Revisit the launch modes and quantize settings that are important when playing clips like a sampler in the session view.
Learn about the velocity settings and range mapping to play velocity sensitive clips over the full length of a MIDI keyboard, like a sampler.
See how you can use follow actions to create glitched up samples from several different clips, then make a new clip that can be triggered individually.
See how follow actions can be used to attach an intro to a clip so that it can be triggered with one press.
See how clips can be used as a highly flexible way of controlling effects.
Now that you can control effects with clip envelopes, see how we can then use ‘dummy’ clips to create specific clips for triggering effects, so you can store a bank of effects changes for later use.
Use Ableton Live? Well then you need to know all of these awesome clip tricks! Ableton Certified Trainer Craig McCullough takes you through all of his personal favorites, one by one, in this power packed micro series, empowering you and your Ableton Live knowledge to work faster and more creatively.
Craig starts off with quantize and launch modes, then mapping and launching. He then goes into glitchy follow actions and using follow actions to include an offbeat intro / lead in. Craig wraps up the micro series with clip envelopes and utilizing dummy clips.
If you're into live, you have to know these important clip features and techniques. Work faster and more creatively, watch "Ableton Live Clip Tricks" today.
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