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AbletonIndo, adalah tempat berkumpul dan berbagi di antara sesama pengguna Ableton Live. Mohon support dan dukungan serta kontribusi dari seluruh pengguna dan penggemar Ableton Live. Semoga bisa turut memperkaya wawasan serta skill dalam menggunakan DAW interaktif kesayangan kita ini!


Untuk sesepuh dan senior mohon untuk berbagi ilmu n memberi bimbingan. Bagi nubie, jgn segan2 untuk bertanya..karena malu bertanya, sesat di DAW emoticon-Big Grin Meskipun itu pertanyaan sederhana..tidak ada istilah "Nubitol" disini, semua adalah sesama anak warung, yg nongkrong, saling membantu, memajukan n yg terpenting ngupi bareng emoticon-coffee

Warung kita ini terbuka untuk berbagai hal seru yang positif, membangun dan bermanfaat..mulai dari pembahasan hardware, software, drum machine dan synthesizer..sample, musik ethnic, VST, iPAD...teknik bermain musik dan live performance, beatbox, chiptune, lo-fi...mixing dan mastering, sampe film yg musiknya keren atau sound fxnya ajib..hingga Native Instruments dan Traktor, khususnya segala sesuatu mengenai Ableton Live dan hardware/software pendukungnya.

Buat temen2 yg baru n silent reader..jgn ragu2 posting yaa, meskipun itu cuma sekedar posting persahabatan. yg penting dengan tujuan untuk membuat warung semakin mengenal satu dengan lainnya..karena tak kenal maka tak sayang emoticon-thumbsup

Sebelumnya harap memperkenalkan diri, biar kita bisa lebih kenal satu dengan yang lain n lebih akrab pas kumpul-kumpul.
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ALL for Live!

ALL for Live! "The Sequel" part 1

ALL for Live! "The Sequel" part 2
Diubah oleh crystalmsc

ane kopas dari official webnya ableton. mungkin bisa ditaro di page one

The installation size of the boxed version of Ableton Suite 8 is 48 GB. The downloadable version requires 4.6 GB of hard drive space.

Mac: 1.8 GHz G4/G5 or faster (Intel® Mac recommended), 2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended, if supported by your computer), Mac OS X 10.4.11 (10.5 or later recommended), DVD-ROM drive

Windows: 2 GHz Pentium® 4 or Celeron® compatible CPU or faster (multicore CPU recommended), 2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended on Windows Vista and Windows 7), Windows XP (home or Pro), Windows Vista or Windows 7, sound card (ASIO driver support recommended), DVD-ROM drive, QuickTime recommended

ada tips dari jksuperstar di

1.) PLENTY of COOLING. If the laptop you ultimately choose runs hot, get EXTRA COOLING. I can't stress this. If you're laptop runs hot, it will slow the processor down, and will definitely shorten the life of it. ANd if it slows down during a show, do you really want drop outs in your live set?

2.) 1GB of RAM. 2GB if you can afford it and will be running lots of samples. THe more you can run in "RAM" mode, the less the system has to make accesses to slower components like disk drives, and the less work it takes to play those ultimately, it does save CPU %, but can also improve latency and system responsiveness.

3.) Try your damndest (sp?) to get a laptop that has a video system with it's own RAM. Many of the latest offerings with hyper cache, etc, can act like a hybrid dedicated RAM/system RAM. These aren't that bad(it's what my system uses), but definitely avoid systems that have only shared RAM. This means the video card uses your system RAM and that means VERY poor performance, regardless of how fast your processor is.

4.) When you first get it, create a new hardware profile, and disable EVERYTHING that's not in use during audio sessions. You'll have to reboot & choose this mde when making music, vs. web surfing and game playing, but it's worth it. Things to disable are ethernet and wireless, extra usb/IEEE1394, harddrives, onboard sound, and anything else like security and other software packages that aren't needed to make music. Absolutely turn off any anti-virus for this profile. It reduces IRQs, and releases your CPU & OS from stopping to check on these functions even when they aren't used.

5.) Try for a dual core. It's the future, and most apps, including ableton (this fall), will be re-coded to take advantage of them. This probably will land you in the 1.8 - 2.5 GHz category. PLENTY of power for the app and lots of VSTs.

6.) Last but not least - Install FSAutoStart (google it), learn how to use it, and always run it before doing your live session. This utility allows you to turn off certain software, drivers, and system utilities while your program runs. THen will restart them after your done, if you so desire. Which frees memory and allows more CPU cycles to do what you want them to do (make music). One BIG thing I turn off is explorer -- you'll loose your desktop and nice clock and "start" button, temporarily, but you'll gain 36MB of memory, and one of M$'s biggest CPU hogs. You can have FSautostart do this, or try it right now for yourself -- CTRL-ALT-DEL, Task Manager -> Processes, then right-click and stop the explorer process. You can CTRL-ALT-DEL, Task Manager, and at the bottom of "applications" tab, you can start a New Task... and type explorer to bring it back.
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