AfroDjMac and collaborator Tomislav go retro with this free Live Rack - back to the Commodore 64. You might remember playing Pac Man on one, but the SID sound chip in the C64 can also generate some pretty impressive sounds. Get familiar with the crunch:
For the third and final part to his tutorial series on Drum Racks in Live, Producertech instructor Rob Jones looks at sends and returns. Using sends and return tracks within a Drum Rack, Rob shows how to apply effects and parallel New York-style compression to make things really pump:
When you want to make something really glitchy, sometimes you need to think outside the box in melodic sequencing. In this new video tutorial, Ableton Certified Trainer Kill Paris looks at sampling melodic phrases and putting them into a Drum Rack, then playing them back with a Launchpad.
Sometimes it might seem like you have too many drum samples - you want to hear which ones fit together, but sifting through them in the browser isn't the ideal way. In a new tutorial, Ableton Certified Trainer and Live-courses.com instructor Rob Jones shows you an easy way to organize ...
DJ Tech Tools posts a great mini-tutorial with some tips on using Drum Racks and Clips for DJing. Ultimately, DJTT recommends a combination of Racks, Clips (using different launch modes), slicing, and Simpler/Sampler's controls to make the DJ template that's right for you. Full article at DJ Tech Tools