The new iteration of Live focuses on experimentation with probability, randomisation and MPE compatibility. Comping is included in Live 11 for a more comprehensive approach to audio recording and multitracking. A host of new Devices are on the horizon too, along with useful updates to existing Devices.
Although the release is just around the corner, you can still try out the beta version of Live 11 if you’re a Live 10 Standard or Suite owner. If you join, you’ll be helping Ableton improve on future versions of Live.
If you’re thinking of taking the plunge into Ableton Live, you can currently save 20 per cent on Live 10 and get a free upgrade to Live 11. This offer expires on 23 February.
- Read more: Using Live 11 Devices
If you bought Live 10 or pre-ordered Live 11 during Ableton’s offer period, you’ll receive an email on release day showing you how to get Live 11.
New to Ableton Live? Take a look at our Ableton Live Tutorials course on YouTube, where you’ll learn the DAW from the ground up. Along with the basics, we also teach you advanced methods and creative applications of the stock plug-ins available to you.
Find out more at ableton.com.
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