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Latest revision as of 12:12, 7 April 2013

Ableton Live

Fully featured MIDI sequencer
Developer(s) Ableton Team
Release information
Initial release {{{released}}}
Stable release 9.0.2
Preview release
Compatibility
Operating system Windows, Mac OS/X, Linux/BSD (Wine Emulation)
Additional information
Use MIDI Sequencing
License Propreitary
Website http://www.ableton.com/

Introduction[edit]

Ableton Live is a commercial music sequencer designed to be an instrument and a live performance tool for composing and arranging. Live was rewritten in C++ from a design in MAX/MSP a graphical editing enviroment and released under a commercial license in 2001. It is popular amongst the electronic music community circles and with DJ's.

Features[edit]

Instruments[edit]

DSP Effects[edit]

Ableton Live uses a post-processing rig designed with extensive Digital Signal Processing effects. The layout is designed so that electronic musicians and DJ's can drag and drop effects on the fly during a live performance, making it easy to manipulate samples and other elements.

  • Audio Filter
  • Auto Pan
  • Beat Repeat
  • Chorus
  • Compressor I
  • Compressor II
  • Dynamic Tube
  • EQ Three (Band)
  • EQ Eight (Band)
  • Erosion
  • Filter Delay
  • Flanger
  • Gate
  • Grain Delay
  • Phaser
  • Ping Pong Delay
  • Saturator
  • Simple Delay
  • Redux (Quantizer)
  • Resonators
  • Reverb
  • Utility

including MIDI only effects, arpeggiator, chord, scale, velocity, etc.

Resources[edit]

  • Ableton Live forum an unofficial forum dedicated to tutorials and topics in reguard to using Ableton Live.

External links[edit]