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The History of Ableton Live

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Released 14 years ago back in 2001, Ableton’s ‘Live’ digital audio workstation has grew version to version into what it is today.

Ableton have pioneered live performance both inside and outside the box, using the software application in harmony with their relatively new hardware instrument – Push.

Now preparing for the release of Live 10.0, the team at Ableton have never been stronger and we look back at the previous releases of the popular DAW.

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Ableton Live 9.5
Released: 2nd November 2015

Ableton, Ableton Live, The History of Ableton, Soundspace, Technology, Music Technology, Berlin

The current version of Live – just released last month – is Live 9.5. It brings a number of new presets for Operator, Analog and Autofilter, as well as a complete re-haul of Simpler.

9.5 sees Simpler bring a visual-aid in visual waveforms, the ability to reverse clips and one-shot mode. It also allows for 0.5x and 2x warp modes and slicing to a drum rack.

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