Using two displays in Ableton?

Will be possible to split Ableton on two separate monitor displays in 9 version instead of pressing TAB all the time???

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Vihrj 2 years ago | 2 comments

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  • ameree
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    Max for Live opens up the opportunity to use multiple monitors in interesting ways.  A $12+ set of tools has already been created to allow you to do this.  

    Visit http://www.erasermice.com for  more information about these patches.

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • Tone Deft
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    Ableton never reveals what will be in future releases.  this has been a feature request for many years.  for now, no you cannot.

    2 years ago | 2 comments
  • brianroach
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    I too would like to see a two-screen mode. Please, please add this to the final Live 9 release!

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • darrenb808
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    Hoping that Live9 has the option to have both arrange and session screens up at the same time.  Mix on one,  arrange in the other...  Please please please!!  :)  

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • Badra
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    PLEASE ABLETON ENGINEERS! GIVE US A DUAL SCREEN FEATURE!!

    1 year ago | 1 comment
  • DS VD
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    I would prefer also to have a possibility to do that , I work on  2 different screens and that are one  (Mac)  but the're different in size ... working like that is already better to see more information in sight but I think it would be great if you could split the different windows even all the windows ... , browser , arrangement session and track/audio/midi view ... I would love this option in version 9 ;-))

    2 years ago | 0 comments
  • Proj3ktDharma
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    I can't imagine Ableton to arrive in the 21st century and take advantage of a second screen. I am thinking switching to Sonar because I discovered I can have a Mixer on my second screen. It change everything! I have a APC20, so i can change the volume of the tracks, but I can't have a decent meter and the arrangement view at the same time.

    And believe me, when you try having an arrangement view and a mixer view at the same time, you can't turn back anymore.

     

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • mylkoa
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    Agreed! This would be a fantastic feature.

    11 months ago | 0 comments
  • harold23
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    As it stands you can still use a second monitor and have all the plugins open over there. That's pretty useful. Just can't split live up into windows.

    6 months ago | 1 comment
  • ritch
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    Im sure they will make it an option in a future release. I probably wouldn't use it , but It should be an option.

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • Proj3ktDharma
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    Just wait for wit bigg, it will kick ableton's sorry ass. And it's about time.

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • richricard
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    @warper "The design of Live, i think, is the "one-window"-concept. I cannot emagine that Ableton will leave this."
     
    I honestly have to disagree, in my and many others opinion, Ableton's defining "concept" and "ahh" moment is its two window view i.e the arrangement view and the session view. It boggles my mind why they haven't created a simple dual monitor snap in. Considering how far Ableton has come, from a programming point of view, it is a pretty simple ask.
    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • warper
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    The design of Live, i think, is the "one-window"-concept. I cannot emagine that Ableton will leave this.

    2 years ago | 0 comments

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