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Ableton announces 10 year anniversary offer
Ableton, the popular creative tool for live musicians, has just reached its 10th anniversary and is celebrating by offering reduced prices across the range.
To mark reaching the age of 10, Ableton have announced a series of new offers in the aptly named promotion - Able10.
Ableton's starter version of Live (Live LE) has been a popular and highly-praised entry level software choice for the first time users of DAW software.
Within the Able10 promotion, Ableton have announced the release of the new upgraded version of Live LE - introducing Live Intro.
Ableton Live Intro includes 500 instruments, 200 effects and 7 gb of beats and loops enough for any DJ or producer.
All existing users of Live 6 LE and Live 7 LE will be pleased to find out that they are entitled to a free upgrade to this new software.
A two-month promotion will also be available on Live 8 and Suite 8 software.
Not only will these two products be available at discounted prices for this period, but upgrades from Live Lite to either Live 8 or Suite 8 will also be available.Posted on 4 Nov 2009 16:32 to category : Instruments News
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