Ableton Live 9 Standard and Live 9 Suite come with the Glue Compressor, a new device modeled on a popular vintage bus compressor from the 1980s, known for "gluing" the mix together. In a new tutorial video, Dubspot instructor Evan Sutton demonstrates how the Glue can be used on drums, bass, and a final mix, both as a serial (insert) or parallel (mix dry/processed signal) compressor. Check it out below:
Ableton Live 9 brings with it a host of new advanced MIDI editing features, including the ability to invert and reverse notes, create legato phrases, and more. In a new tutorial video, Dubspot instructor Evan Sutton takes a look at these useful and easy new features.
With so many new features in Live 9, you might be looking for a demonstration of how everything works together. With his video, "Live 9 in 9 Minutes", Ableton Certified Trainer Tom Cosm looks to "cover everything [in Live 9] in the shortest amount of time possible."
Part of a new set of Creative Tools in Live 9 Suite, the MonoSequencer is a versatile Max for Live device for sequencing notes and expressions. In a new two-part tutorial, Max creators Cycling '74 demonstrate some of the features of Mono Sequencer.