Create, produce and perform. Create ideas, make changes without stopping,
and capture everything as you work. If you've used music software before,
you're already familiar with one half of Ableton Live.
Live's Arrangement View is a familiar working space:
time moves from left to right, while tracks are stacked vertically.
But Live also features the revolutionary Session View: a unique sketchpad
for improvising, playing and performing with musical ideas, without the
constraints of the timeline. Freely and independently start and stop any
number of audio or MIDI loops - everything stays in sync.
Almost everything in Live works in real-time - add, reorder or remove
devices, play with Live's flexible track routing and more -
all without interrupting your creative flow.
The instruments and sounds you need to make music.
Live comes with a collection of instruments, sounds, kits and loops
for creating any kind of music.
Effects, processing and tweaking.
For getting your sound right (or wrong in just the way you like it)
Live has a full range of effects from corrective to creative.
Work with instruments and effects the way you want to.
Live provides easy and flexible ways for combining and integrating
all kinds of devices.
Tools that understand audio, instead of just playing it.
Live can convert harmony, melody and beats from recordings to MIDI.
Software you can play.
Live is even more powerful when it's hands-on.
And it works with instruments and controllers of all kinds.
An instrument for song creation that fits in your backpack
with your laptop.
Whatever you want it to be.
Get a wealth of new devices, and the ability to make your own,
with Max for Live - now included in Suite.
Improvements and feature changes:
Added control surface support for the Roland AIRA MX-1.
Improved the performance for Ableton Devices on OS X.
Live could crash on Windows when changing sample rate when using certain
MIDI Note Off messages could be skipped as a consequence of an audio drop
out, resulting in hanging notes.
CPU spikes leading to drop outs could occur when firing Clips,
stopping Clips, Clip editing during playback, Clip scrubbing and when
pressing the Back to Arrangement button.
Live's interface would respond slowly when the Display Zoom was set to a
value other than 100% on OS X using the 32-bit version.
This bug fix also improves scaled drawing performance on Windows 64-bit.
Changes for Push:
The step sequencer 'Note Settings' view could not be exited any more
if accessed while in Hotswap mode.
2) Run Setup and Install,
is advised to install in the default directory
3) Close Ableton
5) Run the patch in Ableton folder with admin rights
"Your AV SUCKS"
in C:ProgramDataAbletonLive 9 SuiteProgram
6) The patch goes to crackthe exe and finally it drops
a auz.file, double click on that file
7) Please do block ABL in your Firewall,
this will keep your Vst's safe