After years of waiting and beta testing, Ableton 10 is finally avaliable for all to purchase. They’ve also just released almost 50 video tutorials running through the new software, so you can dive headfirst into it.
Ableton 10 is finally here! Check out the 3 new editions and learn how to use it with the new Learn Live 10 Youtube series.
Ableton 10 is avaliable in three different editions, Intro, Standard and Suite. While they share common features, the Standard and Suite have additional features, instruments, packs, and effects to explore. Obviously, these are the more expensive options.
The Intro version comes with 4 software instrument, 1500+ sounds, 21 audio effects, 8 MIDI effects and more. The Standard version comes with 5 software instruments, 1800+ sounds, 34 audio effects, and 8 MIDI effects. And the Suite version comes with 13 software instruments, 5000+ sounds, 41 audio effects an 15 MIDI effects.
Compare the three editions here.
Ableton 10 comes with new devices to work with (Wavetable, Echo, Drum Buss and Pedal), heaps of workflow improvements, and a comprehensive redesign of the sound libraries are a couple of the new features packed into the update.
Read more about it here and check out a video detailing what’s new below.
If you’re new to Ableton, or have just upgraded to Live 10, check out the whole Learn Live 10 series on Ableton’s Youtube.