Ableton Live is widely used for DJing, live performances, sound installations, and, in general, for almost any musical activity in the studio or on stage. It has caused a revolution in the world of music software, turning computers into real musical instruments with the ability to play them without appreciable damage to performance, unlike many audio editing software
In Ableton, you will find many different functions, including multi-track audio and MIDI recording, nonlinear editing, quantization, pitch change, track freezing, audio signal delay compensation and others. All these features have been added to Live during its long development path. They have always been closely linked to addressing the main current needs of DJs and musicians.
Ableton Live Features:
MIDI and Key Mapping
You select the mapping button, click whatever parameter you want to map, and press a key or send a MIDI message. IThis allows you to make virtually any parameter in Live accessible from a MIDI controller, or create custom key commands quickly.
Max for Live
Max is an infinitely flexible place to create interactive media software. Max for Live is basically a form of Max that runs inside Live, either as an instrument, MIDI effect, or audio effect, and also allows you to utilize the Live API to control Live.
Idea is that Live has 3 different algorithms: Drum, Melody, and Harmony. Using these, you can convert audio files into MIDI files to edit, change sounds.
Racks are one of Live’s signature features. The best way to describe a rack in Ableton is to imagine a chain of a synthesizer, EQ, delay, reverb, and a flanger. Now take all of those and group them into one device. We can still go in and change whatever settings we want, or add/remove effects, but we now have them all wrapped up into one nice little package, with 8 knobs.
||Windows: Windows 7 (SP1),
Windows 8 or Windows 10 (64-bit)
Apple: OS X 10.11.6 or later
||Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor (Intel® Core™ i5 processor or faster recommended)
||3 GB free disk space
||Optimally standard screen resolution no less than 1024 x 768 pixels.
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