In [this video](https://youtu.be/QuWvmJ4eaac?t=188) about Eno's work with Ben Frost, there are a couple of shots of Brian's monitor where we can see that he's using the Transient Shaper plugin within the context of an unspecified version of Ableton Live. A brief but clear look occurs 3:08 mark.more
"Pro Tools HD with a 192 HD. I also use Abelton Live a lot; in fact, 99% of the first Tuner album was recorded direct to Abelton. Live really dominates my laptop on the road with my project KTU: The house is a surround mix, so I use an M-Audio interface to give the house multiple outs."more
"I’ve toyed with Ableton, I know a lot of people love it, I’m probably a bit old school. You know, the thing about Ableton, it’s very good as a creative tool for idea generation, particularly for dance music. My issue is, I’m not really short of ideas to be honest and also I don’t want everything to sound like dance music. It’s very good for loopy-type things, I’ve done a few things with Ableton which I’ve quite liked. But Logic is my workhorse. That’s basically it."more
> Ableton is my playground – I can’t spend hours on it as some other could spend hours on video games. I’m addicted in a way. I love Soundtoys products, all of them, great effects plug in. I like to make some sequences on Zebra or Omnisphere, both of them have a good « analogic vibe ». I really more into the « computer » thing than hardware stuffs.more
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