Master class for 9>10 migration?

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findoe
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Master class for 9>10 migration?

Post by findoe » Thu May 09, 2019 11:24 pm

Hey Ableton real ass G's,

Im trying to find an appropriate video series or tutorials for a kind of specific set of requirements...

I know Ableton 9 well. I am not a novice. I use ableton extensively for making music, the live tv production environment, I work in MaxMSP/Max4Live. I know how to use operator, etc.. *but* Im kind of struggling in the migration from Ableton 9 (which I know) and Ableton 10 (which I kind of dont). Theres a lot of new features, shortcuts, file locations are different, libraries are different..

Just wondering if anyone has come across something of a master class, or a series of tutorials meant for people who dont need to go through the very basic building blocks of electronic music production, just need to familiarize myself with the workflow changes and the pros and cons, etc. to get up to speed with 10?

Many thanks for your input in advance.

Love and Music, -Scott

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Re: Master class for 9>10 migration?

Post by [jur] » Thu May 09, 2019 11:38 pm

What's new in Live 10 (go to the bottom of the page).
Live 10 really is mainly about workflow improvement and as your familiar with Live already, reading this once should get you covered.
Files locations are still the same, btw.
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Re: Master class for 9>10 migration?

Post by findoe » Fri May 10, 2019 12:00 am

Cool, thanx for the reply, I will definitely give it a thorough read.

Cheers,

s

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Re: Master class for 9>10 migration?

Post by [jur] » Fri May 10, 2019 5:24 am

Also check the What's new in Live 10 from Live's Help menu > help window...
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