For the past two years, every time I discovered something non-obvious about Ableton Live I jotted it down, and the result is this clip and the accompanying tips to be added in the November edition of my book - available on Patreon:
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Ableton Live is an extremely powerful DAW and electronic music performance platform, but there are a few aspects of it that are far from intuitive. Hopefully this clip will help you make more of it!
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Here's a timeline: 0:00 Don’t panic! 0:55 Use two windows 2:20 Overview 5:00 Recording 7:50 From session to arrangment 10:20 Overdubbing 11:45 Clips & devices 13:10 Editing clips 13:40 Loop controls 15:25 Clip boxes 16:00 Clip tips 18:10 Warp explained 19:05 Follow actions 20:15 Automation 21:15 Draw envelopes 23:35 Record motion 24:40 Unlinking mods 25:15 VST automation 26:25 MIDI mapping 26:55 Important preferences 27:30 Audio configs 28:15 MIDI configs 29:55 Default set 31:00 Other settings 31:35 Capture 32:30 Misc features 35:20 Want more?
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