While Ableton Live's Session View is an ideal environment for improvisation, it's also possible to trigger different parts in non-linear order from the Arrangement View. In a new tutorial, MacProVideo's G.W. Childs IV explains this trick using rhythm markers.
Additionally, MacProVideo's Rounik Sethi recently sat down with Paul van Dyk to discuss production techniques. Here's what Paul had to say about moving towards producing everything in Live:
"I started to produce in Ableton and found it to be a much more organic process. It’s quicker to get ideas down. If you know how to warp the different elements of a track in the right way it sounds phenomenal and it’s so straightforward to do."
Read the full interview at MacProVideo