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Ableton releases Live v9.2 public beta

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Ableton announces the availability of the public beta of its Live v9.2, which includes improvements for the DAW and interaction with Push.

What’s new in Ableton Live 9.2 public beta:

  • Improved audio warping engine with new Complex and Complex Pro transient processing and improved Audio-Warp and tempo detection features
  • Reduced latency for sets that include Max for Live devices and third-party plug-ins
  • Full compensated latency for automation
  • New Tuner device
  • For Push: ability to use the 64 pads for drum playing and quickly switch back to the 16-pad mode for the step sequencer ; ability to use the touchstrip to control modulation and pitch bend ; improved pad aftertouch response and support for aftertouch in several Live internal sound libraries

This v9.2 public beta is available for free download from www.ableton.com/en/beta/ if you are a Live 9 registered user.

Here’s a demo of the 64-pad mode for Push:

 

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