It’s a fascinating journey through the software history - akin to looking through Live’s baby photos - with the added bonus of some chat about how the software came to be in the first place. Thanks to changes in operating system support, a variety of computer hardware was required to complete the task.
While a lot has changed over the years, it’s fair to say that some of Live’s key concepts were in place right from the start, and many elements of version 1 - the presence of the dedicated Session and Arrange views, for example - will be familiar even to those you came to the software later on.
The film might also serve up some surprises - did you know that, when it launched, Live had no MIDI sequencing features, for example?
If you’ve got half an hour to spare, you can take this technological trip down memory lane above.