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Ableton Live 11 Intro

Ableton Official Reseller in Singapore

Ableton Live 11 Intro

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S$145.00
DAW Software (Digital Download)

Includes


  • Software Download (Electronic Delivery)




  • Free Trial lesson on Ableton Live 11 with Grid Culture, Singapore's Ableton Certified Trainer



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* Please allow 1-3 business days for software license code to be delivered by email.


** Software is non-returnable & non-refundable. Please contact us before purchase if you need advice or assistance.

An ideal DAW for creative artists

From the beginning, Ableton Live has been as much a creative tool as a DAW. That largely has to do with the way Live lets you construct tracks and play with audio in real time. There are two main parts to Live: the Arrangement View and the Session View. The Arrangement View is more or less a standard linear DAW, with time on the X axis and tracks on the Y axis..

Where Live differs from other DAWs is its Session View, which puts individual tracks on the X axis and scenes on the Y axis. Each scene contains a slot on each channel for a clip. Clips are usually short pieces of audio or MIDI a few measures longer or shorter, which loop to create grooves. Launched individually, these loops let you experiment with your arrangements, trying out various combinations of grooves and riffs..

Since everything from modern electronic music to classic rock and blues is heavily based on repeating sections, Live's Session View makes it an ideal creative tool for all kinds of songwriters. In fact, the songwriting tools don't stop there. In addition to launching individual clips, you can launch entire scenes complete with automatic advancement to subsequent scenes, scene repeat instructions, and other logic options..

Using scenes makes it easy to arrange entire songs in parts (verse, chorus, etc). And when you record your progression to the linear Arrangement View, you add the possibility to record lead lines and other performances that fall outside the rest of the song structure. What's more, all of the loop-/riff-based arrangement options are still available on the timeline, so you can continue to edit and build on your song, even after you record it to the Session View.

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