As a solo artist and as part of The Glitch Mob, edIT has made a name for himself as a master of live beats and glitchy textures. In a new video series, edIT's sharing his tips for music-making and live performance - starting with this video, on quantized drumming with Clips. Using Clips with single-shot drum samples, edIT replicates the behavior of classic drum machines. Watch the video below, featuring Live 9 and Push:
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Session View is one of Ableton Live's most unique features. In this video, Ableton Lead Clinician Huston Singletary presents an overview of Session View - perfect for beginners, or experienced users looking for a refresher on the basics. This video is part of the Getting Started with Live series.
Since the dawn of the eighties, video game music has been a ubiquitous staple of living rooms and arcades around the world. In fact, it might have been the music you heard most as a child; for some it was the soundtrack to growing up. The 8-bit, 16-bit and FM...
In his new tutorial series, "Tracks Interact", Berkleemusic.com instructor and Ableton Certified Trainer Loudon Stearns looks at interactions using Live's audio effects. In part 1, Loudon reviews sidechain compression - a powerful tool for sculpting the dynamics of a track. Check out the video below, and stay tuned for more ...