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Hopefully the title is clear enough: now through December 31, you can get Ableton Live 10 Lite edition for free - it's yours to own, the license will still be valid after the offer ends.

https://splice.com/daws/38929163-...by-ableton

Live 10 Lite is a lightweight version of Ableton Live 10. It comes with all of Live's essential workflows, instruments and effects – everything you need to record songs, create hands-on with your controller, take music made in your apps further and so much more.
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It absolutely has a save function. I'm not sure if your friend was thinking of something else, or just isn't familiar with using a DAW.
No, I've had the abelton lite before where it wouldn't render to wav or mp3 or save (can't remember), so I'm hesitant as well.
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Amazing deal. I have the full version of Ableton but have used Lite on my little brother's computer and was pretty impressed by how much it could do. If you're into sample-based music making it's a no brainer because you can do so much with Simpler and Drum Rack alone.

The biggest thing I think is missing from the Lite version (besides the synths) is EQ8. However, if you're coming from another DAW and already have an EQ plug-in then you should totally try out Ableton. I switched from Reason a couple years ago and never looked back.
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Quote from babygdav
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https://ask.audio/articles/the-be...ws-in-2019

For a free music creation tool (daw - digital audio workstation), Cakewalk. For more audio editing, tracks mixing etc - Pro Tools. Both are so powerful, most beginners will stare at the features and buttons for years and years.

...

Like any video editing program....RELAX!
They may seem complex, but a few YouTube beginner videos will have you going in no time.
Using a DAW isn't complex, which is why you've got kids mixing and making tracks on these.

Once you've learned a powerful daw, it's easy enough to move to another once you've gotten to a high level (ie. You are seriously recording, mixing, composing music for a living.). Then, it's up to specific features and needs that most beginners won't even know to look into.

Programs like Cakewalk and Pro Tools have been around decades, so there's hardly anything they can't do....

...

As for Ableton, yes, they've got a market in edm.
You can create edm in any good daw, but you can certainly look into this program if you've got an interest. Otherwise, keep in mind the lite version offered here has fewer daw features than cakewalk, so if you're learning to eventually be good at music composition and mixing, you'll hit a wall with free ableton sooner than you will with cakewalk - meaning $$ to upgrade to full ableton. (Whereas the full cakewalk is free.)

......

Now, if you happen to be in music creation, you usually need videos.

1. Windows Video editor.
Free, built in, does the basics well, easy to use.

2. Davinci Resolve
God mode in games?
This baby is the God Mode in Free video editors.
Power beyond belief for a free program, video, audio, effects, etc included.
As a single stand alone program, far more powerful than paid Adobe Premiere. You can edit indies and feature films on this baby alone.

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/...ciresolve/

3. Hitfilm Express
https://fxhome.com/hitfilm-express

All those special effects in CW tv shows like The Flash?

This baby is geared for that.
Virtual helicopters, gunfire, explosions, light sabers, etc etc - this is the free sfx video editor to look at.

4. Avid Media First
What does EVERY Hollywood blockbuster making over $500 million have in common?
They are cut ONLY ON AVID MEDIA COMPOSER. (And sound mixed almost always in Pro Tools)

You want a union job editing those movies making $$$?

Avid is THE ONLY PROGRAM you need to learn well because it's the only video editor used in such. (Indies and lesser films use everything out there; Big blockbusters only Avid).

Out for decades, everything beyond the kitchen sink, if it can't do it, don't expect anything else to kinda industry standard.

Between avid and blackmagic, avid is targeted to those learning to edit to become a professional editor. Avid split audio off to Pro Tools, and really don't focus on effects and such with either program.
Resolve is targeted to indies and lower cost films where you want 1 program that'll do video, audio, color, and effects editing in one. Blackmagic is trying to stuff in as many kitchen sinks as possible with every release knowing that on this lower end, the only big competitor is Adobe Premiere integrated with the other CC programs like after effects and Photoshop. But they don't care giving it away for free because they're selling broadcast hardware and monsters like the world's first 12K video camera.
Welp. Rep for you my good SlickDealer. Great breakdown and insight.
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Wow! This is great. I have always wanted to use ableton and this is a great way to get started. Highly recommend the Deadmau5 masterclass for anyone interested to see what can be done on the DAW.
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If you download the free patterning app for iOS and then try to export it gives you the option to export to ableton live. If you don't have ableton live it gives you a free code for Ableton Lite.
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Thanks OP!
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We just bought the paid version for my kids computer. Should he download this one too?
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#53
Quote from babygdav
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https://ask.audio/articles/the-be...ws-in-2019

For a free music creation tool (daw - digital audio workstation), Cakewalk. For more audio editing, tracks mixing etc - Pro Tools. Both are so powerful, most beginners will stare at the features and buttons for years and years.

...

Like any video editing program....RELAX!
They may seem complex, but a few YouTube beginner videos will have you going in no time.
Using a DAW isn't complex, which is why you've got kids mixing and making tracks on these.

Once you've learned a powerful daw, it's easy enough to move to another once you've gotten to a high level (ie. You are seriously recording, mixing, composing music for a living.). Then, it's up to specific features and needs that most beginners won't even know to look into.

Programs like Cakewalk and Pro Tools have been around decades, so there's hardly anything they can't do....

...

As for Ableton, yes, they've got a market in edm.
You can create edm in any good daw, but you can certainly look into this program if you've got an interest. Otherwise, keep in mind the lite version offered here has fewer daw features than cakewalk, so if you're learning to eventually be good at music composition and mixing, you'll hit a wall with free ableton sooner than you will with cakewalk - meaning $$ to upgrade to full ableton. (Whereas the full cakewalk is free.)

......

Now, if you happen to be in music creation, you usually need videos.

1. Windows Video editor.
Free, built in, does the basics well, easy to use.

2. Davinci Resolve
God mode in games?
This baby is the God Mode in Free video editors.
Power beyond belief for a free program, video, audio, effects, etc included.
As a single stand alone program, far more powerful than paid Adobe Premiere. You can edit indies and feature films on this baby alone.

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/...ciresolve/

3. Hitfilm Express
https://fxhome.com/hitfilm-express

All those special effects in CW tv shows like The Flash?

This baby is geared for that.
Virtual helicopters, gunfire, explosions, light sabers, etc etc - this is the free sfx video editor to look at.

4. Avid Media First
What does EVERY Hollywood blockbuster making over $500 million have in common?
They are cut ONLY ON AVID MEDIA COMPOSER. (And sound mixed almost always in Pro Tools)

You want a union job editing those movies making $$$?

Avid is THE ONLY PROGRAM you need to learn well because it's the only video editor used in such. (Indies and lesser films use everything out there; Big blockbusters only Avid).

Out for decades, everything beyond the kitchen sink, if it can't do it, don't expect anything else to kinda industry standard.

Between avid and blackmagic, avid is targeted to those learning to edit to become a professional editor. Avid split audio off to Pro Tools, and really don't focus on effects and such with either program.
Resolve is targeted to indies and lower cost films where you want 1 program that'll do video, audio, color, and effects editing in one. Blackmagic is trying to stuff in as many kitchen sinks as possible with every release knowing that on this lower end, the only big competitor is Adobe Premiere integrated with the other CC programs like after effects and Photoshop. But they don't care giving it away for free because they're selling broadcast hardware and monsters like the world's first 12K video camera.
Thank you so much for the detailed comments on the choice we all have regarding audio and video software editing.
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#54
Quote from babygdav
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https://ask.audio/articles/the-be...ws-in-2019

For a free music creation tool (daw - digital audio workstation), Cakewalk. For more audio editing, tracks mixing etc - Pro Tools. Both are so powerful, most beginners will stare at the features and buttons for years and years.

...

Like any video editing program....RELAX!
They may seem complex, but a few YouTube beginner videos will have you going in no time.
Using a DAW isn't complex, which is why you've got kids mixing and making tracks on these.

Once you've learned a powerful daw, it's easy enough to move to another once you've gotten to a high level (ie. You are seriously recording, mixing, composing music for a living.). Then, it's up to specific features and needs that most beginners won't even know to look into.

Programs like Cakewalk and Pro Tools have been around decades, so there's hardly anything they can't do....

...

As for Ableton, yes, they've got a market in edm.
You can create edm in any good daw, but you can certainly look into this program if you've got an interest. Otherwise, keep in mind the lite version offered here has fewer daw features than cakewalk, so if you're learning to eventually be good at music composition and mixing, you'll hit a wall with free ableton sooner than you will with cakewalk - meaning $$ to upgrade to full ableton. (Whereas the full cakewalk is free.)

......

Now, if you happen to be in music creation, you usually need videos.

1. Windows Video editor.
Free, built in, does the basics well, easy to use.

2. Davinci Resolve
God mode in games?
This baby is the God Mode in Free video editors.
Power beyond belief for a free program, video, audio, effects, etc included.
As a single stand alone program, far more powerful than paid Adobe Premiere. You can edit indies and feature films on this baby alone.

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/...ciresolve/

3. Hitfilm Express
https://fxhome.com/hitfilm-express

All those special effects in CW tv shows like The Flash?

This baby is geared for that.
Virtual helicopters, gunfire, explosions, light sabers, etc etc - this is the free sfx video editor to look at.

4. Avid Media First
What does EVERY Hollywood blockbuster making over $500 million have in common?
They are cut ONLY ON AVID MEDIA COMPOSER. (And sound mixed almost always in Pro Tools)

You want a union job editing those movies making $$$?

Avid is THE ONLY PROGRAM you need to learn well because it's the only video editor used in such. (Indies and lesser films use everything out there; Big blockbusters only Avid).

Out for decades, everything beyond the kitchen sink, if it can't do it, don't expect anything else to kinda industry standard.

Between avid and blackmagic, avid is targeted to those learning to edit to become a professional editor. Avid split audio off to Pro Tools, and really don't focus on effects and such with either program.
Resolve is targeted to indies and lower cost films where you want 1 program that'll do video, audio, color, and effects editing in one. Blackmagic is trying to stuff in as many kitchen sinks as possible with every release knowing that on this lower end, the only big competitor is Adobe Premiere integrated with the other CC programs like after effects and Photoshop. But they don't care giving it away for free because they're selling broadcast hardware and monsters like the world's first 12K video camera.
Wasn't this a copy and paste from your previous posting a while ago? I say it because it reminds of the past.
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This serves more purpose than just getting Live Lite for free. If you had wanted the full version of Live, or the Suite, I believe having Lite will provide you with cheaper "upgrade" pricing as opposed to buying the more full-fledged versions outright.

I already have live lite from a hardware purchase, but this is pretty sweet for anyone who wants to try out Live and see if they like the workflow.
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1. Cakewalk
FULL version, totally free.
https://www.bandlab.com/products/cakewalk

2. Pro Tools first
https://my.avid.com/get/pro-tools-first
Free. Industry standard for audio editing.
Cakewalk only works in Windows. All the music and video guys I know all use macOS.
I personally prefer macOS myself, but thank you for the suggestion.
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I've used a pirated version 10 years ago (Live 4). I had a fascination with what it could do. I've always wanted to combine it with a synth and create something unique. I will definitely register for the free Lite version and see if I can still access the file from 10 years ago.

Maybe the spark will come back. I want to but so much ++++ going on in my life... anyway +1 and thanks.
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Worked! Thanks 👍
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Appears that the deal is good until December 31st!
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I think ableton is the best if you are trying to capture things live. Especially if playing different tracks yourself. Helps you get out of the digital space and just play, loop and record relatively easily.

I've tried most of the pc daws and keep coming back to this one. Of course, everyone is different. 😀
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