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. Play 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.
Play 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. Play 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.
Play Brass Quartet New in Live 11 Features a rich blend of trumpet, French horn, tenor saxophone and trombone in your music. Play Build and Drop Build and Drop is loaded with ecstatic leads, enveloping bass, slamming drums and a range of rises, sirens and sounds effects. Play Drive and Glow Updated for Live 11 Drive and Glow combines swirling synth textures, overdriven guitars and basses and pounding drums. Play 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.
Play Drum Booth Updated for Live 11 Drum Booth contains carefully curated samples of acoustic kits recorded in a tight, dry room. Play 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.
Play Inspired by Nature New in Live 11 Six playful instruments and effects that use natural and physical processes as their inspiration. Play 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. Play Orchestral Brass A thorough set of vivid and colorful brass instruments.
Play Orchestral Mallets The true essence of symphonic percussion instruments in pristine quality. Play Orchestral Strings A comprehensive selection of naturally rich and dynamic stringed instruments. Play Orchestral Woodwinds Features a variety of clear and vibrant wind instruments. Play Probability Pack A collection of creative sequencers that introduce probability and chance to your music.
Play 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. Play Session Drums Club A multisampled library of acoustic drums for nuanced play. Play Session Drums Studio A multisampled library of acoustic drums that reproduces the nuances of a recording session.
Play Singularities Singularities makes use of single samples and finely tuned, expressive parameters to capture the sound and feel of classic synths and samplers.
Play 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. Play 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.
Play Amp Emulates the sound and character of seven classic guitar amplifiers. Play Cabinet Emulates the sound and character of five classic guitar cabinets. Play Convolution Reverb Capture the characteristic reverb of real physical spaces with advanced sound shaping. Play Corpus Updated for Live 11 Simulates the acoustic characteristics of seven types of resonant objects. The undo text for changed clip colors has been corrected in the Edit menu. Renaming take lanes in linked tracks works as expected.
Folded clips with long fades appear as expected. Fixed an issue that caused clip fades to reset when resizing adjacent clips. E-Piano Wurli. Fixed an issue that caused auto-updates to fail on certain computers on Windows OS. Fixed an issue that caused Push to get stuck on the logo screen. Fixed a bug with the Expression Control device. Key events keep working when a selected Max for Live device becomes invisible. Mapped waveforms in the LFO device appear as expected.
Clip View When transposing an unwarped audio clip: The time ruler below the waveform will change to show the accurate amount of seconds in the waveform. Comping When choosing a take lane for recording, Live now uses the first take lane that provides enough space.
The Device Activator button can be controlled. Mixer Control: An unlimited number of Tracks can be controlled. Track Mute, Solo and Selection can be controlled. Follow Actions When transposing an unwarped audio clip, the position of the Follow Action marker will change to keep in sync with the playhead and the actual beat-time of the Follow Action.
Live now has improved performance in certain scenarios. Wavetable: When the transport is stopped, any hanging notes in the Wavetable device will now be stopped, as in other Live instruments.
Session View Making a selection or multi-selection using keyboard navigation in the Session View’s scene area now works as expected. Bugfixes Arrangement View Previously, reactivating a take lane selection when Draw Mode was enabled would create a flickering effect. Recording auto-quantization now applies to take lane clips as well as main lane clips.
Arpeggiator: Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when repeatedly adding and removing notes from a held chord when using the Arpeggiator device with the Hold parameter active. Collision: Fixed a regression that resulted in missing parameters in the Collision device.
Hybrid Reverb: Previously, Live would crash when loading a one-sample length file into the Hybrid Reverb device and adjusting the Size parameter. Interface Improvements Fixed an incorrect error message that appeared when trying to insert a non-audio device into an Audio Effect Rack. Corrected the Edit menu entry text for undoing a clip color change. Link Fixed a bug where Live would not accept tempo changes from Link peers in some cases.
Navigating with the Tab key once again works as expected when renaming scenes. Setup Previously, exporting audio might start single-threaded rendering before switching to multi-threaded rendering after a while. Improved shared Library folder setup when installing Live in multi-user environments. It is now possible to rename multiple selected tracks simultaneously.
Clip View The Sample tab’s Clip Gain control has been changed back to a vertical slider, and it has been repositioned above the Transpose controls. The Sample tab’s Reverse button now shows an icon instead of text. The Sample tab’s Reverse and Edit buttons are now positioned next to each other. Added a Pitch dial to the Sample tab, which enables shifting an audio clip’s pitch in semitones.
The Transpose controls now appear as adjacent slider controls, positioned beneath the Pitch control. When multiple audio clips with different Clip Gain values are selected, the value range is shown with split triangle handles on the Clip Gain slider.
Added some visual refinements to the Clip View tabs. Follow Actions The Follow Action Chance slider now displays a split triangle instead of just a black bar when it is showing multiple different values. Interface Updated various Help View lessons. Updated some Japanese and Chinese info text translations. The Overload Indicator is disabled by default for new Live 11 installations.
Live’s performance is improved when deselecting many clips at once. The background color of lane headers is now consistent with the Notes tab. Clicking on a lane with a standby selection now selects that lane instead of collapsing the time selection. When the Expression tab is open, using the “Zoom to Clip Selection” command or “Z” key shortcut now adjusts the zoom level according to pitch bend values contained in the time selection.
It is now possible to clear all per-note Pitch, Slide and Pressure expression envelopes of a note at once by using the “Clear All Envelopes” entry in the context menu of the per-note expression breakpoint editor. Changing the foreground clip from the Clip View updates the highlighting of the track in both the Session View and Arrangement View and the scene corresponding to the new foreground clip.
Clicking on a clip’s multi-clip loop bar in the Clip View updates the highlighted track, even if this clip is already the foreground clip. Plug-in devices now look similar to built-in Ableton devices when disabled. Note: this is only visible in the system’s CPU monitor, not in Live’s audio processing meter. When low polyphony and unison voices are set, less CPU usage should be shown. Wavetable: Added support for Drum Rack choke groups to the Wavetable device.
Updated the notification style for scenes, and updated the scene name visualization to include the absolute position, tempo and time signature on Push. Adjusting multiple encoders while recording automation now creates less undo steps on Push 1 and 2.
It is now possible to rename multiple selected scenes simultaneously. In the Session View’s Track Status display, the remaining play time of an unlooped clip now always displays the seconds with two digits e. Control Surfaces Added control surface support for the Roland Fantom.
Specifically: The Rewind and Fastforward buttons will now rewind and fastforward the Arrangement position. Turning the Encoder will now scroll the Session frame up and down. Holding the Encoder down and turning it will scroll the selected Scene up and down.
Fixed an issue where the Session frame was visible even when the hardware was not connected. Fixed a crash that could occur when restoring the Arrangement View’s zoom state using the “Z” keyboard shortcut after deleting a take lane. Fixed a crash that could occur when clicking in a track’s main lane after track content had been selected during recording, under certain circumstances. Previously, mixer controls in linked tracks would still be linked when selecting a take lane, after multiple track headers had previously been selected.
Arrangement clip headers no longer have an uneven appearance. Previously, an Arrangement clip header would not be displayed as having a standby selection when the focus was moved away. Previously, it was not possible to unlink all tracks when some tracks were nested inside a Group Track.
Fixed a crash that occurred when inserting a take lane. Previously, the Operator device could crash or calculate inaccurate frequencies when its Fixed Mode and Spread parameters were enabled. Switching between oscillator effects in the Wavetable device now changes labels within each matrix as expected. Previously in the Spectral Resonator and Spectral Time devices, gaps would sometimes appear in the Spectrogram at high frequencies.
A Max for Live device’s background color now updates correctly after moving that device between tracks. Fixed two bugs in the MPE Control device: The Pressure curve would not follow Live’s themes when the device was instantiated while using the Dark theme.
The Launch Macro Variation button can be mapped as expected again. Fixed a crash that could occur when dragging an empty frozen MIDI clip to an audio track. Fixed a crash that could occur when freezing a track after recording, under certain circumstances.
Fixed the alignment of the Launch text label that appears in the expanded view of the Clip View’s Clip box. Previously, when copying a folder with audio files to another folder which was already in Places, the files would not appear in the browser. Previously, when saving a Live Set file such as a clip or preset in the root folder of the temporary current Project, that file would not be copied over to the final destination Project.
Previously, resizing the Device View, as a result of switching to the Arrangement View, while no clip was selected would result in automation lanes having the wrong height when switching back to the Session View.
Previously, using Tempo Follower and Tap Tempo at the same time could create a conflict with Live’s tempo. To prevent this, Tempo Follower is now disabled as long as Tap Tempo is active. Previously, the waveform of an audio clip in the Detail View would be displayed in a dimmed color, although that clip was not audible while Audition Mode was enabled. Using pinch gestures to zoom once again works in expression lanes. Previously, the vertical zoom level and scroll position in the MIDI Note Editor were sometimes wrong when switching from the Expression tab to the Notes tab.
It also cannot be minimized anymore. These changes highlight that the second window is not a stand-alone window, but secondary to the main window. When switching virtual desktops, floating windows are no longer shown on the new virtual desktop.
When using virtual desktops, floating windows e. Fixed a bug that enabled performing certain actions e. Previously, the selection on an auditioned take lane would look different when Draw Mode was active. Previously, adding a device via double-clicking could create two undo steps.
Fixed a performance regression when loading a Live Set with many devices. Fixed an issue where a Rack’s selector buttons for chains and devices would swap places, under certain circumstances. Fixed various minor UI alignment and sizing issues that affected other elements within Racks. Fixed a spacing issue in Drum Racks. In all Racks, the Rand and Map buttons now always align with the right border of the Macro Controls section, and they appear as “R” and “M” when six or less Macro Controls are shown.
Fixed a bug that generated false disk overload indications, even when no sample dropouts occurred. Previously, Link would not become disabled when opening a new Set. Fixed a crash when unfolding a nested Group Track containing a selected clip. The Pitch control in the Clip View’s Sample tab once again works as expected when multiple clips are selected. The Clip Activator button once again works as expected. Previously, after selecting a Group Track header, the track highlight would sometimes immediately jump to a track within that Group Track.
Max for Live Sending a getpath message to a live. Sending a getpath message to a live. Replacing a licensed Max for Live device with an unlicensed one no longer creates a “fake” device that informs the user of a missing license. Also, it is no longer possible to inadvertently trigger Temporary Demo Mode when attempting to perform another action that breaches any current limitations, in cases where a “fake” device was created.
When enabled, the Scale aka Fold to Scale button becomes disabled instead of grayed out whenever folding to scale is not possible. Previously, when the Expression tab was visible, making a rectangular selection of a single note in the MIDI Note Editor would incorrectly set the focus to pitch bend expression editing. Fixed a bug that could cause notes to be affected by expression parameters including pitch bend from previous notes.
Previously, when the Expression tab was open and the MIDI Note Editor was folded, zooming to selected notes would sometimes scroll out of view. Session View When using a device parameter’s “Show Automation” or “Show Modulation” context menu command while a Session clip is playing, Live now switches to the Envelopes tab in the Clip View when no clip is selected. Shift-clicking on an empty track slot in the Session View no longer changes the scene and track highlighting.
Previously, the Follow Action Time marker was sometimes displayed at the wrong position in unwarped clips. Improved the text contrast in the Session View’s Track Status display for unlooped clips. Previously, when triggering a scene with assigned Follow Actions after stopping Live’s transport, that scene’s tempo was not respected. The “Stop” Follow Action now works as expected for scenes.
Setting the scene tempo or time signature from the Python API Max and Push will enable the respective scene control and display the correct value being set.
The Live manual has been updated. The name consists of the track name without the leading index number , and an index of the take number.
Upon creating a MIDI clip in the Arrangement View, the grid will start at a fixed sixteenth-note setting, as opposed to narrow-adaptive. A new “Create Crossfades On Clip Edges” command creates four-millisecond crossfades on clip edges, when either a single or multiple adjacent whole clips are selected, or when a time selection contains more than two adjacent clips. Also, when a track’s main lane is selected, only that lane’s height is affected. Multiple selected automation lanes or take lanes can be resized by dragging the resize handles with the mouse.
When holding the “ALT” modifier, all selected automation lanes or take lanes are resized simultaneously, similar to tracks. A previous lane header selection is preserved after folding and immediately unfolding tracks again or when toggling Automation Mode. When using the Zoom to Time Selection command in the Arrangement, Live now only zooms horizontally at first.
When using the command a second time without changing the time selection , Live then zooms vertically as well. Upon using the command a third time, the Arrangement returns to the first vertical zoom state. Automation Updated background and text colors for lane headers and clip backgrounds in Automation Mode.
Automation lane headers are now selectable with the mouse. Clicking on an automation lane header now highlights that lane. Clicking on a selected lane’s Remove Automation Lane “-” button now removes all selected automation lanes. Clicking on an unselected lane’s Remove Automation Lane button removes only that lane.
Browser Improvements A “Templates” label has been added to the Categories section of the browser. A “Grooves” label has been added to the Categories section of the browser. It shows a flat list, similar to that within the Clips and Samples labels, of all Grooves from the Core Library as well as the User Library.
Devices in the Audio Effects label are now grouped into folders. The nodes can be expanded to reveal presets. Presets outside of matching virtual folders are shown below the last virtual folder.
Drum Synth devices are now grouped in their own folder within the Instruments label. The Clip Gain slider has been moved below the Transpose controls, and is now a text slider control. The Transpose control now has a dial control for transposing in semitones, and a text slider control for fine-tune in cents previously named “Detune”. Removed the Clip Color chooser from the Clip box.
It is now possible to rename or change the color of a selected clip via the Clip box’s context menu. Comping Introduced comping in the Arrangement View.
Recording in the Arrangement View automatically creates a clip in a take lane. Take lane clips can be edited like other Arrangement clips e. They can also be copied to Session View clip slots by either copying and pasting or dragging and dropping. This also works when there is a selection of clips or time across multiple tracks, and when take lanes are hidden. Note: empty take lanes are ignored. Take lane headers are selectable with the mouse. Clicking on a take lane header highlights that lane.
Multiple selected take lanes can also be renamed simultaneously. Selected take lanes can be reordered within their track via dragging and dropping. Take lanes can be selected and renamed during recording. Take lane headers have a default info text. The info text of take lane headers can be edited using the Edit Info Text command from the context menu or the Edit menu. Control surface scripts that can control multiple banks of device parameters can now control the second set of eight Macro Controls i.
Follow Actions Follow Actions controls can now be shown or hidden via the triangular toggle button in the title bar of the Clip View. Follow Actions can now be assigned to scenes via the new Scene View. Clip Follow Actions will continue to run when a scene Follow Action is created or scheduled, however scene Follow Actions take precedence when triggered.
When disabled, no Follow Actions will occur in the Live Set, which allows editing running clips while preventing playback from jumping to other clips. These values can be modified using a new slider control. This marker also allows dragging the clip’s Follow Action Time. Added a new “Jump” Follow Action to clips and scenes. This switch is set to “Linked” by default. When the switch is set to “Linked”, the Follow Action is triggered at the end of the clip or after the number of loops set in the “Follow Action Multiplier” field, and the Follow Action Time marker but cannot be moved.
When the switch is set to “Unlinked”, the Follow Action is triggered after the clip has played for the duration of the Follow Action Time.
Added a “Create Follow Action Chain” command to the context menu of Session clips, making it possible to set up Follow Actions so that all selected clips play in a loop.
The clip selection does not have to be contiguous. The percentage shown on the meter indicating either the average or peak CPU level can be selected from the CPU meter dropdown menu. The Overload indicator previously named the “Disk Overload” indicator in the Control Bar has been redesigned, and will light up if a CPU overload has occurred.
Note: CPU overloads usually produce audio dropouts. Each track shows a CPU meter with six rectangles that light up to indicate the relative impact of that track on the CPU level of the current Set. Freezing or removing devices from the track with the largest impact will usually reduce the CPU load.
This palette makes clips and tracks easier to tell apart with a deuteranopia, protanopia or tritanopia color vision deficiency. On Windows, the progress of dialogs such as the Export Audio dialog is now displayed in the taskbar. Progress dialogs now show their progress value below the bar, for easier reading in all Themes. The scrollbar in the Help View now matches the colors of the scrollbar in the browser and the Groove Pool. The vertical zoom level on the piano roll is now increased when dragging horizontally on the Note Ruler.
Added an “Arm Track” command to the Edit menu. If multiple tracks are selected, the command appears as “Arm Tracks”. If the selected track is armed, the command is replaced with “Disarm Track”. It is now possible to arm selected tracks using the “C” shortcut key. The Groove Pool now opens automatically when: loading a groove file from the browser by double-clicking or pressing the Enter key adding a groove to the Groove Pool e.
Linked-track editing makes it possible to use comping workflows and other phase-locked editing operations on multiple tracks at once.
Any tracks in the Arrangement View can now be linked so that their content can be edited simultaneously. There can be multiple instances of linked tracks in a Set, however each track can only belong to one of these instances. Linked tracks are indicated by a “link” icon button in their headers. Clicking on a track’s link icon selects all tracks that are linked together.
Hovering a track’s link icon highlights tracks that are linked together. Tracks can be linked by selecting them and then choosing “Link Tracks” from the context menu. To link tracks inside a Group Track, right-click on the Group Track header and choose “Link Tracks” from the context menu. To unlink all tracks in an instance of linked tracks, right-click on the link icon button to select all tracks in that instance and open the context menu, and then choose “Unlink Track s ” from the context menu.
When unlinking tracks inside a Group Track, is it also possible to right-click on the Group Track header and choose “Unlink Track s ” from the context menu. To link an additional track to an instance of linked tracks, first click on the link icon button, to select all tracks in that instance. To remove one or more tracks from an instance of linked tracks, select the corresponding track header s and choose “Unlink Track s ” from the context menu. Any subset of linked tracks, or a mix of linked and unlinked tracks, can be linked together by selecting their track headers and clicking the “Link Tracks” command in the context menu.
The following controls and operations are synced on linked tracks: Track editing and time selection operations e. When one or more track headers are selected, pressing “Shift” and clicking on a track’s link icon will select all tracks from the originally selected track to the newly-clicked track, as well as all linked tracks belonging to the linked track’s instance.
Matching fades on linked tracks can be adjusted relative to their original values. Max for Live Improvements Updated the bundled Max build to version 8. The context menu of the controlled parameter now provides a “Go to Controlling Device” option.
A parameter that is controlled or automated by a Max for Live device will no longer incur a one-buffer delay in the signal sent by Max for Live, if the device containing the controlled parameter is positioned later than the Max for Live device in the device chain.
The sample rate of a Sample loaded in Simpler. The slices of a Sample loaded in Simpler. A Clip or Sample’s warp markers. Adding or removing Macro Controls in a Rack. Macro randomization. Macro Control variations. The Live Set’s Groove Pool. A Groove’s properties. When editing multiple clips with different key and scale settings, any foreground clip with Scale Mode enabled now updates the global settings that are used to initialize the next created clips, as well as Push’s key and scale.
When a selected clip has Scale Mode enabled and a scale is selected, pressing the new “Scale” “Fold to Scale” button at the right of the “Fold” button folds to key tracks containing notes, as well as key tracks belonging to the scale.
It is now possible to set a preference for spelling a clip’s notes with flats, sharps, or both, via the piano roll’s context menu. An additional “Auto” option automatically selects flats or sharps based on the position of the root note in the circle of fifths. The Chance Editor lane is hidden by default. The Velocity and Chance Editor lanes can be shown or hidden via the lane selector toggle buttons at the left.
The Velocity and Chance Editor lanes can be resized individually via their split lines. If no markers are selected, values for all notes will be randomized. The slider’s randomization value can be typed as a number with the keyboard, and triggers randomization when validated using the “Enter” key.
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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. Play Session Drums Studio A multisampled library of acoustic drums that reproduces the nuances of a recording session.