In this footage from one of Deadmau5's Livestreams, he uses Ableton Live extensively. The logo on the highlighted (currently-open) window is a gray square— the square logo is exclusive to version 9 of Ableton, and the gray is indicative of the Suite edition. As such, it's safe to assume that the version of Live 9 he's using here is the Suite edition.more
Hey, it's Ableton. Does it really need an introduction? It makes Dirty House Mixtapes!
Lush & Simon uses Ableton Live in this Facebook photo. Another photo from their profile shows that their Live icon is a grey square— not the knob-like logo of Live 8, and not the green or blue of the Lite and Standard versions of 9 respectively. It stands to reason, then, that the version they're using is 9 Suite.more
kota uses Live 9 Suite's stock resonators, reverb, redux, overdrive, tubes, delays, grain delays, and equalizers as a way to process and create new and interesting sounds. He uses samples from storms, water washing on to lake shores, prepared vocals, and clicking, knocking, and popping noises with his mouth processing it through erosion, redux, grain delays, and reverb meticulously stressing to create the perfect tone.more
What kind of equipment, analog or digital, was used in the making of ‘The Nest‘? I extracted pieces from unfinished songs that worked with the current theme, adding singing bowls, tape recordings and bowed string instruments played through effect pedals and processed digitally. I also used VST’s in Ableton Live and might have used my Korg ms-20 synthesizer too. I honestly don’t remember.more
this is probably the best you can get, the recording is fast and easy, and it also has a mode that is not included in any other DAW and it is great for live performances, definitely check this one out.
Ableton Live has changed all my perspectives on digital audio workstations. It's an incredible arranger that allows you to work effortlessly as a musician and producer. This version of Live has incredible features and endless creative possibilities.
A lot of my favorite artists use this DAW and It's basically god's library of amazing sounds and instrument.
this comes packed full of solid, quality audio production tools. I have tons of plugins but could easily get by with everything that comes in Live 9 Suite without question. I have experience with a few other DAW and this (imo) is far above what I have ever used. Intuitive, limitless Instrument & effect racks make Ableton king.
Ableton live 9 is amazing. It has a stacked library of samples and other instruments to help you produce better music. It is also great for Djing and video mixing. A great 3-in-1 product definitely would recommend.
I love this software. It has so much flexibility, from recording to producing or just sketching ideas. It is not the best editing software. But the possibilities within the native devices are incredible. I really like the sound and the workflow within.
Ableton is a very fluid program, everything is so quick and easy to get and has some really good plug ins. I never really use the Ableton Synth sounds often, I mainly use Massive or Sylenth. Also, as someone coming from FL Studio, I am a big fan of the way they do automating. In FL it was very messy, it just clogged up your project up and made it very confusing if you were using a lot of automating. Ableton is also very good with organizing, that is something FL lacks a lot, you literally had to name everything if you wanted a basic idea of what you are doing, which I never could bothered to do. Ableton just makes organization so easy. Overall it is an amazing program and I suggest to anyone who wants to produce on PC.
if you need to sample, say for rap or whatever, Ableton makes it super easy. that's the biggest pro. it's a great program in general but for me and my simple needs, it's been absolutely stellar.
At first I thought that it will be easier to do the tracks in FL Studio,but as such decided to switch to Ableton Live,so now I like and this sequencer,but for extreme cases of FL Studio.