Ableton Live is hardly mentioned in the Pro Audio world, why? I really don't think of it as a DAW platform for tracking instruments but I have a feeling that could be changing. I for one, have always thought of it as a good platform for creating. Should I be using it more? I think this DAW is worth looking at again. Its fast and the plugins sound pretty good. Its weird to look at in an interesting way. Does it work well with Samplitude? Why would I switch? or should I? I'm inclined to get more into Ableton for producing, then taking it over to Samplitude. I would like to hear from more people who use this platform to track and mix real instruments and vocals? Maybe someone that has switched from Pro Tools to Ableton reads this? I would also love to hear mixes with real instruments done on Ableton Live? If you use or know someone that uses Ableton to track real instruments, please chime in here and update us on how this DAW works for you? Or integrates with other DAW's. If you know someone that knows Ableton well, and would like to moderate this forum, surrounded around old school recordists, and can shake it up, I would like to hear from you!