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ABLETON Live 10

Live 10 is here. Will it make new converts? Will it entice existing users to pay for the upgrade? Good questions – and Martin Delaneyhas the answers…

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Ableton Live 10 is here, which has, of course, triggered the usual combination of celebrations and rioting in the streets. It’s five years since Live 9 popped out, but it’s not like the Berliners have been slacking since then; what with Push 2 and Live 9 itself receiving a number of point updates and free feature add-ons along the way.

Live 10 includes a new synthesiser instrument, new and updated audio effects, deeper Push integration and a pile of small workflow improvements. We reviewed the Live 10 beta a little while ago, and I suggest that you should go back and read that one as well, because now we’re moving on to talk about Live 10 in a longer-term use situation. Before going any further, don’t forget the Live 10 demo is available now – so check the system requirements on these pages to see if your computer is up to it. They’ve cut off anything below Mac OS X 10.11.6 and Windows 7 – and Live 10 is 64-bit only.

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