With beta testing now complete, Ableton Live 11.3 is now available as a free update. Let’s take a look at some of the features, including the new Drift synthesizer.
MPE capability is on the rise, with Drift, Analog, Collision, Electric, and Tension all adding this control feature. With MPE or MIDI Polyphonic Expression, you to can program multiple parameters per note rather than being limited to MIDI CC per channel.
Ableton Live 11.3
With Drift, you get a versatile virtual analogue synth plug-in inspired by classic hardware design. Create animated pads and leads, throbbing basslines as well as drums and percussion.
Whether you’re an experienced sound designer or a complete noob, the interface is intuitive and familiar enough to dive into sound creation mode right away.
Apart from the added MPE-capable instruments, the control device itself has expanded features with an updated UI and increased CPU efficient performance.
Ableton has also improved Live’s Warp engine, and Note Echo also supports MPE, giving users new creative outlet with time-based modulation capabilities. Meanwhile, the Core Library has also been updated with new content.
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Live 11.3 also opens up the full functionality of the new Push 3, users need only follow the prompts from the Push start menu.
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