Here's what's new in the upcoming Ableton Live 10.1:
The new features in Live 10.1 include:
delayMusicians can now extend the capabilities of Wavetable’s oscillator
section by importing their own wavetables or any sample into the device.
A flexible and simple EQ with curves and gain ranges suitable for a variety of audio material. The shape of the filters adapts based on how controls are set to always provide musical results.
Combines Simple Delay and Ping Pong Delay and adds feature upgrades. Ping pong behavior, as well as Jump, Fade-In and Pitch controls from those devices are all accessed from the front panel.
Musicians get a palette of automation shapes to choose from, the ability to stretch and skew automation and enter values with their numerical keypad and easier access to clip modulation in Session View. Live now also detects curved movements inside automation and can merge multiple breakpoints into C- and S-shapes.
Live 10.1 makes switching between detailed views and big-picture editing faster with streamlined keyboard shortcuts, pinch zooming on compatible computers, a resizable Arrangement Overview window, and more.
Freezing tracks that contain sidechain routing is now possible.
Live 10.1 now supports VST3 plug-ins.
Musicians now have the option to export single tracks and groups with return and master effects applied.
Live 10.1 is free for all owners of Live 10.
Live 10.1 is now in an extensive beta testing period. Those interested in testing this update can join the beta testing group.
To see all the changes coming in Ableton Live 10.1, read the beta release notes.
To see what else is new in Live 10, visit Ableton.com.
Learn more about Ableton Live 10: https://ask.audio/academy?nleloc=category/audio/application/ableton