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. First up, Andrew Huang builds the drums, bass, and chiptune hits for his track, "Suits", before...
Since the release of Push, we’ve been excited and wowed by the video contributions from the creative community. From virtuoso instrumental performances to slamming beats, these musicians truly embody the creative spark and diversity that inspired us to create Push. Now it’s time to take a closer look at some of the features of Push, with some help from our worldwide network of Ableton Certified Trainers. For this installment of Push on Film, we’re focusing on some top-notch Push tutorials.
First up, Timo Preece demonstrates how to record automation using Push’s knobs:
Next, Amit Segall demonstrates single position playing, a neat trick made possible with Push’s scale mode:
As part of his “no talking” series of tutorials, Tom Cosm constructs an advanced dub delay effect in Live 9, with Push:
If you use third-party plug-ins when you produce, you might want to bring them in on the Push fun. After all, it’s a lot nicer to control parameters with Push’s touch-sensitive knobs than with a mouse. Check out the tutorials below for some instruction on how to set up your third-party plug-ins with Push.
Set up your plug-ins with Push - Abid Hussain shows you how:
And once you’ve got your plug-ins set up, get jamming, like Jimmy Allison with Stutter Edit: