Well, that's your opinion and I can not change it but the advantage of the subscription is to learn at your own pace and in many different areas and at different levels. There's plenty of beginners courses on Ableton's Live to start with, just dealing with the DAW itself & it's stock plugins.
We all have been there once, don't forget It's quite confusing to know what to learn and where to grab the knowledge that you really need when you start, and again, that's why I think that S.A is a real academy in the opposite, because of the diversity of the tutorials & their levels. And just about pricing & value, check other subscriptions or pricing for individual tutorials by other sites and IMHO, S.A is one of the most competitive !
You have to take advantage of the search features on the tutorial page, when starting it's really important not to overwhelm yourself with too much advanced techniques.
It's a long and never ending learning curve when it comes to music production, it really is and we all know how frustrating & cumbersome it can be. Give you time, learn your DAW & the "inside the box" method before watching more complex courses involving higher end plugins & tools.
Just as an example here are some courses to learn more about Live when starting, and the last one is a very recent one showing you a full "Filtered House" genre track only using Live 10 inside the box ( except for ANA 2 & KICK 2 )
But OK, not trying to convince you to keep your subscription active here, I'm just moderating & trying to help users, and the folks at S.A won't blame you either, they are cool guys !
Hope that could help & have a nice weekend