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New Packs In Live 10

Ableton Live Tips & Techniques
Published June 2018
By Len Sasso

Screen 1: Drum Racks with the same pad assignments are assigned separate key zones using Live’s Pitch MIDI effect. Live’s multi-clip Note editor (bottom) shows a clip before and after some notes are transposed to play alternative Racks.Screen 1: Drum Racks with the same pad assignments are assigned separate key zones using Live’s Pitch MIDI effect. Live’s multi-clip Note editor (bottom) shows a clip before and after some notes are transposed to play alternative Racks.

We catch up with the new Packs in Live 10.

Live Suite comes with six new Packs called Curated collections. Two of them (Chop & Swing and Skitter & Step) are included in Live Standard and Chop & Swing is also included in Live Intro. You can purchase the others (Build & Drop, Drive & Glow, Glitch & Wash and Punch & Tilt) for €49$59 each (or, of course, upgrade to Live Suite). Each collection has a different orientation, and together they provide a huge array of sounds that you can mix and match to taste. This month we’ll take a detailed look at these Packs and also check out some new and...

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Published June 2018