It's been quite a while since I made these video tutorial about all the extra features you can unlock with the help of the Options.txt in Ableton Live. Back then they made a huge splash. You may already know them,
The latest update for Ableton Live was quietly released and it brings a host of improvements for Ableton Push. Things like Scales Layout settings being stored within a Live Set, but lots of small, but incredible workflow changes. It is now possible
Want to start Global Record from Ableton Push? How about touch-sensitive step sequencers? "Push Script Mods" by nativeKontrol offers that and a bit more. And it's free.
Ableton Live 9.1 is now finally out bringing with it the long awaited dual monitor support, a melodic step sequencer for Push and lots more. Here are the feature improvements in Live and changes for Push listed. Lots of bug
Part 6 of the series "Ableton Live Insider Tips" for the last time deals with commands that you can add to the Options.txt file. This time it's all about ReWire:
Part 3 of the series "Ableton Live insider tips" deals with two other commands that you can add to the Options.txt file that will make working with VST plugins much easier. Particularly the automation of their parameters.
Part 2 of my new series "Ableton Live Insider Tips" explains two more commands of the Options.txt file, EnableMapToSiblings and AutoAdjustMacroMappingRange. Both make mapping controls to macros in Racks faster and more efficient.
There's a few hidden features for tracks that not many people are aware of. All of them can be very handy for keeping track (see what I did there?) of where's what and help with the workflow.
More and more videos about Live 9 a surfacing. One of the latest features Martin Clancy (Music producer and composer) and Vasileios Gourgourinis. Together they give you an overview of the new features coming with Ableton Live 9 Suite. Have