Ableton Live Suite 10
lets you easily create, produce and perform music within one intuitive interface. Live keeps everything in sync and works in real-time,so you can play and modify your musical ideas without interrupting the creative flow. Live comes with a versatile collection of instruments, sounds, kits and loops for creating any kind of music and provides a full complement of effects to tweakand process your sound.Live 10 Suite comes with more than 3000 production-ready sounds that give you the full range of vintage synthesizers, drum kits and one-shot samples, acoustic instruments and loops – all powered by Live’s built-in synthesizers and effects so they can be tweaked and personalized.Create, produce and perform.Create ideas, make changes without stopping,and capture everything as you work. If you’ve used music software before, you’re already familiar with with one half of Ableton Live.Live’s Arrangement View is a familiar working space:time moves from left to right, while tracks are stacked vertically.All sounds are organized for Live 9’s new browser and work seamlessly with all common hardware controllers.Ableton Live 10 Suiteincludes:9 Instruments to try (including Drum Racks, Operator, Sampler, Analog and more),40 Effects for processing audio and MIDI (including Beat Repeat, Amp, Vocoder,The Glue and lots more)Instant mappings so you can use Live with your keyboards or controller.Max for Live so you have access to a range of instruments, effects and customizationscreated by the Live community.Ableton Live stopped giving me what I wanted from a piece of music production software. It’s a feeling that a lot of Live users I know share. Some have moved to building their own modular synths, others have moved to all-in-one boxes like Elektron’s Octatrack hardware, while I’ve found myself more interested in what Native Instruments and Bitwig have been doing. The reason for this is simple: where once Ableton led on innovation, it’s let itself get overtaken by the competition. For me at least, Live’s Operator synth doesn’t cut it in a post-Massive world.All for freee :D.