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It focuses on slicing, recording and programming beats.

Ableton has announced the next version of its Live software, which adds a host of improvements for its new Push controller.

Live 9.7 is now available in public beta, with a focus on slicing, recording and programming beats with the controller.

According to Ableton, it also features a new drum layout, improved visual feedback, and the ability to route audio and customise colours using Push. It also adapts the sensitivity of Push’s pads depending on what you’re playing.

Live 9.7 is available in beta for members of the Ableton community. It goes on general release soon. Find out more at the Ableton website or watch TecBeatz’s performance walkthrough video below.

Read next: How Ableton’s new Push makes production accessible to all

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