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Socoder -> Art and Sound -> Ableton Live Lite

Posted : Sunday, 09 January 2022, 15:53
Jayenkai

Ableton Live Lite


This month's issue of Computer Music includes a free copy of Ableton Live Lite.
I don't know what's Lite about the Lite edition, nor do I know why the Lite edition isn't just bloody well free anyway, but .. whatever.. there we go..

If you don't want the hassle of farting about with IRL magazines and the like, you can grab the digital edition (subscribe or single issue. I chose to subscribe, and I'm not really sure why I haven't done that before, if I'm honest..) from MagazinesDirect.com.
You then have to register the subscription through the app, and fart about registering that issue's code with FileSilo.co.uk, where they lock all the magazine's contents. You have to click on the issue you have, do a good old fashioned "word n from page e" thing to let you unlock it, then you can access the downloads from that issue.

.. Then you have to register at Ableton's site, and register the code that ComputerMusic send to you to add the Lite edition into your Ableton account.
THEN you can download Ableton Live Lite! (For Windows or Mac, btw)
Woot!
Simples..

(!!!!o_O!?!)

Also, buying the magazine also gives you access to a bunch of free plugins, as well as monthly sample packs.
So, um..
\o/yeay\o/

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Posted : Sunday, 09 January 2022, 16:10
Jayenkai
Apparently it's limited to..
8 MIDI and audio tracks
8 different scenes
2 send and return tracks
8 Mono output and input channels
With complex warp models

8 tracks + scenes does seem incredibly limiting.
Hmm.. :/

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Posted : Monday, 10 January 2022, 00:50
Pakz
Yeah, I have been looking at Ableton too. 8 channels is not really enough. Ableton is populair though.

No idea if Cakewalk is for Mac. But this one is completely free.