Ableton Is Giving Away Their Sound Design E-Book, M4L Devices & 30% Off Sale

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Download for free new Max for Live devices, an inspiring e-book about music-making and save 30% off on all Ableton Live versions including upgrades.

The past few weeks have shown that our daily lives have changed. Self-isolation aka “stay at home” is part of everyday life. Music tech companies showed solidarity and has given away many excellent music tools in the past weeks. For example, Ableton has extended its 30-day demo version of Live 10 to 90 days.

Now they give us even more tools for free that will inspire and help us to stay at home. Stray Cats Collection is a new free bundle of Max for Live devices made in collaboration with Max For Cats & Sonic Bloom. It features a new Synthesizer (MSE), midi effect (ConChord) and audio effects (Stochastic Delay, Verbotron, Color & Skram Delay). These M4L devices are free of charge and require M4L, which is included in Live Suite or as a separate purchase.

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Free E-Book

Ableton has also published its excellent book “Making Music: 74 Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers” as a digital version (e-book) (pdf, mobi & epub) and is temporarily a free download. The book is full of helpful tips for music productions that are not only transferable to your workflows in Ableton Live but also to other DAWs. Don’t miss this gift!

Discounts & Streams

For those who are currently testing the Live 10 demo and are interested in buying the software, you can now save money on Ableton Live 10. The company has reduced the price of all editions including upgrades of Live 10 by 30%. Log in to see your available upgrades. That’s not all.

With Loop delayed until 2021, they will bring a bit of that community to you at home. Ableton is planning three days of curated live streams and daily music-making challenges, as well as a place to discuss the process of making music and share results. Save the dates: April 24-26.

More information here: Ableton

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