- Publisher: Ableton
- Product: Live 10 Suite
- Version: 10.1.30
Live 10.1 gives you new tools and features to support your creative process, from making and shaping sound to editing and finalizing your music.
Ableton Live 10 Suite v10.1.30 Release Notes
New features and improvements:
- Updated some info texts and translations.
- When the Vestax VCM-600 is detected by Live, its control surface script will now be automatically selected and set up.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when dragging a clip with automation to another track with the same devices, under certain circumstances.
- The Device View Selector no longer wiggles when switching between Detail Views.
- Shift-key functionality once again works as expected in the Clip View’s Sample Display.
- Previously, Packs would change icons upon being assigned a color in the browser.
- The Max device error view description text now follows Live’s selected theme.
- Previously, MIDI note type values would only display the octave number on Push.
Fixed some bugs:
- Certain VST3 plug-ins that are not defined as instruments (e.g. Vocoders) were not receiving MIDI CCs.
- MIDI Learn would not work with certain VST3 audio effects.
- Previously, cropping an unwarped clip could produce a clip whose loop markers were outside the sample. When saving a Set for the first time, self-containing the Set or creating a Pack using Live’s File Manager, Live would incorrectly enable the Warp switch for such clips.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when using certain VST3 plug-ins.
- Previously, the placeholder %%USERNAME%% in the Library.cfg and Options.txt did not work on macOS 10.15.
- Previously, when attempting to create new Cache defaults, removing User/Library/Caches/Ableton on macOS would instead reset AU plug-in settings.
- Previously, when cropping an unlooped MIDI clip whose loop was outside the audible region, Live would hang when enabling the cropped clip’s loop. For MIDI clips and warped/unwarped audio clips), the loop brace is now always inside the clip after cropping.
- A memory leak and subsequent crash on macOS has been fixed when Live’s window is not being interacted with for a prolonged period of time.