You can finally try Ableton Live 10 as it launches in beta

Since it was announced we couldn’t wait to get our hands on Ableton Live 10 and now some of you can finally try the next big update for the acclaimed DAW.

Ableton Live 10 is planned to launch later this year and will introduce a whole host of awesome new features. Now a lucky few get to try it before it’s full release later this year as Ableton have announced the launch of Live 10 in beta.

Ableton say: “We aim to ensure that Ableton Live is completely stable music software. Because Live supports so many different workflows and hardware setups there are just too many scenarios for us to test by ourselves – to do so, we need your help. The goal of this beta program is to find and reproduce all unintended behaviour in the newest beta version of Live that is not present in the most recent release version.

“Your feedback not only helps us improve the current version of Ableton Live but also influences the course of future product development. We also actively recruit internal beta and alpha testers from the most helpful public beta testers.”

If you want a sneak-peek at how awesome Ableton Live 10 you can sign up to Ableton’s Centercode bug tracking system to join the beta test and access future beta installers. The Live 10 beta is open to all owners of Ableton Live 9 Suite & Standard.

If you want to know more about exactly what’s coming in the new version of Ableton later this year you can read our post from the reveal here: routenote.com/blog/ableton-live-10-everything-need-know-next-ableton

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