Ableton 11 New Features (Comping, Audio Effects, MIDI)

Ableton 11 new features explained like Comping, Hybrid Reverb, Piano Roll, MIDI Expressions, and Track Groups by Reid Stefan Realest Puppet In the Game. Ableton is the best software for producing music, mixing, and mastering. This review explains how to use some of the new features in version 11.

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Comping​ – Live organizes multiple passes of an audio or MIDI performance into
individual takes. The best parts of these takes can then be stitched together for the desired final result. Comping can also be used as a fun way to explore sound and the sound design process.

Linked Track Editing​ – Link two or more tracks to edit their content simultaneously.

Hybrid Reverb​ – Combines convolution and algorithmic reverbs, making it possible to
create any space, from accurate real-life environments to those that defy physical reality.

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.

Instrument + Audio Effect Racks can be configured to have between 1 and 16 Macros,
Macro states can be randomized with the push of a button.

Keys and Scales​ – Allow musicians to use scales directly in Live's MIDI editor as a
guide or reference by seeing which notes are in key or folding the piano roll to show only
those notes.

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