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Ableton Live


Music Production Software
Description

When it comes to making music, having a different frame of mind is absolutely necessary when using Ableton Live. It is easy for me to understand why Live has such a large number of followers. This piece of software has garnered a lot of praise over the years from users who credit it as an essential part of their songwriting process, particularly when it comes to live performances of their music. It has a clip-based live performance and composition workflow that is both inspiring and motivating, as well as excellent new Mood Reel and Drone Lab packs, and it is incredibly easy to navigate. But do consider that it doesn't have a notation view or a pitch correction tool, and despite its high price, it's not a DAW that can do everything. Having said all that, in its most recent iteration, Ableton Live is indeed still a powerful all-in-the-box solution that can be used for composing and performing live music, especially live music influenced by electronic tunes.


Platforms
WindowsMac

Tags
daw music production

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Reviews



2022-06-15 14:59:33

i will give a 4 star rating. it is good in doing the job of auto adjustment or powerful automation but what lacks in ableton live is it has no pitch correction tool. I will give one star less due to this lacking of feature



2022-06-15 14:59:33

One of the best music editor I've tried. The interface is so easy to use and it has features that other music editors don't have.



2022-06-15 14:59:33

Great DAW for production and live performance. Just, it's not quite as good as some of it's 5* competitors.