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 this video I tell you how to fix 2 of the most annoying problems in the Ableton Drum Rack or Ableton Sampler
Day 3 of The Ableton 2018 Loop conference. I learned about Scientist’s Dub Techniques, MIDI Merlin, Roli, Redundancy Backup for Ableton Live, Resolume, DMXis
Day 2 of The Ableton 2018 Loop conference. I learned about Max 8 MC, Kemper Amps, Isotonix Clyphx, Bluetooth Paper Instruments, Photay’s Composing Technique
Day 1 of The Ableton 2018 Loop conference. I learned about Spitfire Audio Sample Libraries, Pitchwheel, 3D Audio, Boss RC-300 Looper, Waves L2 Limiter