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Author Topic: Whats New In Live 4? (Jul 2004)  (Read 3603 times)

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Whats New In Live 4? (Jul 2004)
« on: August 15, 2014, 05:38:15 PM »
1.2 What’s New in Live 4?

1.2.1 MIDI Sequencing
• MIDI tracks and clips (see MIDI Clips and MIDI Files)
• MIDI recording (see Recording New Clips)
• Overdub MIDI pattern build-up (see Overdub Recording MIDI Patterns)
• MIDI note editing and drawing (see Editing MIDI)
• Instruments and MIDI effects (see Working with Instruments and Effects)
• MIDI file import (see MIDI Files) and export (see Exporting MIDI Files)
• MIDI notes can be generated by the computer keyboard (see Playing MIDI With the Computer Keyboard)
• MIDI clips can send bank and program changes (see Bank and Program Change)

1.2.2 Virtual Instruments and Plug-Ins
• Simpler, for sample-based sound creation (see Simpler)
• Impulse percussion sampler (see Impulse)
• VST and Audio Units instrument support (see Using Plug-Ins)
• Audio Units Plug-in effects supported (Mac OS X) (see Audio Units Plug-Ins)
• Improved plug-in window handling (see Showing Plug-In Panels in Separate Windows)

1.2.3 Routing, Monitoring and Recording
• New, flexible track routing and I/O (see Routing and I/O)
• Audio and MIDI input and output signals can be routed to and from tracks for submixes, layering, etc. (see Internal Routings)
• Up to twelve sends/returns per Live Set (see Return Tracks and the Master Track)
• Simplified recording process (see Recording New Clips)
• Monitoring is managed in the track I/O section (see Monitoring)

1.2.4 Clip Properties
• New launch options allow for automatic jamming (see Follow Actions)
• Groove setting for MIDI and audio clips (see Groove)
• Reverse button for reversing samples (see Reversing Samples)
• The Clip View can be vertically resized for editing convenience
• Follow option acts on Clip View as well as on Arrangement View
• Easier warping for multitrack samples (see Replacing the Clip’s Sample)

1.2.5 Session View
• Session View scenes can store the tempo (see Tracks and Scenes)
• Session View scenes can be set up to advance automatically (see Tracks and Scenes)

1.2.6 Miscellaneous
• Loop/Region markers are selectable objects for editing convenience (see The Arrangement Loop)
• Working with the editing grid has been simplified (see Using the Editing Grid)
• Tracks can be created by dropping instruments, effects and files on empty mixer space (see Audio and MIDI Tracks)
• New, integrated program lessons that cover the key features of Live (see Learn About Live)