Ableton Live 11 Suite v11.3.10 Windows

Ableton Live 11 Suite v11.3.10 Windows

11.3.10 Release Notes

Live – New features and improvements

Users that have Cloud enabled but are not logged in will be greeted with a new landing view when selecting the Cloud label in the browser.

Updated the Core Library to make adjustments to Note Pitch Bend settings for some MIDI clip presets.

Users can now control Drift using Max for Live.

Added default values to Drift’s Stereo and Unison modes.

Users will now be redirected to the online manual on when clicking on links to the manual in Help View lessons.

Added software texts for Pitch Bend Range and Note PB Range in the MIDI/MPE tab in Collision.

Added software texts for the Global/MPE radio buttons in Analog.

Updated various software texts for Drift and the Cloud label.

Updated some software text translations in French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.

Updated the Max for Live Devices Help View lesson.

Fixed a typo in the A Tour of Live Help View lesson.

Updated the bundled Max build to version 8.5.5. For the changelog, visit: cycling74. forums

Live – Bugfixes

Auto-Warp fixes:

Fixed a bug that caused Live to hang when browsing factory packs and loading multisampled instruments.

Improved the loading speed for Sets that contain samples which include .asd files, as well as for Packs that contain sampled instruments.

Fixed an issue that caused noise artifacts to be added to audio signals when using the Complex or Complex Pro warp modes on Apple silicon computers.

When auto-warping samples that were created at a fixed tempo, Live will now often warp these files using a single warp marker with a constant tempo.

Improved the tempo choice of the “Warp From Here (Straight)” context menu option.

Recording samples will no longer result in UI lag.

When the Auto-Warp Long Samples option in Live’s Record/Warp/Launch Preferences is switched off, opening existing Live Sets will no longer cause UI freezes due to auto-warp analysis. However, there a few scenarios that could still result in a UI freeze or lag:

If the preference “Auto-Warp Long Samples” is switched on in the Record/Warp/Launch Preferences, long samples will be analyzed when they are imported into Live.

If “Auto-Warp Long Samples” preference is switched off and a sample is imported or recorded directly in Live, the sample will be analyzed when using the context menu options “Warp From Here” or “Warp From Here Straight.” Similarly, if an unwarped sample is warped using a context menu option, it will be analyzed.

Updated the End User License Agreement in Live’s installer.

When selecting one or more notes in the MIDI Note Editor and entering a velocity value with the keyboard, the possible velocity range is now limited to 1-127 rather than 0-127.

Fixed a bug which sometimes caused a MIDI note’s velocity value shown in the MIDI Note Editor to be different from the velocity value shown in the Status Bar.

The screen no longer flashes pink when starting Live in full screen on macOS ARM-based machines.

Fixed a bug that prevented Wavetable’s expanded view from filling the entire width of the Live window.

Fixed a bug that caused grooves to replace existing grooves in the Groove Pool instead of being copied when dragging and dropping grooves from Live’s browser or clips while holding the copy modifier CTRL (Win) / ALT (Mac).

In Drift, using a Sample & Hold LFO Waveform in combination with the Retrigger option now correctly changes the initial value of the shape with each triggered note.

Fixed an issue in Drift’s filter that sometimes caused notes to sound as if attack was applied to them.

When using Drift with a sustain pedal, releasing the pedal no longer stops notes that are still held on a MIDI keyboard or Push.

Fixed a bug in the Analog device that caused negative values of the Pitch Env Initial parameter to behave as positive values.

Note-off velocity is now correctly passed through in MPE Control.

On macOS, Live no longer crashes when the Output Device in Audio Preferences is set to “Use System Device” and the Input Device is set to a device which is incompatible with the Output Device.

On macOS, Live no longer crashes when disconnecting certain audio interfaces while the Input Config dialog is open.

Fixed a potential crash that could occur when audio devices or their properties were changed in Live’s Audio Preferences.

Max for Live devices that have only an external output routing no longer cause unwanted delay compensation.

Fixed a crash that sometimes occurred when loading the Samplex3 VST3 plug-in. As a result of this fix, the Device View now displays the Show/Hide Plug-In Window wrench icon for VST3 plug-ins.

Fixed an issue that caused plug-ins with 17 output busses to crash Live in some circumstances.

Fixed a crash that occurred when changing a parameter or recording automation while adding or editing an automation value.

On macOS, fixed a crash that sometimes occurred when opening drop-down menus containing very long entries.

Fixed an issue that caused Live to hang at the end of a Pack installation.

Fixed an issue on Apple silicon computers that caused CPU overload and dropouts when using multiple Simpler devices on a drum pad within a Drum Rack.

Fixed a bug that caused Min/Max values for mapped Macro parameters in AUv2 plug-ins to be lost when loading a preset or a Live Set.

Push 3 – New features and improvements

Updated the Push 3 software package to version 1.3.0 (includes XMOS 1.0.71 firmware).

User Mode is now available when using Push in Control Mode. All of Push’s built-in functionality can be deactivated via User Mode. This allows Push to be reprogrammed to control alternate functions in Live or other software. Press the User button to enter User Mode.

Items in the Projects folder are now arranged according to the selected sorting criteria.

Made the following changes to Browse Mode:

Packs are now shown with the Packs folder.

The Favorites button is now no longer shown when navigating away from a folder.

Browse Mode can now be closed correctly if the User Mode was toggled when viewing the browser.

Improved discoverability of available Pushes in Live’s browser.

Improved the design of various icons in Browse Mode.

It is now possible to set global launch quantization by holding the Metronome button and turning the fifth encoder from the left.

Push 3 – Bugfixes

Fixed an issue that prevented the XMOS firmware from being updated correctly for some units.

Fixed an issue that caused lost or jumping notes when pressing a column of pads with considerable force.

Fixed a bug that caused ADAT clock synchronization to be intermittently lost when changing sample rates.

When using Hot-Swap Mode to swap an empty pad after swapping a non-empty pad, the browser will now open the location of the non-empty pad. This behavior matches hot-swapping on Push 2.

Fixed an issue that caused an error message stating Live had crashed to appear when first turning on a new Push unit. This fix also prevents the same message from appearing when turning on Push in Standalone Mode after shutting it down.

Fixed a bug that caused Live to hang when attempting to recover the Live Intro demo Set after loading the Set crashed Live.

Fixed an issue that made it seem as if Push was in recovery mode after a software update. Rebooting after a software update will now correctly trigger shutdown and startup animations.

Max for Live devices which use grab_midi and receive_midi now work correctly when Push is in Control Mode.

When changing octaves while a clip is playing in Note Mode, the pad feedback will now be updated immediately.

The connect screen is now displayed on Push when Live is closed and Push is in Control Mode.

Improved reliability of pads when using low pressure values.

Double triggers on certain drum hits are now suppressed.

Fixed an issue that caused the touch strip to get stuck.

Fixed a bug that caused some firmware update failures.

Fixed a bug that caused the velocity curve to jump after connecting Push to Live.

Fixed an issue that caused double-finger hits of non-drum MPE pads to be lost.

Fixed an issue where the external ADAT clock source was not working on macOS.

Fixed a crash that occurred when loading a Set with the Master track selected and then pressing the Master Track button.

When the amount of Gain on a sample in Simpler is turned down to the minimum, the value will now be correctly displayed as -inf.

Fixed an issue that prevented users from changing the length of notes in clips when using pads in the step sequencers.

Fixed a bug that prevented audio clips from being immediately available for conversion after being recorded.

Fixed a bug that caused display visualizations to overlap when holding a step in a step sequencer for automation recording while the Setup menu was open.

The input meter will now indicate clipping in cases where too much digital gain is applied.

A value of -0.0 no longer appears when fine-tuning Wavetable’s parameters.

When attempting to load a Max for Live device that cannot be opened on Push, an error message will now be immediately displayed on the hardware.

Added icons for Group Tracks and tracks containing Drum Racks or Instrument Racks.

If a new Set is created as a part of a lesson on Push, the display no longer shows a notification about a new Set.

Fixed an issue that caused the sensitivity curve to change abruptly when adjusting settings in the Sensitivity tab of the Setup menu.

Fixed a bug that resulted in parameters representing notes to display an integer value instead of the note name.

Increased the encoder sensitivity when adjusting the pitch bend range in Drift.

When playing repeated notes using the Repeat button in the 16-Velocities layout, changing pressure on the pads will no longer change the velocity of the notes.

Removed the option to choose a different volume option by holding the Select button and tapping the Volume encoder.

Adjusting pressure applied to the pads when playing repeated notes while using the Poly or Mono Aftertouch Expression Modes will now correctly affect the velocity of the notes.

Fixed a bug that prevented the Mute button from working when attempting to mute steps in a step sequencer.

Fixed an issue that could result in the shutdown confirmation message being displayed at the same time as the save confirmation message.

Improved responsiveness of the touch strip when changing octaves in Note Mode while playing back a Set with a high CPU load.

Fixed an issue where Packs available for download or update were not visible after using the Hot-Swap Mode.

Fixed a bug that caused the battery charge level to be displayed as “N/A” after charging to 99%.

Improved handling of data removal, so that installing and then uninstalling a Pack when using Push in Standalone Mode will now result in the same amount of free disk space as before installation.

Deleting the last item in a given folder will now result in the browser returning to the parent folder.

When dragging and dropping a clip onto the Push label in Live’s browser, the cursor now changes to indicate that the action cannot be performed.

Pressing the Preview upper display button in Push’s browser now affects the state of the Preview switch in Live’s browser and vice versa.

Fixed a crash that occurred when stopping all playing clips with a return track selected.

Fixed a bug that sometimes caused the upper display buttons and editing options for MIDI clips to appear in white instead of matching the clip’s color.

It is now possible to adjust Drift’s Voice Count parameter on Push.

The available options for the Type B parameter in the EQ Eight device are now represented by icons.

Apple Silicon and Intel

Ableton Live 11 is fast, fluid and flexible software for music creation and performance. It comes with effects, instruments, sounds and all kinds of creative features everything you need to make any kind of music. Create in a traditional linear arrangement, or improvise without the constraints of a timeline in Live’s Session View. Move freely between musical elements and play with ideas, without stopping the music and without breaking your flow.

Take recording and comping

Live organizes multiple passes of an audio or MIDI performance into individual takes. Pick the best moments of each performance and combine them to create your perfect take. Or approach sound design in a new way by splicing together random samples from your library.

Linked-Track Editing

Link two or more tracks to edit their content simultaneously. This makes editing multi-tracked instruments or performances with multiple musicians easy and fast whilst keeping everything in time across tracks. This feature also works for MIDI tracks.

Hybrid Reverb

Hybrid Reverb combines convolution and algorithmic reverbs. Place your sounds in any space, from accurate real-life environments to those that defy physical reality. Use the algorithmic side to add control and modulate the reverb tail, run it in parallel or in series with the convolution side, or play Hybrid Reverb like an instrument for real-time sound design.

Spectral Resonator

Breaks the spectrum of an incoming audio signal into partials, then stretches, shifts and blurs the result by a frequency or a note in subtle or radical ways. The MIDI sidechain input also allows musicians to process material in key and even play the device as if it were a polyphonic instrument.

Spectral Time

Transforms sound into partials and feeds them into a frequency-based delay, resulting in metallic echoes, frequency-shifted and reverb-like effects. The Freeze function captures and holds a slice of audio – either free-running or in time with the beat – for stuttered, glitched and washed-out effects.


Create jittery glitch effects, delayed digital shimmers and outlandish vibrato with this Max for Live pitch shifting device created in collaboration with Robert Henke and inspired by the Publison DHM 89 – an early digital effects processor. It’s a flexible tool to add character to sounds in the studio, or for in-the-moment experimentation onstage.


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