The latest version of Ableton Live 11—the software that combines traditional studio technologies with the freedom of working without a timeline—includes a demo song from Australian triple threat NINAJIRACHI. The producer, songwriter and DJ created the track exclusively for Live 11 which shows off its new features and allows users to experiment with working stems.
“It’s such an honor to work on a project like this and I’m really grateful for the opportunity,” says Ninajirachi. “Getting to know all of Ableton’s new features has been so much fun and I’m psyched to know that a piece of my work is part of the package.”
Ableton makes products for music makers to create, produce and perform music. Ableton Live 11—which other features include comping and MPE, new devices for experimentation, features for live performance, chance tools and more is now available at Ableton.com and at local retailers worldwide.
With a sound that embodies a rich, opulent atmosphere and a flawless touch in the studio, Ninajirachi is truly in her own lane. She has built a career that encompasses the spectrum of electronic music, garnering praise from critics (Billboard named her an “Emerging Artist to Watch” in 2020) and notable artists alike. Ninajirachi moved the needle with her record-breaking debut single “Pure Luck” receiving recognition from all over the world leading into the release of her bouncy, unique and full of life debut EP Lapland in 2019. Ninajirachi kicked off 2020 supporting What So Not on tour and delivered new music: she dropped an official remix for deadmau5 & The Neptunes’ “Pomegranate” just before the release of her latest Blumiere EP via NLV Records, a release that’s already been supported by Charli XCX and Anna Lunoe on Beats 1. Her hit single off the EP “Cut The Rope” was added to rotation on triple j and topped Spotify’s New Dance Beats playlist, speaking to Ninajirachi’s prominent influence within the scene. Her latest single “Secretive” with Kota Banks is out now.