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I’ve got all of the previous two versions of Ableton live, and I find they are completely different beasts. What used to be called Live09 has now become Live9.5. I think it is an excellent example of the power of creative change, but I’m not so sure about this branding. The concepts are important (namely, the ability to use one program as a front end for a synthesis/recording/etc application), but I think the polish needed for end users in this space hasn’t been there. I would say theres more things to do than were done with Live09.

They’ve also added a message queue, so now you can tell the app that you’re going to be absent for some time. A very quick way of making sure you dont lose an arm or leg, as happens to me every time, when using synths or midi recording. But what they really need to do is centralize the general 2-click on the screen design of the app. There is no other way to keep track of an effect or track in the view, unless it was cloned, which won’t help in the long run. It’s something that Im sure will be important when using other DAWs with Live for the coming years. They also need to make the interface more piano-friendly. No major progress there, but there is some.

Ableton’s Live is a powerful, but daunting, piece of software. It’s the base for music, the backbone of so many different techniques, used in every style of music, and a place where many of the world’s best producers and performers work on a daily basis.

At the same time, Live is unique in that it’s a simple, “get started” type DAW. It’s easy to jump in and get going, and many people build their skills by diving right into their projects without the need to build up their knowledge first. But the tool’s true value lies in its power, and you need to know what you’re doing before you’re going to produce a solid and balanced track.

Just in case you were wondering, this course doesn’t include the MPE controller which is included in Live for an extra $250. You can use the MPE Control MIDI plug-in ($20) to try out the plugin’s functionality, but it’s not necessary to take the course. The course also doesn’t include the full version of Live for an extra $700.