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Drum Rack pads are laid out in four columns, with 16 shown at a time. A small overview shows all the pads, with a square indicating which ones are visible. The coolest bit is that when you move the focus square around, your controller will always play the 16 pads that are currently in view.

A MIDI keyboard will play all of the available pads. In the chain list, as well as setting which note pad triggers the chain, you can set which note is sent to the instrument.

Drop an effect on a pad and it gets placed after any sample or instrument already there. From the expanded mixer view, you can drag any of the pad channels into an empty space in the mixer. The chain gets pulled out of the Drum Rack, becoming a self—contained MIDI track with the chain devices inserted on it.

This is fine if you prefer to make your own kits, but otherwise you need to look at getting the Drum Machines or Session Drums packages. This is as good a reason as any to opt for the full Ableton Suite.

The two included kits are basically teasers for the two new drum libraries. The Drum Machine package is available as a download, and does what it says on the tin. Hopefully there will be more sounds on the way. This more expensive and much larger library 28GB and available only as a two—DVD box set is dedicated to studio drums.

A large range of kits is provided, with different environments, played with a mixture of sticks, brushes and mallets. Recording quality and velocity mapping are excellent throughout. The other half are multi-mic kits of epic proportions that are only made possible with the Drum Rack. You can control the overall levels of the overhead and room mics and bottom snare mic , although from the chain returns, not the mixer.

However, to change the balance on a drum that has more than one mic, as the kick and snare do, you have to go in and do it for every different articulation of which snares can have quite a few, such as straight hits, sidesticks, rolls, rimshots and so on. Apart from that, the Session Drums sound fantastic, and, as far as I can see, should have you covered for just about any kind of music that needs an acoustic drum kit. Smart Priming prioritises available memory to samples that are actually being used.

For example, Live looks at which samples are used by MIDI clips on tracks that are not record-armed or in input mode, to see which samples are needed. If you arm these tracks again, you can see Live briefly re-buffering the samples in case they are played. This worked great on my iMac with 3GB memory and fast drive, but I had the feeling that on my laptop, with its 1GB RAM and nearly full drive, it actually had a slightly detrimental effect, because even simple patches struggled as Live shuffled samples around.

Live now supports REX files. The resulting clip behaves much like a standard audio clip, except that yellow lines appear in the clip view indicating slice points, and warping is disabled. Loops can be beat-sliced and automatically placed into a Drum Rack; MIDI clips are automatically generated for playing back a sliced loop. To do anything more than play a loop back, you need to switch to the traditional way of handling REX files: treating them as a series of samples.

This creates a new track with a Drum Rack, and loads the slices onto individual pads. A MIDI clip is also generated with a sequence of ascending notes that will be familiar to beat-slicing aficionados.

When played back, this reproduces the original clip. However, you can now go in and mess with the MIDI clip to change the way the loop plays back. For example, you can quantise the clip, or rearrange the notes to change the drum pattern. You can also play the slices back manually from your MIDI keyboard or pads. A dialogue box gives you the choice to create slices at regular intervals, such as 16th notes, or slice at Warp Markers. The latter choice means that you need to go in and set the slice points manually by placing the markers.

The External Instrument device lets you play and monitor Rewire or hardware instruments from a single track. One of my favourite new features is the External Instrument device. Although MIDI tracks in Live can host virtual instruments, and therefore handle audio as well as MIDI, they have never been able to receive audio from an external source.

As you can see in the picture below, the External Instrument is ideal for integrating individual Rewire instruments into Live. One thing still missing, though, is the ability to send program changes other than from within a MIDI clip, but this is flagged for future attention by the developers.

The new External Audio Effect device lets you create a physical insert point. If you Freeze a track containing one of these devices, Live performs a real-time bounce to capture the audio. This doubles as a really simple way to print all your outboard effects if you move a project to a different location.

Time signature changes and multiple automation lanes in the Arrangement. Time signature changes are added to Session scenes by simply including them in their names. In the same way that tempo changes are handled, you just need to change the name of a scene in the Master track to include the time signature. The instruments integrate tightly with Live, both in terms of workflow and resource management. Ableton Suite combines Ableton Live 7 with Ableton instruments in a comprehensive bundle at a great discount.

The first round of beta testing for Ableton Live 7 is starting today with a limited participant group. A public beta version will be available soon. Please find your individual offers here. The new compressor device integrates three compression models, one of which is based on a feedback design commonly found in the most praised vintage compressors. Fully integrated side-chaining capability is available for the new Compressor as well as Gate and Auto Filter.

High-Quality modes have been added to Operator, Dynamic Tube and Saturator for anti-aliased processing, reducing typical “digital” artifacts.

EQ Eight has an improved user interface and a 64 bit mode for increased accuracy. The new Spectrum analyzer provides visual feedback for any audio signals within Live and it looks really cool! Hardware integration has been streamlined–hardware synthesizers and effects can now be inserted into device chains just like software plug-ins.

New memory management technology allows users of large sample libraries, such as Ableton’s new sampled instruments or third-party libraries imported via Sampler, to run an impressive number of instruments at the same time.

This happens automatically, with no setup changes required. New Audio and MIDI fact sheets explain exactly how signals are or are not being modified when using specific features in Live and provide tips for achieving the highest quality results.

Live 7 brings the features most frequently requested by our users. Time signature changes can be inserted in the Arrangement timeline and tied to Session scenes. Warped and unwarped video can be exported to files.

Multiple automation lanes per track can be displayed and edited at the same time. A new “tempo nudge” function makes it easier to synchronize to live musicians or DJs.

Live, Operator and Sampler have received many small improvements and additions based on users’ requests. A familiar drum pad interface allows dragging and dropping of samples, instruments and effects.

Every pad can have its own Sampler, Simpler, Operator, or any other virtual instrument or plug-in, and its own individual effects chain. The original sequence is represented as a MIDI clip, making it easy to replace, reshuffle or re-record the events and process them individually. A Drum Rack can have its own sends, returns and sub-mixes. Every pad can be shown as a mixer channel in the Session View.

Each drum can be dragged out of its rack for isolated pattern control and editing. New Ableton Instruments The new add-on instruments are the result of Ableton’s collaboration with leading industry partners. Ableton Suite Ableton Suite is a combination of Live 7 plus a choice selection of Ableton instruments. Pricing and Availability All products are available today at www.

 
 

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Cons Not much new for DJs. The hyperactive developers at Ableton have been at it again. However, I did say that pots and faders can be a good thing, letting you see at a glance what is happening in a patch.

 

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Ableton makes Push and Live, hardware and software for music production, creation and performance. Ableton´s products are made to inspire creative music-making. Jul 08,  · This software is an intellectual property of Ableton. Ableton Live 10 , Ableton Live 9 , Ableton Live 9 or are the frequent file names to indicate the Ableton Live Lite installer. This PC program works fine with bit and bit versions of Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10/ Ableton Live 11 Lite is a fresh and easy way to write, record, produce and perform your own songs. It comes with many hardware products for free. Your license will never expire.

 
 

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