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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.
The best program made even better.
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.
Ableton Live 10 Suite
Ableton Live 10 Suite Features: Comprehensive DAW designed from the ground up for the creative studio or performing musician Includes 5000+ sounds (70GB+), unlimited tracks and scenes, 13 software instruments, 42 effects, and 32 content Packs — Mac/PC VST, AU Session View provides a nonlinear approach to music creation via groove/loop/riff arrangement Arrangement View provides quick and intuitive composition plus flexible performance and improvisation options Multitrack recording up to 32-bit/192 kHz Nondestructive editing with unlimited undo lets you freely create Powerful MIDI sequencing lets you take control of software and hardware instruments Convert audio to MIDI to use with virtual instruments and more Advanced warping and real-time time-stretching provides extensive flexibility with audio files Get creative with unlimited Audio effects and MIDI effects per project Includes a comprehensive selection of built-in audio effects, including a host of creative delays, filters, distortions, studio compressors, and EQs Integrated Cycling 74's Max for Live lets you make your own instruments and effects Full set of included Max for Live devices makes creating your own tools fun and easy VST and Audio Unit support lets you use all of your favorite plug-ins and virtual instruments Mix, match, and add effects without ever stopping the music Powerful creative and performing environment for DJs and mash-up artists Group tracks for better organization and simpler automation Time signature changes allows you greater flexibility when scoring to video Multiple automation lanes makes setting up intensely dynamic mixes easy Track Freeze lets you free up your computer's resources without stripping down your mix Automatic plug-in delay compensation minimizes phase issues and tightens up your mix Instantly map MIDI control to nearly any parameter for a fully customized control environment MIDI output and MIDI Clock/sync let you create deeply complex rigs combining hardware and software seamlessly REX file support and native sliced audio file creation Video import and export for scoring to picture or warping picture to music Includes built-in step-by-step tutorials ReWire support provides easy integration with Propellerhead's Reason and other software Multicore/multiprocessor support WAV, AIFF, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC file support
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.
The baseline for everything else
Live is my go-to editor and instrument creation tool. I started using this as a DAW several years ago, and everything I create on every other tool goes through Live. M4L provides a robust community filled with extremely creative tools that never fail to inspire creativity. I've since started using Logic as my mixer and "final" DAW, with Live to supplement, and have begun to think of Live more as an instrument generator itself. Live can do anything.
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To anyone unsure on what DAW to get, do know that regardless of what specific function makes you doubt your decision, most DAWs catch up on new features within the span of a few years. Play around with multiple and see what your workflow suits most. Whatever gets you creative is the best DAW, regardless of what anyone says.