Inspiring Racks & Ableton Live Packs For Your DAW
Ableton Live packs bursting with sonic variety and flavour, full to the brim with huge drum samples, custom drum racks, inspiring music loops and flexible Audio Effect Racks - this is what you can expect from the ModeAudio sound catalogue and then some!
Slam your Ableton User Library into overdrive with our royalty-free Ableton instruments and packs, featuring full customisation of one of the finest DAWs around! All our hits & patches packs come with pro Instrument Rack presets, complete with macro and FX routings. Our loop packs are primed for Ableton's warp function and many include Ableton Live template projects for quick access to the audio.
In a nutshell, we only include samples and presets in our Ableton sound packs that we use in our own music. From beginner to expert and DJ to music producer, the ModeAudio library contains all the beats, loops and sound effects you'll need to kick-start that next track!
Ableton Live Packs FAQ
Q: What is Ableton Live?
A: Ableton Live is a digital audio workstation or DAW, which is a piece of computer software dedicated to music production. Live can be used to create electronic music, through the recording, generation, editing, arranging and processing of digital audio, for the purposes of both recorded audio and live performance.
Q: What is an Ableton Live pack?
A: An Ableton Live pack is a folder of audio clips, MIDI files and presets for exclusive use within the Live DAW. Live presets are usually referred to as 'Racks', coming in the form of a 'Drum Rack', 'Instrument Rack' and 'Audio Effect Rack', depending on the type of content the preset stores.
Q: How do I download Ableton Live packs?
A: You can download Ableton Live packs right here on ModeAudio! Browse our royalty-free collection above, where you can purchase and download packs for use in your software. You can install your Live packs using our detailed instructions.
Q: Who created Ableton Live?
A: Live was created by German company Ableton, co-founded by musicians Gerhard Behles, Robert Henke and Bernd Roggendorf. Behles and Henke had previously collaborated in the musical group Monolake.
Q: Why is Ableton Live popular?
A: Ableton Live is popular due to its dual nature as software used to create recorded audio as well as to facilitate live performance. Live's clip-based 'session view' offers a sophisticated environment for the triggering of audio clips in real-time, plus its suite of soft synths, samplers and effects are lauded for their ease of use and extensive features.