5 lesser known features in Ableton Live’S built-in devices that might surprise you.
I have been using Ableton Live since v.4. That’s a long time for those that are keeping track. Since that version, there has been leaps and bounds in terms of improvements, tweaks and incredible overhauls. I consider myself somewhat of an expert when it comes to the program. After all I have been successfully teaching its ins and outs to thousands for about 5 years now. That is why I was so surprised when I found out some of these secret parameters on some of Live devices.
They aren’t really “secret”, I guess more just hidden or not immediately obvious anyway.
A few days ago, I was using the Saturator device and happened to right-click on the title bar. Low and behold, there was a High Quality setting I had never seen before. That got me interested in what else I was missing. So, I did something totally simple and discovered a lot more! I dropped each of Live’s devices on to a channel and right-clicked the title bar to see what I could find. Turns out 10 devices have extra features that can be selected through that method.
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*this is an excerpt of my article for Ask.Audio. Copied here with permission.