In the couple months since it was released, we’ve already seen some incredibly talented performances with Push. If you’re curious about how Push stacks up compared to more traditional instruments, check out the videos in this post and see how a series of players with different backgrounds work with it....
For our latest Push on Film feature, we'd like to share some inspiring videos of Push jams from the community. Starting from scratch, these performances build up parts into full tracks, in real time. From banging electro drums to soft, subtle piano solos, Push is an instrument built for jamming.
First up, Andrew Huang builds the drums, bass, and chiptune hits for his track, "Suits", before getting on the mic and rapping while continuing to tweak the beat:
Up next, duo Girls n Boomboxes - featuring Certified Trainer Lenny Kiser and Harald Boyesen - jam out their track “Now in Control”. As you can see, Push plays well both on its own and as part of an ensemble:
Taking a break from the beats, Ableton’s own Huston Singletary plays a gorgeous piano improvisation on Push, demonstrating the nuance of the velocity-sensitive pads:
Finally, Mr. Elastic flexes his 808 muscles in real-time with “It’s a Trap”, while Live chugs along in the background: