Ableton have released the newest version of their Live music production software, along with the new version of their Push hardware controller.
With a redesigned Simpler Sampler, updated filters, improved waveforms and new instruments, Live promises to offer as many new creative possibilities as when Ableton first revolutionised the creation process. Perhaps the most exciting new feature of the new software is Link, which allows multiple instances of the software to run on a number of iOS applications, combining digital instruments like never before.
Along with this, the new Push 2 hardware translates the software’s creativity into a hands on process. Designed and built entirely by Ableton, the large new multicolour display and touch-sensitive encoders adapt to the performance, while the new, expressive pads provide the perfect playing experience.
Ableton have built a loyal following over the years and they plan to keep it, offering owners of the original Push hardware a 30% discount when they trade in their old machine for their new one.
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