Ableton Live 7 LE
Ableton Live 7 LE

Live 7 LE, Allgemeiner Sequenzer from Ableton in the Live 7 series.

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theaudioandvideoguy 25/03/2012

Ableton Live 7 LE: Produktbewertung von theaudioandvideoguy (content in English)

"something for a beginner but still good"

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Ableton Live 7 LE is a solid music production software or a “DAW”. I have been using it off and on for a few years, just really don’t feel like I have a need for it any more due to the fact that I use FL Studio so much now. But Ableton was created to give a producer a very easy user friendly production experience.


Installed without any problems and the manual was extremely easy to understand. But one thing I am not a fan of on in Ableton is the interface. Maybe its because I have used so many other programs over the years that coming to this one felt so different. Also, when I try to rewire other programs into Ableton Live 7 LE I was having some issues, maybe they don’t let you wire whatever you want through it. Not too sure, but anyone who has used Ableton im pretty sure has had this problem (at least the people that I know that have tried it).

The sounds in Ableton Live 7 LE arent the best (stock sounds). You will def. need to upgrade your sound/drum kits and then you will be good to go. But almost all software’s stock stuff isn’t very good. But once you get some good plug ins you will be good to go and start creating good sounding music.


I really didn’t feel like I could get a good mix in Ableton Live 7 LE though, just with the mixer plug ins and the compression just really wasn’t too my liking. I had to track out and mix in Pro Tools a lot, but when im in logic or Fl Studio I can usually get a good mix right in the programs and now need to track out. But the speed of Ableton is great so tracking out is quick and easy. I recommend Ableton Live 7 LE to anyone who is just getting started in music production. But once you get rolling you will want to start using another program. Ableton will kind of keep you in a box. Once you go to Logic or Fl Studio you will have way more control over your music and automation I way better. So this is for beginners in my book