Timothy goes through how the course will be delivered
In this video you’ll see where the browser is, and how to import your own audio files and sample CDs.
Timothy explains what warping is, as well as how to use clip looping to create a four on the floor kick.
It’s easy to get a sample into Simpler, Live’s ‘basic’ sampler.
Timothy demonstrates the Drum Rack included in Live, as well as the insert effects that create the main Lead’s top end.
Drum Racks can be extremely flexible when it comes to applying FX to individual sounds and more.
Create a great sounding bass patch using Lives FM synth, Operator.
In this video, you’ll learn how to sidechain in Live.
Timothy clears up the often confusing relationship between Session and Arrangement views in Live.
In this video, Timothy demonstrates some of the cool MIDI editing features in the Clip View area.
Learn to record and subsequently fix up a MIDI clip.
Timothy goes through some vocal samples, warping and adjusting start points and effects to fit into the track.
Learn about the concept of Instrument racks as Timothy layers some synths overtop of the bass synth.
Timothy shows you how to process each instrument chain separately in your Instrument Rack.
Watch as Timothy uses the powerful new slicing features in Simpler to slice and dice a vocal in a matter of seconds.
In this video Timothy maps multiple controls to a macro knob.
There are a few ways that you can record and arrange your material in Live.
It’s easy record directly into Arrangement view.
Timothy spices up the stuttery vocals using some stereo tricks, a Redux, and Frequency Shifter.
In this video you’ll learn how to reverse audio files and how to create fills and variations with splitting and consolidating.
Timothy demonstrates the process of exporting your masterpiece into a format that everyone can enjoy!
Ableton Live includes everything you need to take your creative spark and turn it into a shareable masterpiece. In this video tutorial series, dance music hitmeister Timothy Allan takes you from start-up to wrap-up!
Timothy first hits the ground running, teaching you how to import samples and warp them into a classic “four on the floor” dance groove which leads right into tutorials on how to get the most out of the Ableton Live Drum Rack.
Now that the beat is under your belt, Timothy shows you how to create a killer bass patch using Operator, and how to get Sidechaining setup and going in Live. Then it’s time to learn the difference between Session View and Arrangement View, and all about Clips, including how to use the Clip buttons, and how to record and edit Clips.
With your song well underway, it’s now time to start adding flourishes. Timothy shows you how to use MIDI Effects, how to Warp, Slice, Dice, and Effect Vocal Snippets, and how to use Instrument Racks.
The finish line is in sight… Timothy shows you how to use Multi-Macro Mapping to map multiple controls to a single knob, allowing you to add cool, realtime multi-function moves to your tracks.
Timothy now finishes up the arrangement, spices up the vocals, and reverses some audio files to add the final “wow” factor to the tracks. Last but not least, Timothy shows you how to export the final mix to a format you can share with the world!
If you’re new to Ableton Live, and maybe even to digital music in general, “First Song with Ableton Live” will get you started and on the path of complete song creation. Check it out today!
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