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Ableton Live 5
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Ableton Live 5

General Sequencer from Ableton belonging to the Live 5 series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Excellent features, clip warping, sample editing, built in vst's and vsti's respectable. Everything that protoolslogic has just alot more musical. (quickneasy) Rewire is the bomb this program uses very little cpu so you can rewire multiple programs with no problems generally. Grouping tracks function would be good, maybe quicktime options for film would be sweet!

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280 Aus

excellent tutorials, great layout. I really like the simple no glitter gui, in my opinion the best interface out there!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Its got its own sound which I like, but its so subtle that it may be my imagination...

once i had a problem with an asio driver but theyve fixed it.

OVERALL OPINION

Im running pro tools but i always seem to boot up ableton, for arranging and pre mixing its the bomb all the automation you could want the list goes on. I would generally master in protools but thats just for the realtime bounce options, and proven algorithims. If your writing music especially hip hop and electronic or playing live this is up there, make sure you get your hands on some good plugins...

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Rajasik ( 2-, 2006)
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