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.
MIDI hardware doesn't work anymore in Live after upgrading the Mac operating system.
Live uses the Mac's system MIDI functionality. When there're problems with the MIDI drivers, Live will hang while initializing these drivers.
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Control Surface doesn't appear in outdated Live version.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.
This lesson will show you how to record, draw and edit drum patterns with Live.
In this lesson you'll learn how to use Live's MIDI capabilities to play its built-in software instruments, as well as any VST or Audio Units instruments that are installed on your computer.
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.
Make sure that the “MIDI Clock Follows Project Position” option is enabled in Cubase 5.