The new Ableton Push controller is an uber-controller for Live, featuring the usual button matrix, but with added velocity sensitivity and more.
In this video review, via sonicstate, Nick Batt takes a deep look at the Ableton Push controller.
Check it out and let us know what you think!
Ableton has released a series of videos, embedded with a playlist above, that introduces the new Push controller and demonstrates how it works with Live. Continue reading
This video, via Live master Tom Cosm, is an exploration of creating a Dub Delay with Ableton Live 9, Max for Live and Push.
No talking, no tutorial, just production! Continue reading
DJTT’s Mad Zach reviews the new Ableton Push controller for Live 9. Continue reading
Music educator Will Kuhn has been working with Ableton Live 9 and has decided that ‘Ableton still owns the future”. He writes:
Live 9 strikes me as an iteration of an already great product, but I think the message from Ableton AG is clear: Live is here to stay, and is the ultimate standard in electronic music making. ”Everything you need to make great music can come from us.” In a way, Live 9 completes the story, and sets the standard for the next generation of music software.
See Kuhn’s site for his full take on Live 9.
In addition to Live 9, though, Ableton also has opened up orders for its new Push controller. Continue reading
Ableton Live 9 is now available, for Mac & Windows. In addition, Ableton Push is now available for pre-order.
Updates in Ableton Live 9 include:
- Session automation
- New browser
- New sounds
- New studio effects
- You can now extract musical information from samples
- Improved editing tools
- Max for Live is now included in Live Suite.
Here’s an overview of what’s new in Live 9: Continue reading