Ableton Live 9 Standard and Live 9 Suite come with the Glue Compressor, a new device modeled on a popular vintage bus compressor from the 1980s, known for "gluing" the mix together. In a new tutorial video, Dubspot instructor Evan Sutton demonstrates how the Glue can be used on drums, bass, and a final mix, both as a serial (insert) or parallel (mix dry/processed signal) compressor. Check it out below:
Part of a new set of Creative Tools in Live 9 Suite, the MonoSequencer is a versatile Max for Live device for sequencing notes and expressions. In a new two-part tutorial, Max creators Cycling '74 demonstrate some of the features of Mono Sequencer.
Ableton Live 9 includes some exciting new device developments, made in partnership with Cytomic. Cytomic's Glue Compressor is now a native device in Live 9, featuring a new GUI and expanded sidechaining options. Additionally, we worked with Cytomic on new filter algorithms for EQ8. Here's Cytomic's Andrew Simper on the ...
With so many new features in Live 9, you might be looking for a demonstration of how everything works together. With his video, "Live 9 in 9 Minutes", Ableton Certified Trainer Tom Cosm looks to "cover everything [in Live 9] in the shortest amount of time possible."