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When we’re discussing Ableton Live, it’s easy to fixate on Live 10 Suite, it’s the best option – if you can afford it. Below that is Live 10 Standard, still well-featured but without some of the extras. Then there’s the very affordable Live 10 Intro, which, although limited, is still totally worthwhile.

Still, there’s another one, Live Lite, which is licensed to manufacturers so they can add value to product bundles.

Over the years, Lite’s been packaged with all kinds of controllers and interfaces; currently, you’ll find it bundled with products from names such as Arturia, Novation, Focusrite and Korg. Hopefully, this will clear up some confusion about the different versions and encourage any non-users reading this to wonder if maybe they’ve got a version of Lite already, or remember that they registered it long ago but haven’t got round to using it!


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