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Ableton has an intuitive workflow that compliments creativity. I'm a recent convert to the software and while it was quite a change from the others I use I'm really loving it. I would say it's an artist's DAW. Though it is lacking in mixing and mastering tools, but we use Studio One for that. I can't recommend Ableton enough for the musician, though!
Its intuitive but i do mainly use it for polishing.
Compared to every other in the box method i have tried to produce stuff on, this is by far the most intuitive. However, my recent adjustments in setup have given Live more of a "topping & tailing" type of function. This should prove how versatile this software really is.
Great for studio and live performance
I use it both in the studio and for performing live (though so far I've only done that in the studio). It completely revolutionized my music and my production workflow when I switched to it from Acid. I've tried a number of other DAWs, and Live is definitely the right one for me--it's intuitive for me to use, and works well with my style of production. My only major issue with it is stability, though often that's a plugin-related issue. Rendering my most recent finished work took about 10 tries due to it crashing partway through.
Best production software i have ever used, by far!
I am a massive fan of abletons software, i love how everything is layed out right in front of you and you can quickly access your entire library. I also love how you can directly manipulate your audio and midi without opening up another window and the automation functionality is very very quick. The whole software acts as a mixer and a sequencer at the same time, no assigning tracks to channels like in fruity loops thats for sure. It just skips straight to the point and allows you to make music, minus all the fuckarounds. I swear by it.
Ableton Live is the only DAW worth using in our opinion.
You literally can do everything and more in Ableton Live. Now that version 9 gives 64 bit capability, it is unstoppable.
The main reason it is so versatile is its ability to create in a studio environment, or perform in a live situation, like a conductor of a giant orchestra of your own sounds.
The two most useful features are Racks and Warping. It can make parallel or serial processing a breeze, and the user interface is super easy to navigate.
To get the most out of Live, the illMethodology.com workshops from iLL.Gates are a must see. His use of Drum racks, samplers and 128s gives you infinite capability with lightning-fast workflow.
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This is the digital audio workstation I use to produce and mix.
I have been using Ableton Live for awhile now to produce and mix, and I have the Suite version, and it is the best version and the best DAW I have ever used. I have made very many songs, and remixes on this and its great in so many ways, the layout, the tools/effects, the midi, the instruments, and plugins.