Ableton has announced that Live 11 will be released on February 23. If you own Live 10 Standard or Suite, you can now download the public beta for free and give the new version of the DAW a good test run. There’s also still time to save 20% on Live 10 and get the upgrade to Live 11 for free.
Ableton Live 11
Ableton had announced Live 11 back in November. The new version of the popular DAW comes with many new features, such as comping and linked-track editing, MPE support and a bunch of new devices. The software, which is a favorite among electronic live performers, also includes new performance features like Live tempo following, macro snapshots and probability sequencing.
And now we finally have a release date! Ableton announced today that Live 11 will be officially released on February 23, 2021. It’ll come in the familiar Intro, Standard and Suite editions. You can pre-order the software at a 20% discount from the dealer of your choice or the Ableton website. This offer only lasts until the release date on February 23rd, so be sure to grab it while the discount is available. And if you buy Live 10 now, you’ll receive an upgrade to Live 11 for free when the new version becomes available.
The best thing is that you don’t have to wait until February 23 to try Live 11 for yourself. Even if you weren’t part of the beta community, you can now download the public beta for free and give it a good test run.
Prices and versions
Ableton Live 11 will be available on February 23, 2021. The prices are:
- Intro: €79
- Standard: €349
- Suite: €599
Upgrades from Live 10 to 11 are currently 20% off. You can log into your Ableton user account to find out your upgrade price.
The DAW runs on macOS 10.13 or higher and Windows 10 or higher.
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