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How to Authorize Ableton Live 9 on Windows
Ableton Live 9 is a powerful and versatile music production software that allows you to create, perform, and record your musical ideas. However, before you can use it, you need to authorize it with your Ableton user account. This article will show you how to authorize Ableton Live 9 on Windows using two methods: online and offline.
Authorizing Live Online
Authorizing online is the easiest way to authorize, as Live connects directly to the Ableton server and authorizes automatically. You'll need internet access for the computer on which Live is installed and an internet browser. We recommend Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Here are the steps to authorize Live online:
After launching Live, you'll see the following authorization dialog:
Log in to your Ableton user account (if not already logged in).
Select your Live license from the list:
Click on Authorize. This switches the focus back to Live.
Once Live has been authorized successfully, you'll receive confirmation.
You can now use Live without any limitations. If you want to learn more about authorizing Live online, you can visit the official Ableton website.
Authorizing Live Offline
If your computer doesn't have an internet connection, or you've upgraded to Live 10 and are trying to authorize Live 9, you can use the offline authorization method. This method involves generating a file with your computer's hardware code and uploading it to the Ableton website from another device that has internet access. Here are the steps to authorize Live offline:
Install Live on the computer that you wish to use it on.
When Live starts, you will see an authorization dialog. Click on No Internet on this computer.
Live will display another window in which the hardware code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the Offline Authorization process:
Copy the hardware code and save it to a file (e.g. hardware_code.txt) on a removable storage device (e.g. USB stick).
Go to a computer that has internet access and open your internet browser.
Go to [ableton.com/offline-authorization] and log in to your Ableton user account (if not already logged in).
Select your Live license from the list.
Click on Choose File and browse to the file that contains your hardware code (e.g. hardware_code.txt).
Click on Upload File. This will generate an authorization file (e.g. Unlock.cfg) that you can download.
Save the authorization file to the same removable storage device that contains your hardware code file.
Go back to the computer that has Live installed and open the removable storage device.
Copy the authorization file (e.g. Unlock.cfg) and paste it into this folder: C:\\Users\\[YourUsername]\\AppData\\Roaming\\Ableton\\Live x.x.x\\Unlock\\ (replace x.x.x with the correct Live version, e.g. Live 9.7.7).
Launch Live. It should now be authorized and ready to use.
You can now use Live without any limitations. If you want to learn more about authorizing Live offline, you can visit the official Ableton website.
If you encounter any problems while authorizing Live, you can check out these troubleshooting tips from Ableton or contact their support team. They will be happy to assist you with any issues or questions you may have.
Ableton Live 9 is a great software for making music, but you need to authorize it before you can use it. You can choose between two methods: online and offline. Both methods are easy and straightforward, but you need to follow the steps carefully. Once you have authorized Live, you can enjoy its full features and unleash your creativity. We hope this article was helpful and informative. Happy music making!