The free Ableton Live 11.1 update is now available. This update adds native support for Apple computers running on the M1 Silicon chip.
This release also comes with a number of small improvements, including an updated Shifter device, which adds a new mode for real-time monophonic pitch shifting, as well as delay, an envelope section, an LFO and glide functionality.
Two new Max for Live utilities, Align Delay and Shaper MIDI are also added. Align Delay allows artists to compensate for lag when sending signals throughout their system. Shaper MIDI generates modulation data that can bring more expression to MIDI performances.
Additional features include improvements to comping, updates to Clip handling, and more.
For a full list of what’s new, read the release notes*
*Note: Release notes are only available in English.
Pricing and availability
Live 11.1 is now available. If you own a Live 11 license, download Live 11.1 from your account page.
Live 11.1 is free for all owners of Live 11.
Ableton makes products for music makers to create, produce and perform music. These include Live, a software that combines traditional studio technologies with the freedom of working without a timeline; Push, a hardware instrument for hands-on playing and composing with Live; and Link, a technology that allows multiple devices to play in time together over a wireless connection.
Ableton was founded in 1999 by musicians in need of new creative tools. The first version of Live was released in 2001. The company is led by its founders from its headquarters in Berlin, and has additional offices in Los Angeles and Tokyo. About 530 people work at Ableton across the world.