Secondary DAW to Logic. I use this as a rewire set up to Logic Pro X. Great for auditioning ideas quick on the fly and cutting up samples, drums, buildups. Great for specific things that Logic can't do as fast, streamlined and user friendly. Best sequencing software on the market.
"It's a all rounder daw, when i started producing it was hard for me to use , so i shifted to other daw but when i learned pro stuffs i moved to ableton and this time it was easy to use and also improved my workflow of songwriting. also the built-in effects and are greater than other daw's first party effects."more
It's a all rounder daw, when i started producing it was hard for me to use , so i shifted to other daw but when i learned pro stuffs i moved to ableton and this time it was easy to use and also improved my workflow of songwriting. also the built-in effects and are greater than other daw's first party effects.
honestly, i really find the entire UI of Ableton 10 to be a lot more pleasing to look at compared to the previous version. not only are there a lot of new features, the drum bus makes it easier to add transients and punch to your drums making it a very diverse tool to use under a group of kicks/percussion/etc. ableton will always exceed my expectations to be honest.
Ableton is my go to DAW, hands down. You can do anything on it. Logic is a pain in comparison. Love the new echo delay and drum buss compressor. Seems faster than live 9.
The best program made even better.
Ableton has always been able to optimize my workflow and the upgrade to 10 only made it faster. Putting groups within groups is one feature that has completely changed my approach to mixing and applying effects on bus groups instead of individual tracks.
I use Echo, Wavetable, and Pedal a lot more than I thought I would. Wavetable is like a CPU-light Serum once you learn how to use it. You can use it for basic sounds much faster than Serum without my computer wanting to kill me.
I would highly recommend the upgrade to anyone currently using Ableton 9, it's worth the cost, assuming that you put enough time into it to get your money's worth.
The version 10 is so much more convenient to use! while Live is basically for electronic music production, I find it useful for making home demos for my bands (both a country one and a goth one). The built-in plugins and sounds collection is amazingly huge and useful too.
Lot of subtle edits/features that make it worth it to me from Live 9 (GUI refining along with multiple clip edit, cleaner automation view on arrangement page, groups within groups, new KISS shortcuts, and more)...
Feel like it's close to perfect now. Do experience some weird CPU spikes when playing around in it (never saw this in Live 9, though I started using Live 9 when it was version 9.5; Ableton had time to iron out those kind of things). Positive that things will smooth out as time goes on...
Ableton stepped up their game with this lush interface, It's smooth, bright, and very versatile. I personally enjoy the new "collections" feature, where one can group whatever they want into different color codes.
Ableton live continues to evolve, bringing in some welcome long-sought-after features and improvements as well as some new instruments and FX which make this an even more complete and slick package. This update looks amazing and is packed with tons of small improvements that make the workflow even more efficient. 10/10
Ableton does everything I want it to do with little error and great workflow, My only complaint is no x32 (32 Bit) support, but i just use JBridge to bridge my plugins