Want to get DJs to play your songs? Here are 3 Ableton Tips to create easy to mix, DJ friendly, extended Intros and Outros. In this video I tell you how long the intros should be, how to simplify them, and how to start introducing tonic notes. Then I have a 4th BONUS tip on […]
https://youtu.be/nP8A84A8VeI This is how to figure out what plugin or effect is causing the most latency in your project so you can remove or modify it to make it a faster live set.Here is how to find which plugin VST or effect is causing most latency:Turn on delay compensation under the “”Options Tab” in the top […]
At first, I didn’t think I would use the “capture” function much in Ableton. But after using it a few times, I swear by it. It is so much easier to get ideas down fast, without having to push record or set a tempo. Capture does just that. It allows you to play without recording and automatically remember all the notes you play. In this video, I am going to show you the ins and outs of capturing MIDI. This way you can use it like a pro and get more musical ideas down faster.
The Ableton Utility is such a charming little device. I’m am going to show you 7 different ways that I use the Ableton Utility to improve my mixes and workflow.
There is a special way to make a new section of your song come in with a bang. It is not by adding more tracks. It is by muting certain tracks and clips the measure preceding the new part of the song.
Learn how to search samples fast without having to open folders after the search in the Ableton browser. Depending on where you got the sample from, even after the search, you still must open folders to get to it. This can be time consuming. I found one way to get to samples faster is to add them to an Ableton collection.
Working with samples in Ableton that sometimes need tuning? Instead of dragging a tuner into each track when needed, I put a tuner on a return track named “Tuner”. Then when I need to tune a sample I just send the track to the return and tune away.
I am so grateful when great producers, show you themselves, how they make their songs in Ableton. In the video below, San Holo shows us how he made the trap future bass track “One Thing”.
In the video below, I am going to show you how to make an Ableton MIDI octave sweeper. This is a great tool to use to change octaves easily with the turn of a knob.
In this video I tell you how to fix 2 of the most annoying problems in the Ableton Drum Rack or Ableton Sampler