Year / Date of Release : 08/16/2021
Version : 11.06
Developer : Ableton Developer
site : ableton
Bit depth : 64bit
Interface language : Multilingual (no Russian)
Tablet : present
System requirements : Windows 10 (Build 1909 and later)
Intel® Core ™ i5 processor or an AMD multi-core processor.
8 GB RAM
1366×768 display resolution
ASIO compatible audio hardware for Link support (also recommended for optimal audio performance)
Microsoft Visual C ++ 2019 x86 x64
Size: 2.65 GB
Description: Ableton Live Suite is a revolutionary music production solution. 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)
Ableton Live 10 Suite Benefits :
Make your music your way
Everything you need to get creative is included
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.
Fixed an issue where the Session frame of the ATOM control surface script was visible even when the hardware was not connected.