.how do i make dubstep beats and launch beats to apc 20?

im trying to use ableton suite 8 software,but i have no clue how to use it.i really want to launch sounds and dubstep beats with my apc 20.how do i make beats and launch beats to apc 20?i need big time help!im very enterested in this.i need one on one help!.

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joseph delgado25 2 years ago | 0 comments

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  • Near Earth Object
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    Sorry, but this is just like some questions i see at other forums. "I want to be a dj. What do i need and how does it work".

    You don't want to hear this, but it is the best answer;
    If you want to learn how the software works; READ THE MANUAL.
    Besides that there are numerous movies on youtube that explain every little detail, loads of tutorials, even on THIS website, etc.

    And learning how to make dubstep beats? Don't you think we all ran into this problem when we started? That is the whole point! It's all about learning and creating your own style. That doesn't happen overnight.mif it was that easy, everyone would be doing it right?

    So take some time to learn this stuff!

    2 years ago | 0 comments
  • Warrior Bob
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    To make beats: Load up some drum sounds in a drum rack. Create a clip in session view, and program in some drum hits. Loop it and keep adding things as you see fit.

    To launch sounds: Find some sounds. Load them up as clips in tracks in Live's session view. Press the corresponding button on the APC20. Yay! Music!

    To make dubstep beats in particular: Kick on 1, snare on 3. Hihats all over the place. Use space and reverb. Like Near Earth Object's answers said, search youtube for tutorials. Read anything in the Live manual that looks relevant. Do all the tutorials built into Live (they're under Help View in the Help menu).

    2 years ago | 0 comments
  • Near Earth Object
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    That's what i said....

    2 years ago | 1 comment
  • Mark One
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    Hello Joseph,

    I am the answer to your problem. I provide a bespoke Ableton support service for beginners and professionals alike. I can get you quickly on the road to producing your own sounds and help start off your journey into Ableton on the right foot. I have years of experience not just with Ableton as a performer, producer and DJ but also as a teacher of digital music production and have run a number of artist development programmes. If you would like to get in touch I offer a free 1 hour session with no obligation so you can test the water, ask any questions you have or simply get straight on with learning Ableton Live.

    Regards,

    Mark One (http://www.thelivelab.co.uk

    2 years ago | 0 comments

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