Friday, March 13, 2009

Ableton Live v7.0.14 Portable



















Ableton Live v7.0.14 Portable | 96,9 Mb


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. Live brings your acoustic, electronic and virtual instruments as well as your digital audio recordings and MIDI sequences, together in a single interface with unparalleled ease of use. In short, Live lets you focus on what really matters: your music.

Live’s award-winning elastic audio sequencing lets you record, import, arrange and process multiple audio clips and loops into complete songs regardless of their pitch or tempo?®all in real time while the music continues. You can even change tempo and pitch of audio independently after the fact and clip envelopes create endless loop variations. Of course, you can also integrate linear tape-style recording along with your loops. With Live, Ableton’s unique approach to music production extends to a new paradigm in MIDI sequencing and manipulation as well, complete with virtual instruments. As simple to use as it is powerful, Live is a completely unique musical tool that blurs the distinction between stage and studio.

Ableton develops modern software technology to inspire creative people. Since the company started in 1999, more than forty-five developers and business professionals have joined Ableton??many of them active musicians or DJs. The company has received outstanding press, awards and customer feedback since the unveiling of Live in October 2001.

Ableton Live is the only solution designed for each stage of the musical process, from creation to production to performance. In the creative stage, Live is transparent, intuitive and responsive, capturing inspiration and encouraging the flow of musical ideas. During production, Live provides all of the professional tools and studio compatibility required to complete and perfect projects. On stage, Live delivers the expressive control and stability that innumerable performing artists have come to rely on. Live 6??Music Creation, Production, and Performance for Mac OS and Windows. Create. Produce. Perform.

* From Sketch to Composition. Live’s specialty is composition by improvisation. Record musical ideas, combine or create new songs, and compose on the fly. Live captures your every move for later refinement and editing.
* The Musical Hub. Come together, right now. Live offers complete multitrack recording and editing for any acoustic source, hardware synthesizer or software instrument.
* Easy MIDI. Yes, MIDI can be fun and easy. Drop a software instrument in a track and play. Drag and drop MIDI and audio effects, layer synths, and record MIDI as audio.
* Pattern Mode. Your laptop is about to turn into a groove box. Live puts an arsenal of groove-making tools at your fingertips.
* Mix and Remix. Instantly combine jazz with house with hip hop with soul… Live synchronizes it all in real time. This year, 58 international magazines voted Live as the best DJ tool on the market. Details…
* On-the-Spot Sound Design. Perform real-time sonic surgery on your sounds. Draw melodies, rhythms and effects changes onto loops and samples while they play.
* Hands-on Control. Liberate yourself from the mouse. Play your sequencer like an instrument on stage or in the studio.

Ableton Live 7 Features:
* Multitrack recording up to 32-bit/192kHz
* 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

Version 7 Renews the Core of Live
• Enhanced Audio EngineLive 7’s enhanced audio engine improves fidelity with precision 64-bit summing at all mix points throughout the program, POW-r dithering, optimized sample-rate conversion and other advances.
• New CompressorThe new compressor device integrates the compression models of Compressor I and II, and offers a new model based on a feedback design commonly found in the most praised vintage compressors.
• SidechainingFully integrated side-chaining capability is available for the new Compressor as well as Gate and Auto Filter.
• Device High-Quality ModesOperator, Dynamic Tube and Saturator now feature optional High-Quality modes for anti-aliased processing, reducing typical “digital” artifacts.
• EQ Eight—New and ImprovedEQ Eight sports an improved user interface and a new 64-bit mode for increased accuracy and fidelity.
• Introducing SpectrumThe new Spectrum device is an analyzer that provides real-time visual feedback for any audio signals within Live (and it looks really cool!).
• Improved MIDI TimingThe MIDI engine has been reworked, and we were able to significantly reduce timing error (jitter) of recorded MIDI.
• Easy Hardware IntegrationHardware integration has been streamlined with the addition of two new devices—External Instrument and External Audio Effect—allowing hardware synthesizers and effects to be inserted into device chains just like software plug-ins.
• Enhanced Memory ManagementNew memory management technology allows users of large sample libraries, such as Ableton’s new sampled instruments or third-party libraries imported via Sampler, to run an impressive number of instruments at the same time. This happens automatically, with no setup changes required.
• Audio Engine Fact SheetThe Audio Engine Fact Sheet explains exactly how signals are (or are not) being modified when performing fundamental audio operations in Live, and provides tips for achieving the highest quality results.
Download in English, German, French, Spanish or Japanese.
• MIDI Engine Fact SheetThe MIDI Engine Fact Sheet documents MIDI timing tests on both Windows and Mac platforms using various MIDI interfaces, and describes exactly what users can expect in terms of MIDI timing accuracy.
Download in English, German, French, Spanish or Japanese.

Live 7 Brings the Most Requested Features
• Time Signature ChangesLive 7 allows the use of multiple time signatures within a single Live Set in the Arrangement View timeline and Session View scenes.
• Video ExportVideo that has been edited or warped in Live can be exported to a new file.
• Easier AutomationMultiple automation lanes per track can be displayed and edited at the same time.
• Tempo NudgeA new “tempo nudge” function makes it easier to synchronize to live musicians or DJs.
• REX SupportREX files can be dragged, dropped and played just like WAV or AIFF files.
• Many Other Important ImprovementsLive, Operator and Sampler have received many important improvements and additions based on user requests.

Introducing the New Drum Rack
The new “Drum Rack” streamlines beat production via an easy drag-and-drop interface and brings endless creative possibilities.
• Easy InterfaceA familiar drum pad interface allows dragging and dropping of samples, instruments and effects. Each pad has its own device chain and can be shown as a mixer channel in the Session View. Each Drum Rack also has its own sends, returns and sub-mixes.
• Slice and DiceThe slicing feature fills a Drum Rack with the individual hits from REX or audio loops. The original sequence is represented as a MIDI clip, making it easy to replace, reshuffle or re-record the events and process them individually.

System Requirements

The boxed version of Ableton Live 7 LE requires approximately 4 GB of hard drive space.

Mac
Any G4 or faster (Intel Mac recommended)
512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
Mac OS X 10.3.9 (10.4 or later recommended)
Quicktime 6.5 or higher recommended
DVD-ROM drive

Windows
1.5 GHz CPU or faster
512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
Windows XP or Windows Vista
Windows compatible sound card (ASIO driver support recommended)
Quicktime 6.5 or higher recommended
DVD-ROM drive

Changes from Live 7.0.12 to Live 7.0.14

Improvements:
Updated Manual
On Mac OS X, changing the audio buffer size requires you to click on an
‘Apply’ button to commit the new buffer size. This should avoid
Audio Uinit plug-in are re-created more than once when changing the
buffer size.

Bug fixes:
Deleting or moving a Rack chain while there are clip envelopes for one
of the chain mixer’s parameters (volume, pan, or sends) could crash Live.
MIDI overdub during Arranger recording could delete or cut notes.
Selecting a scene would display ├┤Insert Scene? for the ├┤Select All?
menu entry.
Under very rare conditions and only with a Live set having at least 48
tracks, certain routings could switch to ‘None’ after previewing a Live
clip or MIDI file.
Replacing an instrument inside a Rack with a track having additional
automation lanes controlling parameters of the previous instrument would
crash Live.
Dragging a clip from within Live or from the Browser would not use the
Default preset.
When running Live as ReWire master with Propellerheads Reason as ReWire
slave, under certain conditions Live would crash when switching presets
in Reason in a way that would modify or change its MIDI targets.

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