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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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#106
Quote from subvisionary :
https://www.avid.com/pro-tools/comparison

as you can see there's no deadlines in signing up to get the pro tools first for free.
Ok thank u. Sorry, I'm looking up so much currently, I didn't see if that had an expiration. I appreciate your reply.
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#107
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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.
I think all the advice here is directed at Windows users. I would be very surprised if anything beat Logic ProX on macOS on any level. If you want free, that's Garage Band, which is surprisingly good too. I know of commercial releases that were recorded on Garage Band.
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Quote from ProducerDan :
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.
Do you think the EQ8 is worth update from Lite version if i'm mainly use it to mix vocal? I'm new to Ableton and most Youtube tutorials i found are for EQ8. Lite's EQ3 seems to be missing something.
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#109
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Do you think the EQ8 is worth update from Lite version if i'm mainly use it to mix vocal? I'm new to Ableton and most Youtube tutorials i found are for EQ8. Lite's EQ3 seems to be missing something.
If you're doing heavy vocal mixing, I would definitely recommend a more powerful EQ than EQ3. You can always download a cheaper plugin if you're going the budget route, but I recommend the full version of Ableton in general if you're serious about learning the software.
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I had a lite version on an old computer. If you've used Pro Tools, Cubase, Reason, Studio One or similar programs Abelton is like a totally different looking DAW. I guess some people like it, but to me it feels as though I am looking at a foreign DAW.

Last holiday season I bought Studio One Pro because it came with Melodyne Essential for $200. If you record vocals or any rhythm instruments Melodyne is great for pitch correction and timing adjustment. For another $150 last December I also upgraded to Melodyne Editor from Essential. So for $350 I got Studio One Pro and Melodyne Editor. They've come out with newer versions now, but for the money I haven't found a better deal for those two programs.

Most of the time you're at about $400 or $500 for the one-time paid pro versions of DAWs.

Obviously there are a lot of free programs and basic versions but a lot of them tend to be stripped down and have track limitations. So let's say you want to use a 3rd party plugin or VST. Well, some free programs don't allow that.

Cakewalk allows VSTs and is free, but the program is buggy.

Reaper is probably a good deal for a lot of people, but it doesn't have any built-in virtual instruments.

If you're on Mac and you're a student you can get Logic X and Final Cut X Pro for $200. That's probably the best deal for paid software out there.

If you're interested in music production the Gear Slutz message board is a good place to find info.
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#111
Quote from killerkitty187 :
is the pro tools version you posted always free or is that a temp deal?
Always free.
How do Hollywood sound editors and professional music mixers learn the industry standard tool when they're just starting out....without illegally copying software?
Avid decided it was better for them to release the limited First editions. Enough tracks and power to get started and do quite a bit as a home user.
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Quote from superchief9 :
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.
https://www.soundonsound.com/tech...s-your-mac

1. Apple Bootcamp
Install and run Windows 10 and software on a mac.

2. Virtualbox / Parallels
Virtual pc emulators that let you run Windows and software alongside Mac.
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There are versions for both Mac and PC users. fyi
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Quote from matthewjohn23 :
I had a lite version on an old computer. If you've used Pro Tools, Cubase, Reason, Studio One or similar programs Abelton is like a totally different looking DAW. I guess some people like it, but to me it feels as though I am looking at a foreign DAW.

Last holiday season I bought Studio One Pro because it came with Melodyne Essential for $200. If you record vocals or any rhythm instruments Melodyne is great for pitch correction and timing adjustment. For another $150 last December I also upgraded to Melodyne Editor from Essential. So for $350 I got Studio One Pro and Melodyne Editor. They've come out with newer versions now, but for the money I haven't found a better deal for those two programs.

Most of the time you're at about $400 or $500 for the one-time paid pro versions of DAWs.

Obviously there are a lot of free programs and basic versions but a lot of them tend to be stripped down and have track limitations. So let's say you want to use a 3rd party plugin or VST. Well, some free programs don't allow that.

Cakewalk allows VSTs and is free, but the program is buggy.

Reaper is probably a good deal for a lot of people, but it doesn't have any built-in virtual instruments.

If you're on Mac and you're a student you can get Logic X and Final Cut X Pro for $200. That's probably the best deal for paid software out there.

If you're interested in music production the Gear Slutz message board is a good place to find info.
Nice on the shoutout to gear slutz!
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For a light hobbyist is this a big step up from Audacity?
I would personally try a a different DAW, depending on what you want to do. I would try reaper, cakewalk, or waveform. If you're not doing much, audacity is OK, but I really don't like that program. All of these instead use non-destructive editing, allowing you to try a lot of different effects before rendering the final product.

Live is interesting and serves a certain kind of work flow and performance that is cool, but I had trouble getting the feel for it when I tried it. Some people really like it though. It's free...
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#116
I have created accounts both in splice and ableton, downloaded the software, registered the serial number at Ableton site. Do I have to install the software and " authorized a computer " now? Can I install at later time?
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Not even in the same ballpark. That is an audio editor, this is music production software.
True due to Audacity not being able to host VST instruments. I had to read up on it because I totally spaced out on why I didn't use it. At least I remember now lol
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#118
Pro tools if your serious about making music ,if not this is great for beginners.

Even if you use other DAWs pro tools can open Abelton, fl studio, reason and I believe some others via rewire. So if you like those daws for a specific instrument or effect you just add them as a plug-in on a pro tools track and mix everything in pro tools. I like abelton for edm pitch shifting is easier, I like FL studio for the sequencer, but over all Pro Tools is the most powerful for making music mixing and mastering. But whatever you want to learn stick with that as it will take years to master. You can make great music in any DAW just find what works for you.
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#119
I would start with free VST EQ plugins and then check out Waves plugins. EQ's come in many different flavors, I happen to love the old API, Neve, and Massenberg sound, but there are great EQ's from Focusrite, SSL, and tons of VST emulations. Start here: hxxps://www.producersphere.com/best-free-eq-vst-plugins/
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Quote from MehdiAnis :
I have created accounts both in splice and ableton, downloaded the software, registered the serial number at Ableton site. Do I have to install the software and " authorized a computer " now? Can I install at later time?
yes and yes.
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