I just thought of quick tip I wanted to share with you. Unfortunately, I had to learn it the hard way. The Problem: In Ableton, I was finishing a project and I wanted to render an instrumental version from stems I had. Unfortunately, my vocal and instrument tracks were routed to the same effect return […]
I wrote this post before I released Modern Life but I forgot to post it. It is a little late but here it is: I just sent off my EP to a mastering engineer a couple weeks ago. I mixed the whole thing except one song in Ableton Live. Honestly, I was nervous. I wanted to […]
I made a great Downloadable PDF for the Ableton Live keyboard shortcuts I use the most. I don’t really go into the super basic shortcuts like copy and paste and etc but listed more unique ones. They are listed in order of how much I use them. If you don’t want to download the […]
This stupid Ableton mistake I made years ago changed my whole approach to songwriting. Learn more:
This ducking delay effects rack has the ability to add ducking delays to your audio track. Ducking delays are delays that only raise in volume when vocals or other instruments are not playing. Then the delays are quieted when the vocals or instruments sound is heard in the track. This happens automatically so that you don’t have to spend a lot of time programming delay automation.
Are you getting ready to bounce song stems in Ableton Live? Be aware of the problems that can arise before you render your tracks out.
1 – Quickly Check Your Mix In Mono. Have you ever heard about the benefits of checking your mix in mono? When you put a mix in mono you can accurately hear how the volume of each track correspond with each other. Many people will test the mix in mono to see if certain […]
This is a week of procrastination. I was suppose to finish guitars this week and there is only one day left. It will be a busy night for me. I am going to record guitars with effects instead of adding them in the DAW. Because my laptop’s fan is so loud I wanted to keep […]
Some behind the scene shots of Snout & The Second Spirit recording a new album at the expanded Galahad Studios in Eugene, Oregon. Some of the gear we used logic, Ableton, Roland RE-201 Space Echo, Korg Polysix, microKorg, traveler guitar, Boss ME-70. http://snoutmusic.com/SNOUTMUSIC/Home