Ableton

1-8 of 8 products

Filter

About Ableton

Ableton reinvented recording software back in 2001 when they released the first version of Live. Since then, Live has been adopted by countless producers, musicians, multimedia designers and other creatives.

Later, Ableton released Push, which is a controller that provides full hands-on control of Live software. It allows you to do everything you can possibly do in Ableton Live, but with a more intuitive hands-on approach.

Ableton Live and Push can be used for so many different things. This includes programming an entire live performance with MIDI sequencing, isolated click tracks and automated lighting.

What Makes Ableton Different?

  • Allows for a performance-based approach to recording
  • Flexible tools for music production
  • Can be used for other media applications
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Ableton

    Question: Is Ableton good for beginners?
    Short answer, absolutely! While there is always a learning curve with DAW software, Ableton makes things incredibly easy for new users. As soon as you load the program for the first time, you are greeted with an easy to follow tutorial. This guides you through Ableton Live’s main features and workflow at your own pace. You can revisit the tutorial at any time, and there’s a handy tooltip available. The tooltip will provide a description of any control or parameter you hover over with the mouse.
    Question: How long does it take to learn Ableton?
    Ableton is very easy to grasp the basics of, thanks to the built-in tutorial and tooltip. To get the most out of the software, it takes practice and regular use over time. Learning by messing around is highly encouraged, but there are countless tutorials and courses available to learn from. Depending on where you live, you can even get one-to-one tuition on it. It’s just like learning an instrument!
    Question: Can you still buy Ableton live 9?
    Live 11 is now on the horizon. This means that you can no longer buy Ableton Live 9. The latest version is always recommended, as it has the most up-to-date features and support.