Starting today (February 6, 2018, the official release day of Live 10) I’ll be posting a series of short videos about the new things you can find in Live 10. There are more than one hundred new features that range from small usability improvements to new instruments and effects and I’ll be releasing a new one each day over the next few weeks. I hope you enjoy!
The Max for Live envelope follower provides a flexible way of using an audio signal to control just about any parameter you want in Live.
The updated Max for Live LFO is a very flexible device for creating movements in your sounds.
Here’s something you might not even notice in Live 10, but it does improve the general feel and workflow.
Horizontally Dragging Segments
A little automation editing improvement in Live 10 over previous versions. Moving segments around like this can be really useful in a lot of situations.
Zoom Audio to Sample Level
Zooming to this level lets you do really precise editing.
Naming Inputs and Outputs
This makes things much easier, especially when you are working with multiple inputs when recording. Now you can label each stereo and mono input and output channel so that you can keep track of your routing much more easily.
The Max for Live Drum Synths have been streamlined and improved and are now easier to use in Live 10 (Suite).
The Max for Live “Shaper” is a very versatile looping envelope that lets you control just about any parameter.
This is a very useful Max for Live MIDI effect which you might have missed in the Live 10 update!
With Live 10 you can assign MIDI controllers and keys or computer keyboard shortcuts to the “Lock Envelopes” button.