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Authorizing & Installing

Ableton Live has 3 different versions; Intro, Standard and Suite (We recommend Suite). They share common features, but Standard and Suite have additional features, instruments, effects, and Packs. Max For Live is only available in Live Suite.

See the comparison breakdown on their site.

https://www.ableton.com/en/live/compare-editions/

Buy Ableton directly from their site here.

https://www.ableton.com/en/shop/live/

There are also resellers such as Sweetwater and Musicians Friend that may sell a bundled package that includes Ableton Live and a Push2.

Yes.

1) To process a license transfer, the current license owner can login to their account and click ‘Transfer ownership of your license to another person‘:

2) Fill out the recipient’s email address, choose the license you wish to transfer and click ‘Submit’:

3) An email requesting confirmation will then be sent to your email address (check your spam folder or ‘All Mail’ in Gmail):

4) Click ‘Confirm license transfer’ in the email:

5) You will then be redirected to Ableton.com to confirm the transfer:

6) A final email will then be sent to both parties to confirm once the license has been transferred.

“Please note that only an entire Live license can be transferred: all Live versions and corresponding serial numbers contained in the license will also be acquired by the buyer. This applies to Suite and upgrades; you can only transfer the whole thing.”

Yes. If both of those computers are yours. According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

If you want to know how to Sync 2 computers running Ableton, see “Play Together with Ableton Link”

 

To authorize Ableton Live, go to Preferences, Licenses Maintenance, then click “authorize at ableton.com.” You will then be redirected to Ableton’s site and asked to login to your account if you aren’t already. Once logged in, select the license to authorize. Click on “Authorize” and the ableton.com server will send authorization information to your computer.

Authorizing Live online

“Authorizing online is the easiest way to authorize, as Live connects directly to the Ableton server and authorizes automatically. To authorize online, you will need internet access for the computer on which you have installed Live and an internet browser.”

Authorizing Live offline

“If the computer on which you’ve installed Live is not connected to the internet, follow these instructions to authorize:

  • When starting Live, you will see an authorization dialog. Please click on “No Internet on this computer”:
  • Live will display another dialog window in which the Hardware-Code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the Offline Authorization process
  • You can  save this information as a text file to make it easier to refer to in the following steps (just click on “Save…” on the bottom right corner).
  • Take your hardware code (or the saved text file) as well as a portable storage device such as a USB key to a computer with an internet connection.
  • On the internet-connected computer, log into your Ableton user account.
  • Enter your hardware code from Live and click “Download File.” The Ableton server will generate an authorization (.auz) file for the computer you want to authorize Live on.
  • Save the authorization file to your portable storage device and bring it back to the computer Live is installed on.
  • Open Live 10 and drag the .auz file onto the authorization dialog”
According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

Ableton allows for you to authorize 2 of your own computers. If you need to authorize an additional computer, login to your Ableton.com account and contact support directly. (Click the help tab, and scroll near to the bottom to the Contact Support section).

 

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Ableton Questions

Questions about Authorizing & Installing Ableton?

Authorizing & Installing

Ableton Live has 3 different versions; Intro, Standard and Suite (We recommend Suite). They share common features, but Standard and Suite have additional features, instruments, effects, and Packs. Max For Live is only available in Live Suite.

See the comparison breakdown on their site.

https://www.ableton.com/en/live/compare-editions/

Buy Ableton directly from their site here.

https://www.ableton.com/en/shop/live/

There are also resellers such as Sweetwater and Musicians Friend that may sell a bundled package that includes Ableton Live and a Push2.

Yes.

1) To process a license transfer, the current license owner can login to their account and click ‘Transfer ownership of your license to another person‘:

2) Fill out the recipient’s email address, choose the license you wish to transfer and click ‘Submit’:

3) An email requesting confirmation will then be sent to your email address (check your spam folder or ‘All Mail’ in Gmail):

4) Click ‘Confirm license transfer’ in the email:

5) You will then be redirected to Ableton.com to confirm the transfer:

6) A final email will then be sent to both parties to confirm once the license has been transferred.

“Please note that only an entire Live license can be transferred: all Live versions and corresponding serial numbers contained in the license will also be acquired by the buyer. This applies to Suite and upgrades; you can only transfer the whole thing.”

Yes. If both of those computers are yours. According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

If you want to know how to Sync 2 computers running Ableton, see “Play Together with Ableton Link”

 

To authorize Ableton Live, go to Preferences, Licenses Maintenance, then click “authorize at ableton.com.” You will then be redirected to Ableton’s site and asked to login to your account if you aren’t already. Once logged in, select the license to authorize. Click on “Authorize” and the ableton.com server will send authorization information to your computer.

Authorizing Live online

“Authorizing online is the easiest way to authorize, as Live connects directly to the Ableton server and authorizes automatically. To authorize online, you will need internet access for the computer on which you have installed Live and an internet browser.”

Authorizing Live offline

“If the computer on which you’ve installed Live is not connected to the internet, follow these instructions to authorize:

  • When starting Live, you will see an authorization dialog. Please click on “No Internet on this computer”:
  • Live will display another dialog window in which the Hardware-Code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the Offline Authorization process
  • You can  save this information as a text file to make it easier to refer to in the following steps (just click on “Save…” on the bottom right corner).
  • Take your hardware code (or the saved text file) as well as a portable storage device such as a USB key to a computer with an internet connection.
  • On the internet-connected computer, log into your Ableton user account.
  • Enter your hardware code from Live and click “Download File.” The Ableton server will generate an authorization (.auz) file for the computer you want to authorize Live on.
  • Save the authorization file to your portable storage device and bring it back to the computer Live is installed on.
  • Open Live 10 and drag the .auz file onto the authorization dialog”
According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

Ableton allows for you to authorize 2 of your own computers. If you need to authorize an additional computer, login to your Ableton.com account and contact support directly. (Click the help tab, and scroll near to the bottom to the Contact Support section).

 

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Beginner Ableton Questions? We all start somewhere

Authorizing & Installing

Ableton Live has 3 different versions; Intro, Standard and Suite (We recommend Suite). They share common features, but Standard and Suite have additional features, instruments, effects, and Packs. Max For Live is only available in Live Suite.

See the comparison breakdown on their site.

https://www.ableton.com/en/live/compare-editions/

Buy Ableton directly from their site here.

https://www.ableton.com/en/shop/live/

There are also resellers such as Sweetwater and Musicians Friend that may sell a bundled package that includes Ableton Live and a Push2.

Yes.

1) To process a license transfer, the current license owner can login to their account and click ‘Transfer ownership of your license to another person‘:

2) Fill out the recipient’s email address, choose the license you wish to transfer and click ‘Submit’:

3) An email requesting confirmation will then be sent to your email address (check your spam folder or ‘All Mail’ in Gmail):

4) Click ‘Confirm license transfer’ in the email:

5) You will then be redirected to Ableton.com to confirm the transfer:

6) A final email will then be sent to both parties to confirm once the license has been transferred.

“Please note that only an entire Live license can be transferred: all Live versions and corresponding serial numbers contained in the license will also be acquired by the buyer. This applies to Suite and upgrades; you can only transfer the whole thing.”

Yes. If both of those computers are yours. According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

If you want to know how to Sync 2 computers running Ableton, see “Play Together with Ableton Link”

 

To authorize Ableton Live, go to Preferences, Licenses Maintenance, then click “authorize at ableton.com.” You will then be redirected to Ableton’s site and asked to login to your account if you aren’t already. Once logged in, select the license to authorize. Click on “Authorize” and the ableton.com server will send authorization information to your computer.

Authorizing Live online

“Authorizing online is the easiest way to authorize, as Live connects directly to the Ableton server and authorizes automatically. To authorize online, you will need internet access for the computer on which you have installed Live and an internet browser.”

Authorizing Live offline

“If the computer on which you’ve installed Live is not connected to the internet, follow these instructions to authorize:

  • When starting Live, you will see an authorization dialog. Please click on “No Internet on this computer”:
  • Live will display another dialog window in which the Hardware-Code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the Offline Authorization process
  • You can  save this information as a text file to make it easier to refer to in the following steps (just click on “Save…” on the bottom right corner).
  • Take your hardware code (or the saved text file) as well as a portable storage device such as a USB key to a computer with an internet connection.
  • On the internet-connected computer, log into your Ableton user account.
  • Enter your hardware code from Live and click “Download File.” The Ableton server will generate an authorization (.auz) file for the computer you want to authorize Live on.
  • Save the authorization file to your portable storage device and bring it back to the computer Live is installed on.
  • Open Live 10 and drag the .auz file onto the authorization dialog”
According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

Ableton allows for you to authorize 2 of your own computers. If you need to authorize an additional computer, login to your Ableton.com account and contact support directly. (Click the help tab, and scroll near to the bottom to the Contact Support section).

 

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Ableton and your computer?

Authorizing & Installing

Ableton Live has 3 different versions; Intro, Standard and Suite (We recommend Suite). They share common features, but Standard and Suite have additional features, instruments, effects, and Packs. Max For Live is only available in Live Suite.

See the comparison breakdown on their site.

https://www.ableton.com/en/live/compare-editions/

Buy Ableton directly from their site here.

https://www.ableton.com/en/shop/live/

There are also resellers such as Sweetwater and Musicians Friend that may sell a bundled package that includes Ableton Live and a Push2.

Yes.

1) To process a license transfer, the current license owner can login to their account and click ‘Transfer ownership of your license to another person‘:

2) Fill out the recipient’s email address, choose the license you wish to transfer and click ‘Submit’:

3) An email requesting confirmation will then be sent to your email address (check your spam folder or ‘All Mail’ in Gmail):

4) Click ‘Confirm license transfer’ in the email:

5) You will then be redirected to Ableton.com to confirm the transfer:

6) A final email will then be sent to both parties to confirm once the license has been transferred.

“Please note that only an entire Live license can be transferred: all Live versions and corresponding serial numbers contained in the license will also be acquired by the buyer. This applies to Suite and upgrades; you can only transfer the whole thing.”

Yes. If both of those computers are yours. According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

If you want to know how to Sync 2 computers running Ableton, see “Play Together with Ableton Link”

 

To authorize Ableton Live, go to Preferences, Licenses Maintenance, then click “authorize at ableton.com.” You will then be redirected to Ableton’s site and asked to login to your account if you aren’t already. Once logged in, select the license to authorize. Click on “Authorize” and the ableton.com server will send authorization information to your computer.

Authorizing Live online

“Authorizing online is the easiest way to authorize, as Live connects directly to the Ableton server and authorizes automatically. To authorize online, you will need internet access for the computer on which you have installed Live and an internet browser.”

Authorizing Live offline

“If the computer on which you’ve installed Live is not connected to the internet, follow these instructions to authorize:

  • When starting Live, you will see an authorization dialog. Please click on “No Internet on this computer”:
  • Live will display another dialog window in which the Hardware-Code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the Offline Authorization process
  • You can  save this information as a text file to make it easier to refer to in the following steps (just click on “Save…” on the bottom right corner).
  • Take your hardware code (or the saved text file) as well as a portable storage device such as a USB key to a computer with an internet connection.
  • On the internet-connected computer, log into your Ableton user account.
  • Enter your hardware code from Live and click “Download File.” The Ableton server will generate an authorization (.auz) file for the computer you want to authorize Live on.
  • Save the authorization file to your portable storage device and bring it back to the computer Live is installed on.
  • Open Live 10 and drag the .auz file onto the authorization dialog”
According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

Ableton allows for you to authorize 2 of your own computers. If you need to authorize an additional computer, login to your Ableton.com account and contact support directly. (Click the help tab, and scroll near to the bottom to the Contact Support section).

 

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Organizing your Ableton Projects?

Authorizing & Installing

Ableton Live has 3 different versions; Intro, Standard and Suite (We recommend Suite). They share common features, but Standard and Suite have additional features, instruments, effects, and Packs. Max For Live is only available in Live Suite.

See the comparison breakdown on their site.

https://www.ableton.com/en/live/compare-editions/

Buy Ableton directly from their site here.

https://www.ableton.com/en/shop/live/

There are also resellers such as Sweetwater and Musicians Friend that may sell a bundled package that includes Ableton Live and a Push2.

Yes.

1) To process a license transfer, the current license owner can login to their account and click ‘Transfer ownership of your license to another person‘:

2) Fill out the recipient’s email address, choose the license you wish to transfer and click ‘Submit’:

3) An email requesting confirmation will then be sent to your email address (check your spam folder or ‘All Mail’ in Gmail):

4) Click ‘Confirm license transfer’ in the email:

5) You will then be redirected to Ableton.com to confirm the transfer:

6) A final email will then be sent to both parties to confirm once the license has been transferred.

“Please note that only an entire Live license can be transferred: all Live versions and corresponding serial numbers contained in the license will also be acquired by the buyer. This applies to Suite and upgrades; you can only transfer the whole thing.”

Yes. If both of those computers are yours. According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

If you want to know how to Sync 2 computers running Ableton, see “Play Together with Ableton Link”

 

To authorize Ableton Live, go to Preferences, Licenses Maintenance, then click “authorize at ableton.com.” You will then be redirected to Ableton’s site and asked to login to your account if you aren’t already. Once logged in, select the license to authorize. Click on “Authorize” and the ableton.com server will send authorization information to your computer.

Authorizing Live online

“Authorizing online is the easiest way to authorize, as Live connects directly to the Ableton server and authorizes automatically. To authorize online, you will need internet access for the computer on which you have installed Live and an internet browser.”

Authorizing Live offline

“If the computer on which you’ve installed Live is not connected to the internet, follow these instructions to authorize:

  • When starting Live, you will see an authorization dialog. Please click on “No Internet on this computer”:
  • Live will display another dialog window in which the Hardware-Code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the Offline Authorization process
  • You can  save this information as a text file to make it easier to refer to in the following steps (just click on “Save…” on the bottom right corner).
  • Take your hardware code (or the saved text file) as well as a portable storage device such as a USB key to a computer with an internet connection.
  • On the internet-connected computer, log into your Ableton user account.
  • Enter your hardware code from Live and click “Download File.” The Ableton server will generate an authorization (.auz) file for the computer you want to authorize Live on.
  • Save the authorization file to your portable storage device and bring it back to the computer Live is installed on.
  • Open Live 10 and drag the .auz file onto the authorization dialog”
According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

Ableton allows for you to authorize 2 of your own computers. If you need to authorize an additional computer, login to your Ableton.com account and contact support directly. (Click the help tab, and scroll near to the bottom to the Contact Support section).

 

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Ableton and Midi Controllers?

Authorizing & Installing

Ableton Live has 3 different versions; Intro, Standard and Suite (We recommend Suite). They share common features, but Standard and Suite have additional features, instruments, effects, and Packs. Max For Live is only available in Live Suite.

See the comparison breakdown on their site.

https://www.ableton.com/en/live/compare-editions/

Buy Ableton directly from their site here.

https://www.ableton.com/en/shop/live/

There are also resellers such as Sweetwater and Musicians Friend that may sell a bundled package that includes Ableton Live and a Push2.

Yes.

1) To process a license transfer, the current license owner can login to their account and click ‘Transfer ownership of your license to another person‘:

2) Fill out the recipient’s email address, choose the license you wish to transfer and click ‘Submit’:

3) An email requesting confirmation will then be sent to your email address (check your spam folder or ‘All Mail’ in Gmail):

4) Click ‘Confirm license transfer’ in the email:

5) You will then be redirected to Ableton.com to confirm the transfer:

6) A final email will then be sent to both parties to confirm once the license has been transferred.

“Please note that only an entire Live license can be transferred: all Live versions and corresponding serial numbers contained in the license will also be acquired by the buyer. This applies to Suite and upgrades; you can only transfer the whole thing.”

Yes. If both of those computers are yours. According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

If you want to know how to Sync 2 computers running Ableton, see “Play Together with Ableton Link”

 

To authorize Ableton Live, go to Preferences, Licenses Maintenance, then click “authorize at ableton.com.” You will then be redirected to Ableton’s site and asked to login to your account if you aren’t already. Once logged in, select the license to authorize. Click on “Authorize” and the ableton.com server will send authorization information to your computer.

Authorizing Live online

“Authorizing online is the easiest way to authorize, as Live connects directly to the Ableton server and authorizes automatically. To authorize online, you will need internet access for the computer on which you have installed Live and an internet browser.”

Authorizing Live offline

“If the computer on which you’ve installed Live is not connected to the internet, follow these instructions to authorize:

  • When starting Live, you will see an authorization dialog. Please click on “No Internet on this computer”:
  • Live will display another dialog window in which the Hardware-Code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the Offline Authorization process
  • You can  save this information as a text file to make it easier to refer to in the following steps (just click on “Save…” on the bottom right corner).
  • Take your hardware code (or the saved text file) as well as a portable storage device such as a USB key to a computer with an internet connection.
  • On the internet-connected computer, log into your Ableton user account.
  • Enter your hardware code from Live and click “Download File.” The Ableton server will generate an authorization (.auz) file for the computer you want to authorize Live on.
  • Save the authorization file to your portable storage device and bring it back to the computer Live is installed on.
  • Open Live 10 and drag the .auz file onto the authorization dialog”
According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

Ableton allows for you to authorize 2 of your own computers. If you need to authorize an additional computer, login to your Ableton.com account and contact support directly. (Click the help tab, and scroll near to the bottom to the Contact Support section).

 

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Ableton Instruments?

Authorizing & Installing

Ableton Live has 3 different versions; Intro, Standard and Suite (We recommend Suite). They share common features, but Standard and Suite have additional features, instruments, effects, and Packs. Max For Live is only available in Live Suite.

See the comparison breakdown on their site.

https://www.ableton.com/en/live/compare-editions/

Buy Ableton directly from their site here.

https://www.ableton.com/en/shop/live/

There are also resellers such as Sweetwater and Musicians Friend that may sell a bundled package that includes Ableton Live and a Push2.

Yes.

1) To process a license transfer, the current license owner can login to their account and click ‘Transfer ownership of your license to another person‘:

2) Fill out the recipient’s email address, choose the license you wish to transfer and click ‘Submit’:

3) An email requesting confirmation will then be sent to your email address (check your spam folder or ‘All Mail’ in Gmail):

4) Click ‘Confirm license transfer’ in the email:

5) You will then be redirected to Ableton.com to confirm the transfer:

6) A final email will then be sent to both parties to confirm once the license has been transferred.

“Please note that only an entire Live license can be transferred: all Live versions and corresponding serial numbers contained in the license will also be acquired by the buyer. This applies to Suite and upgrades; you can only transfer the whole thing.”

Yes. If both of those computers are yours. According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

If you want to know how to Sync 2 computers running Ableton, see “Play Together with Ableton Link”

 

To authorize Ableton Live, go to Preferences, Licenses Maintenance, then click “authorize at ableton.com.” You will then be redirected to Ableton’s site and asked to login to your account if you aren’t already. Once logged in, select the license to authorize. Click on “Authorize” and the ableton.com server will send authorization information to your computer.

Authorizing Live online

“Authorizing online is the easiest way to authorize, as Live connects directly to the Ableton server and authorizes automatically. To authorize online, you will need internet access for the computer on which you have installed Live and an internet browser.”

Authorizing Live offline

“If the computer on which you’ve installed Live is not connected to the internet, follow these instructions to authorize:

  • When starting Live, you will see an authorization dialog. Please click on “No Internet on this computer”:
  • Live will display another dialog window in which the Hardware-Code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the Offline Authorization process
  • You can  save this information as a text file to make it easier to refer to in the following steps (just click on “Save…” on the bottom right corner).
  • Take your hardware code (or the saved text file) as well as a portable storage device such as a USB key to a computer with an internet connection.
  • On the internet-connected computer, log into your Ableton user account.
  • Enter your hardware code from Live and click “Download File.” The Ableton server will generate an authorization (.auz) file for the computer you want to authorize Live on.
  • Save the authorization file to your portable storage device and bring it back to the computer Live is installed on.
  • Open Live 10 and drag the .auz file onto the authorization dialog”
According to Ableton’s site,

“A regular Live license is intended for a single user and cannot be shared.

Each license covers the use of the software on two active computers owned by the registered user.

A new authorization may become necessary in the event of replacing essential hardware components (motherboard, hard drive, graphic card, etc.) or after an operating system reinstallation. In such cases, you will be informed by an automated email to your registered address and additional authorizations can be requested from your user account.”

Ableton allows for you to authorize 2 of your own computers. If you need to authorize an additional computer, login to your Ableton.com account and contact support directly. (Click the help tab, and scroll near to the bottom to the Contact Support section).

 

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