Ableton Tips and Tricks
with Andrew Luck
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03 Quick Tips for Beginners10:44
About The Class
use ableton like a pro.
Ableton Live is the most efficient platform for electronic music production for djs, producers and sound designers. DJ and producer, Andrew Luck will take you through some of the coolest, and most commonly overlooked, features in Ableton Live.
In Ableton Tips and Tricks, Andrew will walk you through sound design using Ableton Instruments, mastering both Sampler and Simpler to bring real-world audio samples into your production. You’ll also learn about some of the less intuitive features of Session View including, Impulse, Clip Launching and Slice to MIDI.
If you're a new Ableton user and are ready to start using the platform like a pro, Andrew Luck's tips and tricks will help you brush up on those next-level skills.
Ableton Live Overview14:35
Sound Design in Ableton29:50
Quick Tips for Beginners10:44
Physics of Music40:01
The User Interface28:37
Sound Design: Building the Palette14:37
Sound Design: Kicks and Bass10:31
Sound Design: Lead Synth Sounds09:35
Sound Design: Pads and Pianos16:51
Sound Design: Collision, Tension and Effects16:03
Composing & Arranging: DJing in Ableton22:15
Composing & Arranging: Step Sequencing18:22
Composing & Arranging: Hatching Ideas & Songwriting23:21
Composing & Arranging: Riffing on Loops18:14
Composing & Arranging: Genre Hacking10:26
Sampling & Remixing: Sampling with Simpler09:31
Sampling & Remixing: Building Drum Racks17:19
Sampling & Remixing: Impulse and Clip View14:26
Sampling & Remixing: Slice to MIDI and Organization18:07
Sampling & Remixing: Remixing and Mashups25:22
Advanced Techniques: Modular Components18:46
Advanced Techniques: MIDI & Audio Effects Racks13:24
Advanced Techniques: Clip Launching23:41
Recording in Ableton15:05
Mixing in Ableton36:46
Mastering in Ableton29:45
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This course could interest you if you are new in Ableton... If you already have some skills, the part which can bring you something is only the sound design part, here again it depends on your skills. I was looking for sound design technics, but the informations was not sufficient.
No "tips and tricks" here. Just a very general presentation without any precise structure and information.
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