Ableton Live Suite 9.6.1 is a software music sequencer and digital audio workstation for OS X
Ableton Live is an audio sequencer that you can play like an instrument. On its own or with other musicians or DJs, live on stage, or when remixing in the studio all you need is Live and a Mac or PC. Ableton Live is the revolutionary music production solution that allows you to spontaneously compose, record, remix, improvise and edit your musical ideas in a seamless audio/MIDI environment.
Ableton Live 9 Features:
* Multitrack recording
* Complete nondestructive editing with unlimited undo
* Powerful and creative MIDI sequencing of software and hardware instruments
* Real-time time-stretching and warping of AIFF, WAV, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC and MP3 files, for improvisation and instant remixing
* A comprehensive selection of built-in audio effects, including a host of creative delays, filters, distortions, studio compressors and EQs
* Built-in software instruments: Simpler for creative sample-based synthesis, Impulse for sampled drums
* Instrument-, Drum-, Effect Racks for creating and managing complex performance setups, drum kits and multi-effects
* VST and AU effects and instruments support; automatic plug-in delay compensation
* REX file support and native sliced audio file creation
* Video import and export for scoring to picture or warping picture to music
* Real-time control of parameters with any MIDI controller – just MIDI-map it or choose from a list of popular supported controllers for instant mapping
* Full ReWire support
* Single-screen user interface for simple, creativity-focused operation
* Multicore and multiprocessor support
Version 9.6 Release Notes
Improvements and feature changes:
Improved Waveforms: these now look smooth during zoom operations as well as during recording.
Improved meters: the track volume meters now show both peak and RMS levels.
Improved colouring: tracks are now automatically coloured, and new Clips take their track’s color.
The ‘Auto assign Clip Color’ preference is replaced by ‘Auto assign Track Color’, which determines if a newly created track gets a color from the song’s color sequence assigned or a fixed color chosen by the user.
Simpler has been completely overhauled with a new interface, Warping, slicing, and new analog modelled filters build in conjunction with Cytomic.
New analog-modeled filters based on classic vintage hardware models capable of self resonating, feedback and distortion are added to Simpler/Sampler, Auto Filter and Operator.
The Core Library has been updated with new Drum Kits and new presets for Simpler, Operator, Analog, Auto Filter and Audio Effect Racks.
Audio Effect Racks now load with devices hidden.
Sets created with 9.5 will not be openable in pre-9.5 versions of Live. When trying to Save a set created with a previous version in 9.5, a dialog will appear and it will only be possible to Save under a different name.
Added the option “Preserve Warped Timing” in the Slice to new MIDI track dialog.
A breakout view is added for Simpler. The breakout view can only be displayed when Simpler has a valid sample
The Warped waveform is displayed accordingly in Simpler.
Added a button in the Simpler breakout which warps the region between the sample’s start and end markers as a certain number of bars.
Added 1/2 and x2 warped length buttons in Simpler.
Added One Shot mode in Simpler.
Slicing mode has been added to Simpler. When active, all transients between start and end flags will be used for generating the slices
It is now possible to normalize a sample via a context menu option by right clicking on Simpler’s waveform.
Added the possibility to slicing to a Drum Rack from Simpler.
A sample volume control (Gain) is now added to Simpler.
When loading a Simpler, Auto Filter or Operator preset created with a previous Live version, the devices will work in legacy mode, in order to preserve the original sound. An “Upgrade button” will activate the new filters. The filters will be automatically upgraded if these were not active in the preset.
Drum pads inherit Warp on/off when slicing a Simpler to Drum Rack.
If Simpler in Slicing mode is set to one voice only of if its playback mode is set to “mono”, choke is activated once converted to a Drum Rack.
Added Trigger or Gate mode for Samples in One Shot/Slice Modes
It is now possible to reverse a sample in Simpler via a context menu option.
Creating a multi selection for a number of chains in a Drum Rack enables setting the choke group for all chains at once.
When instantiating a plug-in, up to 64 parameters get configured automatically now.
A parameter configuration can now be saved as a default per AU or VST plug-in. This is done via a new context menu entry available in Live’s plug-in device. The default configurations are stored in a “Plug-In Configurations” folder under “User Library/Defaults”.
Improved performance when drawing waveforms for large sets with many clips.
Introduced a limitation to how many time a sample can be sped up or slowed down via “:2” or “x2” respectively, in order to save CPU power.
Improved the automation smoothing for the new filters in Simpler, Operator and Auto Filter.
Removed the limitation to the amount of transposition affecting samples when using Complex or Complex Pro.
The error dialog Live throws when users try to save a Default Device / Track while no User Library is available has been improved.
It is not possible to inadvertently save a Live Set to the Trash anymore.
The ‘Warp as x bars’ feature is improved so to provide more musical and predictable values.
Light blue color tones have changed to avoid being confused with the selection color when using the default Live skin.
Artifacts might be introduced when transposing samples warped with Complex / Pro.
Specific plug-ins would have triggered Live to configure non-functional parameters after a preset change.
Changes for Push:
Introduced support for Push 2.
It is now possible to preview sounds from the browser with Push 1 as well. Auto preview can be toggled on/off.
It is now possible to load Samples from Push. These will be instantiated in Simpler.
Browsing of VST and AU plugins is now available for Push 1 as well.
It is now possible to duplicate Drum Rack pads from Push 1 as well.
Clip length can be adjusted with a resolution down to 1/16th holding the Shift button.
Scales settings are now stored in Live sets.
When recording with Fixed Length: Off, pressing fixed length will now stop recording and loop the last bars of the recording according to the fixed length setting.
Fixed a bug which would cause the Clip selector in the step sequencer to be displayed after deleting a Clip.
Full Release Notes: https://www.ableton.com/en/help/article/live-9-release-notes/
Ableton Live lets you create and record music on your Mac. Use digital instruments, pre-recorded sounds, and sampled loops to arrange, produce, and perform your music like never before. Ableton Live is an all-in-one production suite.
Find your sound
Start in Arrangement View. Create and edit multitrack recordings in a straightforward linear view.
Go further in Session View. Switch to this one-of-a-kind interface to improvise and experiment with countless sounds and loops.
Access an endless palette of sounds. With 5 built-in synths, 3 samplers, 390 drum kits, and 4000 loops, the possibilities are endless.
More info: https://www.ableton.com/en/live/new-in-9/
Name: Ableton Live Suite
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.7 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: Both 32-bit and 64-bit included
RAM minimum: 4GB
1. Download Live directly or use the versions in this torrent (Direct links below)
2. Mount the disk image and copy Ableton Live 9 Suite.app to your /Applications folder. (64-bit version recommended)
3. Unzip and run (double-click) the Smart Patch (detects 32/64 bit), press [ 1 ] (FRESH INSTALL) when prompted
4. Enter your Administrator password when prompted, app will be patched and codesigned.
5. Double-click the Authorize.auz file that is created on your desktop to register.
Includes Ableton Live Smart Patch v0.9.5.0 by techietrash (patch logic by pitchshifter)
Patch has been updated to not require command line tools, though it’s still recommended to install them before patching.
Patch logic is the same as the v0.9.2.1 patch, so this should continue to work for future versions.
Remember to disable “auto updates” and “send usage data” in Live’s preferences.