Overall Satisfaction with Ableton Live
I've used Ableton Live since version 4. I'm really impressed with how well it keeps up with the times and continues to further our abilities as producers and engineers. There are many other DAWs out there, but for me and my studio, I use Ableton. The ability to work with others is unparalleled also. Sounds great. Very Intuitive. And very easy to learn as a new employee.
- Sample Management
- Sound Quality
- Overall Usability
- Integrated collaborative features
- Triple monitor ability
- Mobile support
- It helped me to grow my business.
- The return Investment only took one good session.
- The price is right!
I cannot say that the other programs listed aren't capable. They surely are. But for what I do and my workflow environment, Ableton suits my needs better. I know a lot of people that use Pro Tools and Logic Pro. They are both very powerful programs. I have knowledge of how to use them all. Going into different studios and collaborating with people, you need to know at least the basics of them all. But for me and my studio, we will continue to primarily use Ableton for the foreseeable future.
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The program allows me to creatively express myself while maintaining professionalism in sound, functionality, and features. It's best suited for MIDI users but certainly can easily handle live audio coming in. In fact, in my studio, I use it with incoming audio consistently. I record guitars, basses, live drums, etc. Ultra-low latency is key when using DAW and a lot of that stems from the computer it's deployed on, but some of it also relies on the audio interface. The program is also not CPU intensive like others I have used.