Live 9 Lite FAQ
- Live Versions: 9
- Operating System: All
I'm new to Live 9 Lite. How do I download and install Live 9 Lite?
For information on how to find Live Lite's built-in lessons, click here.
Why do I see a message that says "Saving and exporting are deactivated" when opening a Live Set in Live 9 Lite that was created with an older version of Live Lite?
This is a result of the changed feature set in Live 9 Lite compared to previous versions of Live Lite.
Can I use Live Sets created with Live Lite 8 (or previous) with Live 9 Lite?
Opening Live Sets created with previous versions of Live Lite is not officially supported.
Can I run Live Lite 8 and Live 9 Lite on the same computer?
Yes. For Live Lite 8 users we recommend to keep Live Lite 8 installed on the computer and to continue working on existing projects in this version of Live. New projects can be started with Live 9 Lite.
If you have a license for Live Lite 8 or (previous), you can download installers for that version of Live Lite from your user account.
What features does Live 9 Lite have?
For further information please check the Live 9 Lite Feature Chart.
How do I find my sounds in the Live 9 Lite browser?
For further information please check the this article.
How do I use Live 9 Lite with ReWire?
To run Live as a ReWire master, first start Live 9 Lite. Once Live is running, start any ReWire slave application like, for example, Propellerhead Reason.
To run Live as a ReWire slave, first start the desired ReWire master application like, for example, Avid Pro Tools. Once the ReWire master is running, start Live 9 Lite.
Further information can be found in the article Using Live and ReWire.
Can I use third-party plug-ins in Live 9 Lite?
Yes, Live 9 Lite supports VST plug-ins (Windows, Mac) as well as Audio Unit (AU) plug-ins (Mac only).
Plug-in support can be enabled in Live's Preferences → File/Folder tab.
How can I access my iTunes Library from the Live 9 Lite browser?
- Find the iTunes library location:
- Mac OS X: Open iTunes. Click the iTunes menu and choose Preferences.
- Windows: Open iTunes. Click the Edit menu and choose Preferences.
- Click the Advanced pane. iTunes displays the location of your iTunes Media folder. Note down this folder path.
- Open Live 9 Lite. In the browser side bar under Places click "Add folder." Now, navigate to the iTunes library path and press Enter.