The forthcoming Ableton Live 9 contains an enhanced set of audio effect devices for mixing and mastering. We sat down with Daniel Büttner, the head of our Sound Team, to discuss the improvements to these new devices, and how they came to be.
We're longtime fans of Solid State Logic - a top-of-the-line name for mixing desks, interfaces and other audio hardware. We're therefore pleased to announce a new Ableton Live template from our friends at SSL, for their Nucleus control console. This new template tightly connects the feature sets of both the Nucleus and Ableton Live. Live's unique and dynamic workflow is brought to life through the Nucleus' tactile work surface, and is complimented by the console's high-end audio interface - featuring the same Superanalogue technology as found in the company's flagship Duality and AWS consoles.
In other words? Bring a laptop with Ableton Live to any studio with an SSL rig (you'll find them in the best ones out there), and you're good to go.
We recently got a chance to work with the template - below is a photo of A Guy Called Gerald with Nathan from SSL, at our Berlin Office: