Ableton Live Intro Lets You Get Started With Live On The Cheap

ableton-live-introAbleton has announced Ableton Live Intro – their new entry-level version of Ableton Live.

Description:

The new Live Intro has all the essential basic features as Ableton Live at a lower price and comes including a huge library of sounds from Hip Hop, Rock, Soul, Techno – Including 7 GB of Sampled Instruments, Drum Loops, Beats and Breaks, 200 Audio and MIDI Racks and Effects and 500 Instruments and Drum Kits from the Ableton Live Suite library.

Also included a Getting Started Manual, Integrated Step By Step Tutorials and Practical Song Templates.

Key-Features:

  • Studio Quality Recording up to 32 bit / 192 kHz
  • Full REWIRE Support / Slave or Master
  • 64 AUDIO Tracks / Unlimited MIDI Tracks
  • Instant Mapping of MIDI Hardware, Controllers etc.
  • MIDI Sync to other software / Incl. Impulse and Simpler
  • Supports all VST and AU Instruments, Effects and Plug ins
  • MAC OSX and WINDOWS XP / VISTA compatible

Live Intro will be available shortly at a street price of €99 or $99. There is a free upgrade to Live Intro for  Live 6 LE and Live 7 LE users.

via Macmusic

7 thoughts on “Ableton Live Intro Lets You Get Started With Live On The Cheap

  1. ouch only 4? well, still pretty cool I guess if you really can't afford the full thing… you could still fart around and learn about things until the day you hopefully get the rest of Ableton's offerings 😉

  2. Why is the price €99 OR $99? Do they have any idea of the current exchange rates? The euro price should be a lot lower, or the dollar price about 45-50 bucks higher. Especially as this is from a European company.

  3. I agree entirely on the price. I had to part with about £92 instead of whatever, say, the USD rate would have given me. As a newbie to MIDI and Ableton, I'd be interested to know what people think of the product itself, given that and accepting that is's a somewhat watered-down version of Live 8. Is it good, notwithstanding? And are there workarounds to enhance it, such as downloading third-party instruments, that kind of thing?

  4. I agree entirely on the price. I had to part with about £92 instead of whatever, say, the USD rate would have given me. As a newbie to MIDI and Ableton, I'd be interested to know what people think of the product itself, given that and accepting that is's a somewhat watered-down version of Live 8. Is it good, notwithstanding? And are there workarounds to enhance it, such as downloading third-party instruments, that kind of thing?

  5. I agree entirely on the price. I had to part with about £92 instead of whatever, say, the USD rate would have given me. As a newbie to MIDI and Ableton, I'd be interested to know what people think of the product itself, given that and accepting that is's a somewhat watered-down version of Live 8. Is it good, notwithstanding? And are there workarounds to enhance it, such as downloading third-party instruments, that kind of thing?

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