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...
With the first Push units soon to arrive, we’d like to share some videos that illustrate a few of the possibilities with Ableton’s new instrument. We sent some Push units to Ableton Certified Trainers around the world - now we’d like to introduce a new regular series, Push on Film, where we’ll showcase some of our favorite videos of Push.
First up, Keith Mills of Quantize Courses makes a complete track from scratch with Push. Watch each piece come together - using Push’s step-sequencer to programme drums, ‘in-key’ mode to play melody lines that sound effortlessly great, adding effect tweaks, and more:
Next, James Patrick of Slam Academy gives us a guided tour through some of Push’s functions:
Using Push’s chromatic mode, Yehezkel plays the difficult “Flight of the Bumblebee”: