Ableton packs - how to remember whats in them

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shakey_hands
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Ableton packs - how to remember whats in them

Post by shakey_hands » Wed May 13, 2020 3:55 am

Hi,

Ive downloaded a number of packs. The first time i opened each a large info window appeared to the right of the Ableton interface, it explained the pack and its features. But now these don't appear anymore when i click on a pack.

I have a heap of packs. i don't use most of them regularly. And so I have no idea what most of the packs have in them based on there expressive interpretive names e.g build and drop.

The info menu thing that first appeared when i first opened a pack would be REALLY useful to have open every time i click on any pack. Can this occur? or any other ideas on this matter?

Ive got ableton live suite and im on windows

kinkajou
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Re: Ableton packs - how to remember whats in them

Post by kinkajou » Wed May 13, 2020 6:24 am

browse through the "PACKS" folder in your library window (on the left).
then right click on a packs name/folder and there is an option to open this "large window" from the beginning... its something like a tutorial or content summary.

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Re: Ableton packs - how to remember whats in them

Post by mothergarage » Wed May 13, 2020 7:31 am

"Show Default Lesson" is the name of the context menu entry
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