Ableton Updates Live To Version 6.0.5
Ableton has updated Live to version 6.0.5. A Beta of version 6.0.6 also bowed. 6.0.5 features several enhancements over Live 6.0.3.
- Improved the ‘Best’ interpolation setting of the Sampler instrument
- On Windows XP, Live can now address 3GB of memory
- Starting Live on Windows Vista would not longer disable AERO Glass
- Several multi sample import improvements: Better handling of broken EXS files, Sorting imported multi sample parts list before saving Preset, and Prevent buffer overflows on very long filenames/paths.
â€¢ Adding a particular Ableton effect on a multi core/processor computer could lead to a crash
â€¢ Using Tap Tempo functionality on a multi core/processor computer could lead to a crash
â€¢ Cropping a particular sample would lead to a crash
â€¢ Flip parameter of the Gate device would not be saved in presets
â€¢ Changing the value of Sampler’s Morph filter could lead to a crash on an Intel-Mac
â€¢ After installing or uninstalling a Live Pack from within the preferences dialog, the lower half of the Live Packs page would not longer visible
â€¢ There was a problem with Instant mapping
â€¢ After a rendering with Normalize enabled, the next rendering with Normalized disabled would render silence
â€¢ When rendering a file with “Create Analysis File” enabled, the create asd file would not contain the correct loop and tempo setting
â€¢ Under certain circumstances, a click on the “Device Activator” button of an Ableton effect or instrument could select the outer rack
â€¢ When mapping a parameter to a toggle button on a MIDI controller, the parameter would not react to the button in if the ValueScaling mode was active
â€¢ MIDI-Mapping Return tracks without mapping Arm-Buttons would not work
â€¢ Under certain circumstances Live could crash when deleting a track with a VST or VSTi plug-in
when playing back very short samples, changing the transpose value of the Sampler instrument could lead to a crash
â€¢ Doing Cancel in missing file search could lead to a high cpu load because an still running search operation
â€¢ The cross fade mode ‘Transition’ would leak audio at extreme Positions
â€¢ Under certain circumstances, deleting the Saturator effect device could lead to a crash
The Live 6.0.5 update is free for registered users of Live 6. More information on the Ableton Live 6.0.5 Update.