Ableton make Live free for 90 days

Ableton make Live free for 90 days

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Ableton have extended the trial period on their music-making software Live from 30 to 90 days. The extended trial period offers the full version of the software, including saving and exporting your creations. They’re the latest in a string of companies to make some of their software free during the extended lockdown period for many around the globe, due to the coronavirus crisis. You can download the free 90-day trial here. 

Last week, Apple announced that Logic would be free for 90 days and previously, Moog and Korg both made their mobile music apps free to download. If you’re looking for more budget in aspirations, check out our list of free music-making tools. 

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