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Download the Live Set of Jinku’s New Track “Barda”

Nairobi has long been a center of musical diversity and experimentation – a place where global influences meet regional traditions. The fresh energies set free by these encounters inspire artist collectives like EA Wave, who push the boundaries of modern African music. Jacob Soloman aka Jinku has grown up immersed…

Loop Session: In the Studio with Grand River

Loop Session is a new series of online events for music makers. Each session invites you to spend a few hours learning about a selected artist’s work and ideas. First up is a free, online studio session with Grand River, streaming live from Bewake Studios on Loop’s dedicated event page.…

Dillon Bastan: Water Ripples and Sound Waves

Dillon Bastan’s creative curiosity has led him on all kinds of experimental artistic adventures. He’s produced immersive audio-visual installations and mysterious AI-scripted short films, embarked upon modular synth adventures in the Mojave Desert and performed improvised sets with an eclectic assortment of musicians. Many Live users will recognize...

Loop: Five Perspectives on Handling Criticism

For many of us, music-making is an act of personal expression – which is why processing feedback on our work can sometimes be tough. It’s disheartening to hear someone criticizing a piece of music you’ve put so much effort into, and defensiveness and denial are sometimes hard to avoid. Even…

The Climate Soundtrack: What Does the Future Sound Like?

Our world is full of living sounds. Animals sing, howl and chatter on a changing backdrop of weather and waves. Even the racket of a city can be appreciated as a sign of the pulse of life on earth. But although the human population is an integral part of our…

Tennyson: Storytelling With Production

Luke Pretty, aka Tennyson, has discovered a foolproof way to harness his productivity. “If people are watching me, I feel forced to work. So I do a lot of live streams. I’ll usually call a session ‘Eight hour live stream’ or something, and then I’m screwed,” he laughs. “Like, I…

Tiger JK: The Korean Rap Legend on Beats, Rhymes and Life

If you listen to much K-pop you’ll know that a rap verse will almost inevitably be dropped into any major hit these days – usually right after the first chorus. You could almost call it a tradition. But it wasn’t always this way with hip-hop in Korea. Back in 1995,…

Afriqua Presents Principles of Black Music: Improvisation

Part Five of a Five Part Series Read Part One here, Part Two here, Part Three here, Part Four here In the beginning, there was Improvisation. There had to be. Before music could ever be remembered, written down, or recorded, some intrepid caveman just had to bang it out. That…

Slynk on Slink: Three Creative Tricks with Water-Inspired Tools

Slink Devices is a collection of Max for Live devices modeled on the natural movement of water. Built for anything from subtle modulation to head-spinning spectral effects, these LFO-based tools can transform sound in both gentle and dramatic ways. In his latest video, Slynk – tutorial maestro and coincidental namesake…

Update - Ableton website and authentication server downtime

This weekend, we experienced downtime on our website and authentication servers. Our license authentication servers are still down. We understand this downtime means that: Ableton Live trial users are currently unable to save their work Unlocks for new installations of Ableton Live are temporarily unavailable Some users may not be…

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