Ableton LIve 8.1.5 Released, Part Of Effort To Make Live More Stable

Ableton has announced a new version of live, Ableton Live 8.1.5, as part of its ongoing effort to improve stability in Live:

Ableton’s developers have been busy improving quality and we have released the latest result of this ongoing effort, Live 8.1.5:

The changelog is still being written and will be posted here tomorrow (12 August).

Gerhard Behles, CEO
Bernd Roggendorf, CTO

At the end of last year, Behles and Roggendorf announced that the company was shifting resources from development to improving quality:

We have now decided to:

suspend all development towards new features while the whole team joins forces to address the current issues. This effort is open ended and will result in a free Live 8 update;

make process changes to prevent similar situations from happening in the future.

We hope this plan finds your understanding and agreement. We’d like to wish you a very happy holiday season and a wonderful 2010!

Have you downloaded Live 8.1.5? What do you think of it’s stability & quality?

6 thoughts on “Ableton LIve 8.1.5 Released, Part Of Effort To Make Live More Stable

  1. OMG…8.1.5 is rock solid here ! Finally! Everything is running smooth with no bugs,or hangups,and the CPU usage is low now. Go download it now…the is unbelievable !

    APRIL FOOLS! aBUGton Live is still CRAP !

  2. Unstable. The audio will stop at random times and the play button/channel buttons become unresponsive. Usually have to force quit to resume.

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