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Ableton Live 10 Lite is a lightweight version of Ableton Live 10. It essentially includes workflows, instruments and audio effects; everything you need to create songs, record, and take music in your apps and excel. Offer valid through December 31, 2020 or while promotion last - Discombobulated

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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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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.

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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....

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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.)

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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/products/davinciresolve/

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.
Just figured I'd give a little info for those who actually plan to learn the software and are serious about making music. ​If you're planning on downloading this just to mess around, it probably doesn't matter to you.

However, if you plan to really learn the software and make real music, it's not going to be long until you'll need to upgrade. Switching DAW's is big waste of time and effort once you've already learned one, which is why you might want to do a little work up front to figure out the best one for you before you start mastering it.

I trialed both Ableton 10 (Standard) and Logic Pro X before deciding to go with Logic. I ended up going with Logic because it seemed a little more user-friendly and intuitive to me, which is probably no surprise since it's Apple software. That being said, Logic is only for Macs, so they all have their pluses and minuses.

There's also a significant price difference, which may matter to someone just getting started that doesn't have a lot of money to blow on software. Logic Pro X has one version that is $199. Ableton, on the other hand, will cost you either $359 or $599 depending on how many features you want. If you're serious about making music, pick the one you're most comfortable with, because the price is an investment. There are also other popular options like FL Studio, Pro Tools, etc. All of them offer lengthy free trials, so I'd suggest doing a little research and trying a few out if you're not sure.

All of the ones I mentioned are used by major artists that you've heard of, so it's not going to make or break your music. It's really just about which one maximizes your workflow and makes it easiest for you to create music. For me that was was Logic Pro X, but plenty of people have gone with Ableton.

Also, I'd highly recommend taking a course to teach you the fundamentals of whichever DAW you choose. They're all very powerful and complicated, so you could spend months fumbling around in there before you figure things out. U-demy (no hyphen, but Slickdeals blocked the name spelled correctly) has very good self-paced courses that aren't expensive at all. I believe the one I purchased for Logic was $30 or so.

Just my opinion, but I know when I got started, I had no clue what I was doing and would take all the advice I could get. Good luck!
Lite is the cut-down version that is often bundled with hardware. In fact, it's not usually available separately. Functionally similar, but Intro has 16 tracks, more audio effects, and a couple of packs. They both get you in the upgrade path so perhaps that's the best thing. Upgrades to (e.g.) Ableton Standard cost very slight more from Lite, but still much less than buying it outright. And if you just want to have a play around, can't, umm, 'beat' free...

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Not sure why this isnt more upvoted.
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Not sure why this isnt more upvoted.
Agree, this is a crazy deal. I believe I paid $100 for this.
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What is Ableton Live 10 Lite?:

https://youtu.be/30T5-pfzm_A
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Never used this software...Hope its good ...
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What's the difference between this and "Intro"? I don't see the Lite version on the Ableton site.
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Yo, thank you. <3
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Never used this software...Hope its good ...
It's one of the best... It's great for techno production. I like to use fruity because if the layout but everything is so much easier when you get a hang of everything in ableton.
But if you don't know it idk why do you even need it. Ableton is one of the oldest and fine engineered software out there.
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What's the difference between this and "Intro"? I don't see the Lite version on the Ableton site.
Lite is the cut-down version that is often bundled with hardware. In fact, it's not usually available separately. Functionally similar, but Intro has 16 tracks, more audio effects, and a couple of packs. They both get you in the upgrade path so perhaps that's the best thing. Upgrades to (e.g.) Ableton Standard cost very slight more from Lite, but still much less than buying it outright. And if you just want to have a play around, can't, umm, 'beat' free...
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this is great! now to try and score an upgrade on the cheap. Thank you!
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How is the lite version compared to Mainstage 3? Is it good for live performance?
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Not sure what this is, or how I would use it since i have 0 music ability.. but sure. i got it.
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