Ableton Suite 8.1.3,Added Tutorial Ableton 8 (29.04.2010) | 2.34 GB
Ableton Suite 8 is a software package that gives you a rich world of sound, perfectly complementing the music production tools and features in Live 8, including 10 virtual synthesizers and a huge collection of multi-sample instruments and drums. These include Sampler, Operator frequency modulation synth, Electric classic electronic piano emulator, Collision physical modeling instrument for authentic mallet sounds and creative percussion Tension physical modeling string synth, Analog vintage analog synth emulator, Drum Machines classic drum machine sounds, Session Drums acoustic drums, and Essential Instrument Collection 2 wide range of acoustic and electric pianos, guitars, bass, drums, orchestral instruments, and more, and Latin Percussion Brazilian, Afro-Cuban, and African acoustic percussion instruments.
* Live 8.1.3 adds support for the Akai APC20 and Novation Remote SL MKII controllers.
* On some systems, Live will start-up faster.
* It?s now easier to report problems, via the ?Report a bug ?? option in Live?s Help menu.
* Manuals, lessons and software texts are now available in Italian.
- A rare crash could occur when clip envelopes were visible for a newly-recorded clip on a track in which a clip had previously been deleted.
- A crash could occur when changing the Driver Error Compensation amount while recording in a loop.
- Dragging a file from iTunes into Live would crash Live if the path to the file could not be resolved.
- A crash could occur when moving a track in a Set that contained no Return tracks.
- A crash could occur when opening the Max editor if the installed version of Max was too old to be used with Max for Live.
- A crash could occur when deleting all Return tracks while the APC40 was enabled.
- A MIDI controller in Mackie Control mode could be used to route an ungrouped audio track to a Group Track, which could cause a crash.
- Copying clips from tracks containing Max for Live devices which send getpath to live.object on a loadbang would crash Live.
- In a very rare situation, undoing after a particular combination of Sampler parameter changes could crash Live.
- A crash could occur when loading Sets (or copying tracks within a Set) while using certain Audio Units plug-ins.
- A crash could occur when selecting ?Collect All and Save? when the Set contained specific Max for Live devices.
- A crash could occur when selecting non-adjacent tracks from an unfolded Set in Live?s Browser and dragging them into the currently open Set.
- A crash could occur when extracting the groove from a MIDI clip if that groove had Quantize set to 100.
- A crash could occur when opening a template Set that contained missing frozen samples.
- Undoing while dragging clips or devices could crash Live.
- Moving a scene that contains playing MIDI clips that are within a follow action group while recording could crash Live.
- In rare cases, Arturia Analog Factory could produce invalid audio output, which could cause a crash on Windows. Live will no longer crash in this situation but you will not hear audio from the plug-in if it occurs. We are working with Arturia to solve this.
- A crash could occur when starting Live the first time after deleting Live?s Preferences folder without deleting its Database folder.
- A crash could occur when running Live as a ReWire slave and loading a Live Set with MIDI-mapped Track Launch buttons.
- A crash could occur when moving a Group Track that is routed to the input of another track.
- In rare cases, drag-and-dropping Live?s instruments onto each other could crash Live.
- A crash could occur when creating a Return Track via keyboard shortcut while moving another track with the mouse.
- In rare cases, searching in the Plug-In Device Browser could crash after toggling ?Use Audio Units? on and off.
- Certain characters in folder names were incorrectly read by Live, which could cause corrupt Live Sets.
- In rare cases, crashes could occur when Hot-Swapping grooves.
- A crash could occur when dragging extremely short samples onto Looper.
- On Windows, pressing the Dump button to upload a controller preset to an Akai MPK49 selected as a controller surface via a DirectMusic MIDI port would crash Live.
- If the computer crashed while a Live Set was being saved, the Set could be corrupted.
- A crash could occur when playing back or selecting an audio clip that has had very specific groove settings applied and then been reversed.
- A crash could occur when committing a groove to multiple audio clips simultaneously if the clips were exactly identical and with identical warp markers.
- A crash could occur when dragging a Live clip (. Alc) onto another Live clip if the two. Alcs contain Drum Racks with Return chains containing slightly different devices.
- In rare cases, a crash could occur when opening a Set from the list of recently opened Sets.
- A crash could occur when changing the monitor state of an audio track that is selected together with a Group track containing a MIDI track.
- A crash could occur while logging out of Windows while Live was running.
MIDI Controllers and External Devices:
- MIDI / Key mapping the title bar of devices within Racks would not work properly.
- When recording a clip in Session View, the APC40 would not flash red to reflect the state of the clip.
- When using multiple APC40 and / or APC20 controllers simultaneously, the Exclusive Arm and Exclusive Solo options would not work properly.
- Holding certain combinations of buttons on the APC40 could cause scrolling to become stuck.
- The Launchpad would sometimes not correctly show a clip?s playback state if the clip was within a Group Track that was folded and the Arrangement View was visible.
- The APC40 could become unresponsive when using Sets containing device presets that had umlauts in their names.
- The tempo could not be changed when Live was synced to an external device using MIDI timecode (MTC).
- Automation errors could occur when copying clips within tracks containing Audio Units plug-ins.
- Audio Units plug-ins with variable views could not be resized properly.
- Mapping certain parameters of some Audio Units plug-ins to Live?s assignable XY control would not work properly.
- Graphical errors could occur in the mixer when dropping instruments onto empty MIDI tracks.
- When moving the insertion mark with the computer arrow keys, the view would not scroll.
- Dragging the same audio clip into a Set multiple times could result in some of the clips having no visible transients.
- Moving Sampler?s loop parameters via arrow keys or via mouse would not always be undoable.
- Audible clicks could occur when the Chorus device?s activator was mapped to a Macro knob.
- In certain cases, deleting devices from a track could cause another track to become selected.
- Some registry entries in Windows 7 could cause problems with decoding mp3 files.
- Automation errors could occur when recording frozen Session View clips into the Arrangement View.
- In rare cases, copying and pasting a selection of clips in the Arrangement would place the new clips in the wrong tracks.
- Dragging a Session View clip to the Arrangement View while the clip was recording would create a very long clip in the Arrangement.
- The OK button was not selected by default in the Quantize dialog.
- In some cases, replacing a sample by dropping a different one onto it in the File Manager would retain the transients of the original sample.
- In Sets containing a very large number of tracks, it was sometimes not possible to select a track by clicking its header in the Session View.
- It was not possible to save a Simpler preset if the Simpler contained a sample that had no name.
- Navigation between clip slots via arrow keys wouldn?t work properly if a Group Track slot was selected.
- At very high Zoom amounts, the splash screen and other windows shown early in the launch process could appear partly off-screen.
- Various other stability improvements