I play the keyboard here in my church... and lately, we've been searching for new ways to improve our worship. So i bought a Korg Nanokontrol 2, a MIDI controller keyboard and a audio interface (Presonos AudioBox iTwo).

My question is... what's the most used software for live keyboard worship performance? Oh, and i has to work in PC (my macbook is broken)... I've heard people talking about Ableton Live, but it seems that it's not specially made for live performance, but most for recording and looping...

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    Equipment recommendation questions are off-topic here. Just to clarify, Ableton Live is for live recording and looping in real time. It's also used for recording things ahead of time and then triggering the loops/samples/etc. It's also a low resource host application for virtual instrument management and MIDI routing. You might instead ask your question at softwarerecs.stackexchange.com – Todd Wilcox Jun 21 '16 at 15:14