Earlier this month, Ableton announced Live 10, the successor to Live 9 which came out back in 2013.

For the new edition of Ableton, the popular music production software is introducing four new plugins, such as Wavetable, Echo, Drum Buss, and Pedal. The Wavetable plugin is a synthesizer will be “immediately playable,” while the Echo plugin is a delay unit that will allow “the sound of classic analog and digital hardware delays in a single device.” The Drum Buss is an all-in-one drum workstation while Pedal “excels at warming up vocals and other instruments.”

In addition to the new plugins, Ableton has added more functionality for a continuous workflow.

Visit Ableton.com for more information about Ableton 10.

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