Ableton Live lets you easily create, produce and perform music in one intuitive interface.
Live syncs everything and works in real time, so you can play and modify your musical ideas without interrupting your creative process.
But Live also features the revolutionary Session View: a unique notepad for improvising, playing and performing with musical ideas, without time limits. Freely and independently start and stop any number of audio or MIDI loops – everything stays in sync. Nearly everything in Live works in real time – add, reorder, or remove devices, play with flexible Live track routing and more – all without interrupting your creative process. Create bolder sounds with new Live devices. Stay tuned with many workflow improvements. Move further away from your computer with Push. Create your own sound with a curated library. And get the unlimited potential of Max for Live built in seamlessly.
Almost three years after the release of the tenth version of the program, Ableton has presented a major update to Ableton Live 11. The developers have added new features and devices to the program, as well as refined existing functions. According to the creators, the update focuses on providing new opportunities for “recording, performing and experimenting.”
The first notable innovation is the updated Comping function for audio merging. The DAW now organizes multiple replays of audio files and MIDI regions into separate takes, and users can mix different parts of different takes together to get the “perfect” part. In addition to this, Ableton Live has learned to link two or more tracks together for simultaneous processing.
Ableton Live 11 has full support for the MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) standard. The program has a new work area Expression View, which allows you to work with different envelopes to achieve the desired level of expression. The built-in sampler, arpeggiator and wavetable editor also receive full MPE support.
As for new devices, the program has been replenished with ten new devices. The Hybrid Reverb lets you create algorithmic and convulsive spatial effects. Spectral Resonator will split the audio into several parts to change them further in time based on the sound frequency. In turn, Spectral Time is able to work with broken parts and create interesting delay effects on their basis.
For fans of creative and experimental processing, the creators of the update have added a collection of tools and effects Inspired By Nature. The collection devices are inspired by various natural and physical sound phenomena. In addition to this, the program received a PitchLoop89 instrument that combines glitch, delay and vibrato.
For stage and concert needs, Ableton Live 11 received the Live Tempo Following feature. According to the developers’ description, the program learned to “listen” to incoming audio from other performers and instruments on stage and automatically adjust the tempo based on the received signal. In case someone starts to play faster or slower, Ableton will adjust the tempo on its own so that the parties sound harmoniously.
The new Macro Snapshots feature allows you to save copies of macros for later use. A rack can store up to 16 macros, while their launch and operation can be completely randomized.
The developers have expanded the automation system by implementing the Follow Actions tool. With its help, users can set exactly what actions will be taken after a certain event.
Another innovation is the Note Chance function, aimed at humanizing performance. The function sets the likelihood of triggering and sounding any sound within a project or part, so that Ableton Live generates numerous variations of the same pattern. Moreover, Note Chance can be configured to change the pattern over time.
Along with Note Chance, the program has a Velocity Chance function, which changes the speed of sound extraction in MIDI regions based on the specified settings. The simultaneous operation of Note Chance and Velocity Chance will allow you to create unique and non-repetitive patterns, and also make MIDI parts easier to come to life.
Other updates to Ableton Live 11 include Voice Box tools for creating instruments and racks based on vocals, Mood Reel and Drone Lab for generating textures. The program will also include the Upright Piano, as well as the Brass Quartet and String Quartet string and wind quartets. The last three instruments were created in collaboration with Spitfire Audio.
The developers note that the new version will bring improved tools and devices from previous versions, as well as an updated and expanded content library. A number of improvements also affected the editing of clips and the system for metering the load on the computer’s processor. Hints with scales, frets and scales have appeared in the MIDI editor, informing which notes “fit” the current key of the project.
- Install Ableton Live 11 Suite Installer.exe
Note: Do not change the default folder
- From the R2R folder, copy and replace the Ableton Live 11 Suite.exe file to:
(By default C: \ ProgramData \ Ableton \ Live 11 Suite \ Program)
3 Start Ableton Live Suite and in the window that appears, click on “No internet on this computer” From the window that appears, copy “Your hardware code”.
Note: by clicking on “Save”, you can get a text file with the code.
- Run the Ableton_KeyGen.exe file, paste the copied code and click on “GENERATE”. Save the resulting file.
- Drag the resulting file into the “Authorizing your software offline” window
Note: If you cannot drag the license file into the program window, close Ableton Live Suite and run the resulting license file using (“Open With”) Ableton Live Suite.
- Disable update “Never”
All operations as administrator.
Do not use Cyrillic.
To avoid problems with Ableton_KeyGen.exe removal or activation, disable antivirus software or add the Crack folder to the exclusion.