Ableton Live Works In Windows 7!

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  1. Posts : 14
    windows xp pro / windows 7
       #11

    thats great news, i too am an ableton user with an AK1.I was hoping there would be a few other peeps out there to troubleshoot with,which leads me to the question...are you guys running 64 or 32 bit W7?
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  2. Posts : 27
    Windows 7 64bit
       #12

    Running Ableton Live without major issues on 64bit. I AM having trouble getting some plugins authorized. 3rd party stuff. Guru in particular and some oddball ones. It's always authorization in Live won't go through. Run as Admin and all that and I just give up on some of them.

    EVERYTHING works fine under Sonar. Live is being a pain in the butt. All in all, it works, no major complaints.
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  3. Posts : 14
    windows xp pro / windows 7
       #13

    Yeah ive had no probs with live 7 and plugs on 64 bit WIN 7.But could not get my Audio Kontrol 1 going, so now im on 32 bit WIN 7 and everything is running smoooooth.Pity though really wanted 64 bit to make use of the memory.....just gotta hope that other devs are gonna support it.(native instruments r u reading this?)
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  4. Posts : 28,845
    Win 8 Release candidate 8400
       #14

    juanpablo1313 said:
    How about any plugins? Maybe from Native Instruments?

    Great new.
    Are there any native plugins?
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  5. Posts : 14
    windows xp pro / windows 7
       #15

    How did you go with your audio kontrol.There is limited support for 64 bit OS from NI but it didnt work for me,pity.....hopefully we'll get something from them soon.It does work in 32 bit win 7 however it hung on me once requiring a reboot (was playing BIO SHOCK) which so far is performing better than in winxp pro.havent noticed any real improvement in usb latency as others have reported.Would love to get AK1 running on 64 bit.
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  6. Posts : 14
    windows xp pro / windows 7
       #16

    zigzag3143 said:
    Are there any native plugins?

    What do you mean exactly zigzag?
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  7. Posts : 1
    Windows 7
       #17

    I seem to have run into a couple of issues with Live and my midi controllers - using an AKAI MPK29 and an MPD32, and for some reason when I try to assign a control to a knob fader or button nothing happens.
    It auto assigns the faders to volume controls sometimes, I get notes but cant assign anything.

    Is this a driver issue or something to do with the controllers not liking the combination of Live and Win7?
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  8. Posts : 27
    Windows 7 64bit
       #18

    Make sure you click the keyboard off before trying to midi map. If PC keyboard is on, it basically cockblocks you from midi map.
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  9. Posts : 307
    XP Pro, Windows 7 Ultimate 64 & 32 Build 7022
    Thread Starter
       #19

    enTRAPAG said:
    Make sure you click the keyboard off before trying to midi map. If PC keyboard is on, it basically cockblocks you from midi map.
    You said cockblock, lol, I'm using 32 bit and everything works great except my Soundblaster USB card, which doesn't work well in XP either, I can't setup a set of channels just for monitoring through headphones, I use Ableton for DJing & production, I have M Audio Trigger finger & O2 keyboard that work well, no issues.
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  10. Posts : 1
    Windows 7100 32 bits
       #20

    nice to see there is hope ...
    Just cant make ableton process any sound without artifacts :/ ... many pops & clicks all over
    Been using ableton for about 3 years under XP never had that issue
    The sound device is Presonus Inspire 1394, processing properly out of ableton
    Ableton versions 7.0.3 - 8.1, both with same result

    all kind of help is welcome, thx in advance

    Windows 7100 32
    Last edited by pelman zoo; 27 Sep 2009 at 19:25.
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