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17 Ableton Tutorials

17 Ableton Tutorials
Ableton Live is a DAW that's not only good at producing music, but it's also useful when you're playing live. It's available for both PCs and Macs, so just about anyone can use the software. One of Live's unique features is its session view. This is a non-linear grid for recording and playing your music ideas in any order. The program can deal with MIDI and audio, supports VST instruments, and has great looping features. It is flexible for musicians, and loved by DJs. The program was first released in 2001, and version 8 came out in April of this year. This article was previously published on the AudioJungle blog. Last week’s article covered Live’s history and features. 1. Ableton have their own Youtube channel of useful tutorials. 2. "Ableton Live is about making music. 3. This video show you how Timofey works with Ableton Live to make electro house music. 4. 5. "Huston Singletary takes you through the process of recording guitar tracks within the Live 7 Arrangement View." 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Creative Reverb Techniques You are probably used to creating your beats, bass and synth sounds, then creating a reverb bus channel, and applying some of that reverb effect to your individual instruments. Sure, this is a nice way to create a room effect that is coherent amongst your instruments and sounds, but what about using some creative techniques with reverb? I am going to show you how to use reverb a little differently to create interesting processing effects with your tracks. I will be using Ableton, but these same principles can be applied in other DAWs as well. Step 1 – Side-chain Reverb

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SOS Tutorials, Techniques & Workshops Previous 100 Ableton LIVE NOTES workshops Groove Mechanics Ableton Live tips & Techniques Trouble finding your groove? Come with us as we dive into Live's Groove Pool... Ableton Ableton AG is a Berlin-based music software company that produces and distributes the production and performance program Ableton Live and the more advanced Ableton Suite, as well as a collection of related instruments and sample libraries. History[edit] Ableton was founded in 1999 by Gerhard Behles, Robert Henke of Monolake and Bernd Roggendorf. MIDI Over Network I’m a big fan of networking, connectivity and remote control. I like it when I can get computers to do the boring stuff so I get to do the fun stuff. This post is another installment in that series. Today, we’re talking about how to send MIDI commands over a network. I’ll leave the what and why for the next post, and today focus on the how. Here’s the basic idea: I have a digital audio console that can send MIDI commands with snapshots (or macros, but that’s another post).

Ultimate Guide to HTML Emails - Tips,Tutorials and Resources HTML emails is a great marketing tool, and if built good, they work great. In 2009 HTML email ROI was $43.52 for every dollar spent on it. If you are a freelancer be aware that sooner or later your clients will start asking for you to build HTML emails. You might think that it’s not a big deal. Just a miniature HTML web page. Ableton Live Tutorial: Learning Operator with Faux M.A.N.D.Y. – Booka Shade Sounds You’ve seen the splashy “sound just like –” headlines in various music magazines. But imitation is, after all, an essential form of musical development. Something magical happens as you try to imitate something – you begin to hear it differently. Sometimes you wind up nailing something exactly, and in the process discover how you might make your own, unique sounds.

Interface an Arduino with Ableton: Light-Controlled Dubstep Wobble Bass Over the years, we’ve seen all kinds of far-out interfaces for music. But where do you begin if you want to just get started? Interfacing a simple sensor with your music software is a decent place to begin. Nick Latocha, aka myredhotcar, uses Max/MSP to connect Ableton to the output of a photodetector (a resistive sensor that is sensitive to changes in light).

MIDI over a Network MIDI over a Network OS X Tiger includes a useful new feature: you can now send MIDI between computers over an ordinary network. You don’t need any additional hardware, and the connection appears as just one more ordinary MIDI port available to your applications. [HOW-TO]Acronis-Bootable CD/DVD w/ image included albator, on Oct 6 2005, 05:27 AM, said: Are you sure that there not a simple way ? I had once create the media rescue cd, and then just open session with nero and add my .tib image file, and everything was woking fine. Or just use the cd, I never install Acronis true image and diskdirector, I just use the bootable cd. I don't really like the idea of a Multisession disc because more space is taken up by the extra session. This can be anywhere from 20 to 50MB.

Ableton Live’s Analog: A Synthesizer Tutorial April 10, 2010 by Ryan Ableton’s Analog synthesizer (introduced in version 7) is an attempt to recreate the vintage sounds of yesterday. Ableton Push Controller with Live 9 Standard at Gear4Music Full Description View Full Description Beatmaking Capabilities Ableton's Push has 64 velocity sensitive pads that give you countless ways of producing beats. Adjust sounds and kits while you play with eight touch-sensitive endless encoders. Hold a pad to repeat notes in time with your track while adjusting swing or the repeat divisions in real time. Chord and scale finder formula Play music while you read. Click me. How to find chords and scales using simple formulas. The only musical knowledge you need is the ability to read the melody line and how to find the notes on a keyboard. If you can do that playing keyboard is easy. If you can't do that please visit your local library and borrow a book for beginning piano.

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