Get Ableton Live 11 Suite and a Push 2 for 35% Off

Budget controllers, cracked software, an open question of whether your DAW project is going to save or crash—we've all been there.

But if you're serious about making music, you owe it to yourself to invest in pro-level tools. And when pro-level equipment is on sale? Well, there's no better time to do it.

Right now, you can get the absolute best Ableton offers—the top-tier Live 11 Suite and a Push 2 controller—for 35% off. That's a cool $549 in savings, an almost unprecedented discount from Ableton. And it's only available for a limited time, if you buy now in the Ableton US Shop on Reverb. (Deal available to US buyers only.)

Ableton Live 11 Suite + Push 2 Controller Bundle
35% off, only on Reverb

Live Suite is Ableton's full package. With it, you get: 17 virtual instruments, 70GB of core library sounds, 60 audio effects, and everything you need to get inspired and create a song from start to finish. And with the Push 2 you can control all of it quickly, with hassle-free integration, and easily incorporate Ableton into your live performances, if you so desire.

Why Live 11 Suite?

10 Reasons to Upgrade to Live 11 Standard or Suite

While Ableton has long been a leading software for electronic producers and performers, the features in Live 11 make it the best version yet for all kinds of music makers. So whether you want to record live instruments and vocals or create productions entirely within the software, it's never been easier.

There are several features in Live 11 that make it Ableton's best version yet like comping, which allows you to record multiple takes at once and combine the best ones for an optimal recording experience that adds creativity instead of hindering it while in session. The new tempo following feature adjusts your session's tempo in real-time based on incoming audio. This makes it a dynamic part of the band instead of the main tempo that all the bandmates must follow.

Other versions of Live 11, Standard and Lite, are limited by comparison. Instead of 17 VSTs, you only get six or even fewer. Instead of 60 audio effects, you get only half or a third. And if you want to integrate Live easily with modular or semi-modular synths or explore the wide-open world of Max for Live customization, Suite is the only version that can do it.

Why Push 2?

Push 2

By itself, the Ableton Push 2 is the best-selling controller on Reverb. With Suite 11 and Push 2 combined, you can take advantage of the full-color LCD screen on Push 2 to add more visualizations to all of Live's devices.

If you're a solo instrumentalist that records on your own—say, a guitarist creating tracks at home to then flesh out with your band—Push 2 will make the self-recording process a breeze. Right from the controller, you can stop and start recording, punch in, layer, loop, add effects and processors, and more. And if you want to dive even deeper, there's really no limit to how you can use Push 2.

With 64 velocity-sensitive pads, dedicated clip launching controls, and an assignable pitch slider, nearly every function in Live 11 can be controlled without disrupting your workflow by reaching for the mouse.

You can trigger the Drum Rack, control parameters for devices—including custom racks—and use Push as its own playable MIDI controller packed with all the musical scales. Plus, it's even more expressive thanks to Ableton adding polyphonic aftertouch and MPE support, which puts it on par with other pricey pad-grid controllers like the Linnstrument or Lumi Seaboard.

This bundle is an excellent investment for anyone who has previously written off Ableton because of its price tag, or if you've been using a pirated version since high school and crossing your fingers that it holds up. Now's your chance to level up.

Grab your Ableton Live 11 Suite & Push 2 bundle now.

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