To make the Launchpad work with Live, a driver needs to be installed first and the Launchpad has to be set up in Live's MIDI/Sync preferences.
With Live on a slave computer running synced to Live on a master computer, it is possible to launch Scenes on both machines simultaneously. This tutorial describes how to set this up.
My controller is supported as Control Surface by Live, but it does not appear in the list in Live's MIDI/Sync preferences. What should I do?
Control Surface doesn't appear in outdated Live version. Update required.
The Back To Arrangement button unexpectedly lights up as soon as the arrangement playback is started.
Tracks that contain a Virus TI plug-in are not contained in the exported audio file.
In Live 8.0.2 and later, support of tablets and pen input devices may be improved by adding the following line to your options.txt file:
Set up 2 buttons on your MIDI controller to send the correct CC messages and map these using the 'Relative (2's Comp.)' controller type to increase/decrease the set tempo.
The “Select Next Scene on Launch” preference doesn't work when launching scenes via MIDI controllers even though the option is checked in Live's Preferences.
Third-party Remote Scripts stop working after updating Live.The Scripts are not listed anymore in the Control Surface menu in the MIDI/Sync tab of Live's Preferences.
Learn how to connect a MIDI Controller to Ableton Live 8. This tutorial covers instant and manual controller mappings in Live.