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...
Ableton Certified Trainer Marcello Ruggiu has started What About Live 9, a new series of tutorials. What Ableton Live 9 videos will feature some of Marcello's favorite tips and tricks for working in Live 9. Watch part one below, and learn how to make an acid-style Instrument Rack - including a sequencer made with the Scale MIDI effect:
In part two, make some extreme breakbeat manipulations using Sampler, Drum Racks, and the Glue Compressor:
Lastly, get some dubby reverb stabs using the Envelope Follower in Max for Live:
Stay tuned for more tutorials on Marcello's YouTube channel.