field now has the right text color in the Dark theme. In the Groove Pool, the drop message is no longer split onto two lines. In other places, text that appeared blurry in some buttons is now crisp again. On Windows, if you clicked a separator, the cursor would erroneously change back to a pointing cursor.
On Windows, if using a screen with a refresh rate above 60 Hz, Live’s UI would not draw smoothly and potentially lock up when loading certain plug-ins. Under certain circumstances, a Live Set could become corrupt due to an invalid Group Track structure.
On Windows, Live could crash while launching in cases where it failed to position itself on the screen. The playhead was no longer shown in the browser’s Preview Tab. Added further improvements to the UI performance on Windows in cases where Live runs on monitors with a high refresh rate.
Max for Live Live could crash when loading a Set, if a Max for Live device was mapped to a macro control. Frequency, Gain and Q are automated or modulated. Adjusting Wavetable’s envelope slopes could cause the audio engine to become silent under certain conditions. Live could crash when duplicating a track containing a Wavetable instance. Setup Fixed a bug which affected the way invalid denominator values in time signature changes were corrected once the “Enter” key was pressed.
Previously, tracks created in Map Mode were not mappable. Live would not support ASIO interfaces with a single mono input channel. Update various info text translations. Changes for Push It is now possible to fine-tune Wavetable oscillators on Push 1.
Improved the performance of Push 2’s display process. With some graphics cards running on Windows, the Push 2 display process might frequently run into crashes with certain GPUs. The copied automation will always land in the correct lane.
Automation When nudging a time selection in an automation lane, the automation outside the selection remains unchanged. Enabled vertical auto-scrolling when dragging an automation lane.
Additional automation lanes are now unfolded by default. Improved the horizontal movement of a range of automation segments. Ramps are no longer created when a time selected range of automation is moved by nudging or dragging horizontally and is still partially within the original time range. Fades no longer snap to the Arrangement View grid. When connected, the Novation Launchpad S and Launchpad Mini control surfaces are now automatically selected in the Preferences.
Interface Improvements Improved Live’s perfomance when resizing audio clips in the Arrangement. Added a gap between the handle and the track of the scrollbar in the Arrangement and Session View. Sharpened the appearance of the triangle that appears above bipolar knobs. Adjusted spacing between devices and meters in device chains. Adjusted the color of the Arrangement Overview frame to increase visibility in dark Themes. Changed the color of Drum Rack label to increase visibility in the Dark Theme.
Adjusted the spacing below Session View’s horizontal scrollbar so that it is centered. Adjusted the selection frame in device groups and corrected inconsistencies in the look and behaviour of the Sampler device.
A track created by dropping a single clip into the Session or Arrangement View’s Drop Area now inherits the clip color instead of the source track color. When dropping several clips at the same time, the new track still inherits the source track color, as before. Improved the playhead smoothness on Windows.
Fixed permissions issues on macOS for non-Admin accounts. Updated documentation for the Live Object Model. Multi-core rendering in Live is now supported if a Set contains Max for Live devices. Previously, there was a possibility that all MIDI notes in a key could disappear when stretched to an extremely small size e. This has now changed, and further stretching is not possible once notes reach a very small size.
New Devices and Device Improvements Filter curve visualisations in Wavetable are updated in real time in cases where e. Setup On Windows, Live now cleanly shuts down when a user logs out, shuts the computer down or reboots it.
It also displays a message explaining why it is preventing the computer shutting down, giving the user 30 seconds to abort shutting down and save the Set. Updated various info texts. Wavetable In Wavetable’s Mod Matrix, the left column containing target names now features bars that indicate the unmodulated and modulated value of the respective parameter. Additive modulation is indicated by a bipolar bar starting from the unmodulated value, while multiplicative modulation is indicated by a unipolar bar starting from the left.
When Live’s transport is started or if there is a jump in beat time, Echo and Wavetable LFOs now update their phase if they are beat-synced.
Previously, start and end markers for unwarped audio clips were erroneously quantized to the grid. Creating a warp marker could trigger scrolling of the selected clip under certain circumstances.
Previously it was not possible to adjust the loop start position in unwarped audio clips without quantization. A crash would occur when editing the crossfade between two very short clips. Fixed a crash when removing a device that showed a parameter in an additional automation lane while the mouse is hovering over the parameter’s automation.
The “Select Track Content” context menu command would not work on multiple selected tracks. Automation Previously, when copying an Arrangement clip with existing automation to another track, automation would not be copied even if the target track and source track contained identical devices. Also, if a track is created by dragging a clip into the Arrangement drop area, all automation is now copied over and set to the the correct time. Copying and pasting automation might lead to unexpected results, if the copied selection extended across multiple tracks.
When pressing the Option Alt key and clicking on a track’s Unfold Track button, the position of that track does not change. Live could crash on Windows when clicking on a breakpoint while holding the grid modifier. Positioning fade handles with arrow keys was not working correctly. Browser AU plug-in default presets. Files from the “Current Project” label might fail to appear in the browser under certain circumstances. File types unsupported in certain editions and when run as a ReWire slave e.
M4A audio files would not show up in Live’s browser anymore. Control Surfaces Added bank definitions to Wavetable for third-party control surfaces. File Handling Previously it was not possible to delete files or directories with names containing slashes.
Previously, toggling Automation Mode would create an Undo step. Plug-ins and Sets that are saved in directory junctions on Windows work again. Live would crash when launching the program by double-clicking a Live Set, in cases where the Live Set was corrupted. Fixed a problem which might prevent AU presets from recalling correctly.
Live’s window contents no longer briefly flicker after changes to a hardware display setup. Depending on the language used in Live, the progress of the crash recovery wasn’t visible on the splash screen because the text was clipped. Improved the drag and drop handling on HiDPI screens. Previously, dragging a file from Explorer into Live would show the file at the wrong position in Live Windows only. Fixed a bug which caused text to overflow on top of the frame containing the browser’s search field.
Fixed a bug which caused clips to be incorrectly colored when readded to a Live Set, if an. Fixed a bug where sequences of visually short borderless notes would be nearly invisible if crowded into overlapping pixel areas. Fixed a minor visual issue affecting corners in grouped devices.
Fixed a minor inconsistency in the height of notes in Arrangement clips and clip previews. Upon loading a Live Set, the clip envelope parameter selection would not be restored in the Detail View. When double-clicking and dragging a slider control, the mouse cursor would not be hidden as expected, if Pen Tablet Mode was disabled.
Meters in Live’s mixer would appear as stuck when loading a Set. Improved UI performance on Windows when resizing Arrangement clips. Fixed a bug which incorrectly applied bold formatting to chunks of text in the Help View. If HiDPI was enabled on a Windows 10 machine, the preview of a dragged object either dragged within Live or into Live would appear offset.
If multiple audio clips were selected, changing a selection in the Detail View would create a wrong time selection in the Arrangement. Removed inconsistent extra spacing from the context menu entry “Add Lane for Each Automated Envelope” in automation lane headers.
Previously, some radio buttons in certain devices displayed unreadable text. On Windows, dropping files from Addictive Drums 2 into Live works again. When renaming Arrangement clips, the wrong mouse cursor would be displayed, making it difficult to insert the cursor at the desired position. The grayed out text “Open Groove Pool On Windows, if a plug-in showed a modal dialog, the main window could not be closed while that dialog was being shown.
Horizontal sliders are now black instead of white in the Dark Theme this is particularly noticeable for plug-in device parameters in the Detail View. Restored Hints functionality. Live could crash when deleting a Max for Live device which had a fullscreen window. Live’s main window can no longer obscure all other windows when using Max for Live devices. The Max patcher window is now correctly sized on Windows. Text in message boxes would sometimes appear cut off.
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Check out our info for developers. Included Included Included Linked-track editing New in Live 11 Link two or more tracks to edit their content simultaneously. Excluded Included Included Multiple automation lanes Included Included Included MIDI Polyphonic Expression New in Live 11 Add bends, slides and pressure for each individual note in a chord, add subtle expression variations, morph between chords and create evolving sonic textures more easily.
Included Included Included Tempo Following New in Live 11 Live listens to and adjusts its tempo based on incoming audio in real time, making it a dynamic part of the band instead of the tempo source that everyone has to follow. Included Included Included Note Chance New in Live 11 Set the probability that a note or drum hit will occur and let Live generate surprising variations to your patterns that change over time. Included Included Included Velocity Chance New in Live 11 Define ranges for velocity probability for subtle, humanized variations in the dynamics of your patterns.
Excluded Included Included Max for Live Powers a range of instruments and devices in Live Suite, and lets you customize or build your own devices, change the way Live works, and connect Live with the world around it.
Included Included Included. Software Instruments Intro Standard Suite. Drum Rack Updated for Live 11 An instrument for layering samples, synths and effects in a classic pad grid. Impulse A drum sampler with complex modulation capabilities. Instrument Rack Updated for Live 11 Combine multiple instruments and effects into a single device, allowing for split and layered sounds with customized Macro controls. Simpler An easy-to-use but powerful sampler with classic synthesis parameters.
DrumSynths Now in Live 11 Standard Updated for Live 11 8 devices to create unique drum and percussion sounds using synthesis. External Instrument A tool for integrating your external hardware synthesizers into your Live Sets with the ease and flexibility of plug-ins. Analog Emulates the unique character of vintage analog synthesizers. Bass A monophonic virtual analog synthesizer that provides the entire palette of bass sounds in one device — from classically deep and clean to heavily distorted, rumbling tones.
Collision Updated for Live 11 Physical modeling instrument for authentic mallet percussion sounds and creative percussion. CV Instrument Sequence and play your modular. CV Triggers Trigger drums and events.
Electric Updated for Live 11 The sounds of classic electric pianos. Operator A versatile synthesizer combining frequency modulation and subtractive synthesis. Poli A virtual analog synth designed for classic polyphonic chords and phrases. Its vintage character comes from de-tunable oscillators, a powerful modulation section and built-in chorus. Sampler Updated for Live 11 Sampling instrument with multisample playback and import as well as profound sound design options.
Tension Updated for Live 11 Physical modeling string synthesizer. Wavetable Updated for Live 11 Immediately playable, infinitely capable, Wavetable is a new synthesizer built by Ableton. Stretch, morph and shape a wide range of waveforms into a rich and vast sound palette. Packs Intro Standard Suite Play. Chop and Swing Updated for Live 11 A homage to the style that made sampling an art form and put a new kind of groove on the musical map. Chop and Swing comes loaded with curated recordings and professional presets perfect for cutting up and re-combining into fresh new tracks.
Drum Essentials 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. 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.
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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. Delay A simple delay with Ping pong behavior, filter modulation and the ability to infinitely repeat the input signal. Gate Dynamics processing for noise reduction and decay or reverb shaping. Grain Delay Granular delay with controlled or randomized pitch. Limiter Sets an absolute output limit, suitable for mastering.
Looper Records, loops and overdubs audio, based on classic hardware looping pedals. Phaser-Flanger Updated for Live 11 Phaser-Flanger has a new, lusher sound with increased frequency and modulation ranges. Redux Updated for Live 11 Redux adds a wider range of sounds from vintage digital gear including harsh distortion, digital and aliasing artifacts, as well as warm and saturated 8-bit textures.
Reverb Simulates the acoustics of real or imaginary rooms. Saturator Waveshaping distortion for adding dirt, punch and warmth. Tuner Tuner shows the incoming pitch and its distance from the nearest semitone, helping you quickly get instruments in tune. Utility Multipurpose tool for adjusting gain, phase, stereo width and more. Align Delay New in Live Useful for compensating for lag in sending audio, command messages, or other signals out of the digital realm.
Drum Buss A one-stop workstation for drums, capable of adding warmth, distortion, drive, compression, transient shaping, plus a dedicated low end section. Dynamic Tube Tube saturation for added harmonics and warmth.
Envelope Follower Now in Live 11 Standard Use the envelope of any audio material to control device parameters. EQ Eight Eight parametric filters with a variety of controls for shaping timbre.