Ableton Live 11 : the definitive review

Ableton Live 11 : the definitive review
Ableton Live 11: the definitive review
  • UX/Design
  • Sound Library
  • Features
  • Stability
  • Price


Ableton’s premier production and remixing app, Live has reached version 11 and has rounded out to become one of the most complete DAWs on the market.

Audio and MIDI Comping, MPE support, and Max for Live included from Live Intro and up. Has Ableton become the go all-in-one DAW?

Shame it has taken the Labfreq review team this long to publish a review on Ableton’s music production masterpiece. Created by a team of DJ, Musicians, and developers out of Berlin, Live is a software sequencer and digital audio workstation (DAW). It’s designed for live performance and remixing of songs, but it can also be used to record music, control stage lighting, visual effects, and much more.

Ableton Live has the tools and quality of any other professional level DAWs, but the unique feature of Ableton is the ability to run sequences in non-linear mode, allowing you to make live changes on a prepared material. Having been around for a decade or so, it’s reached the 11th iteration of the program – so let’s dive straight in and see what Live’s all about.

We will update this article with a complete review shortly…

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