Last week, we shared John Selway's Dubspot tutorial for making one-note lead sounds with Analog. Now, John's back again with some further tips for perfecting the one-note lead, using Ableton Live's effects. Following along below, and make a lead that really hits listeners:
Kraftwerk played a headline performance at the recent Sónar Festival in Barcelona. In honor of these electronic legends, Point Blank instructor and festival attendee Ski Oakenfull tackled Kraftwerk's classic single, "The Model", in Live and Push. Watch the tutorial below, and get inspired to make your own electro-pop masterpiece:
Ableton Live's Instrument Racks allow for multiple "chains" of sources to be played together. Using chains creatively, you can also create an instrument which morphs smoothly and dynamically from one sound to another, similar to classic morphing wavetable synthesizers. In a new tutorial for Garnish School of Sound, Jake Williams...
Inspired by Autechre's machine-music classic "Cichli," Deferlow - aka Ableton Austin User Group member Nate Crepeault - performs a piece in real-time, with sounds originating from his bass guitar. Watch and listen as the electro-acoustic take unfolds: