I'm just getting started with Ubuntu here, so please bear with me :)I installed Ableton 9 Live Suite using PlayOnLinux, and I cannot apply the patch. The patch maker I downloaded generates a.auz file and I haven't been able to apply nor dragging it to Ableton nor through Terminal.
Ableton Live is the most popular free music production software on the planet. It's available as a Mac, PC and iOS app, and is recommended for use by all aspiring electronic musicians. The exact version of Ableton you use is determined by your operating system and computer model. For example, if you have Windows 10, you will be able to play your existing, registered version of Ableton Live, and if you have a MacBook, you can download and install Ableton's free software from the Mac App Store.
To apply a patch, you need to open Ableton Live by double-clicking on the application shortcut or by clicking the icon on your Windows taskbar. Select Preferences from the Audion menu. Then, in the Preferences window, click on Patching. Choose the AUZ file you created and click to Add. You should see the AUZ file show up in the Patching window as a patch for Ableton Live. Click OK to apply the patch.
Ableton software products have a two-step licensing process. The first step is to create a personal copy of the software. This includes registering the license (and purchasing a copy) to validate the installed software. The second step is to authorize the license. This is used to manage the software and prevent unauthorized software from being used on multiple computers.
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