How to Flow with Tracks

How to Flow with Tracks

Sponsored by PreSonus™. Hosted by Will Doggett

May 29th @ 7 PM CT

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Flexibility, without the fuss.

Using tracks on stage doesn’t mean you’re “on rails” or have to stick to the arrangement. Imagine being able to repeat any song section, jump anywhere in your song, change the tempo, jump back into a song section, and best of all, using only a few buttons on a MIDI controller.

What we'll discuss

Flexibility isn't difficult

Freedom and flexibility doesn’t mean hours of work or a complex setup.

One button repeat

Want to repeat a section? It’s as simple as one button.

Any tempo

Using tracks doesn’t tie you to an arrangement, or even tempo.

Keep it going

Want to keep the click going at the end of the song? It’s easier than you think.

Re-arrange on the fly

Skip around your arrangement, live in the moment.

4 buttons for flexibility

With as few as 4 buttons, you can easily navigate your song with complete freedom and flexibility.

FAQ

WILL THE WEBINAR BE RECORDED?

Yes! If you can’t make the event that’s okay! We’ll record the entire event and make it available afterwards. Still make sure to register so you get an email once the recording is available.

IS THE WEBINAR FREE?

Yes! Thanks to PreSonus™ this webinar is completely free. Make sure to register so that you get reminded and notified when the webinar starts.

DO I NEED TO REGISTER?

While the webinar is free, you’ll need to register in order to save your spot. Registering also means you’ll be reminded and notified when we go live.

IS THIS FOR BEGINNERS OR ADVANCED USERS?

Whether you’re exploring the idea of using tracks, or used tracks for years, you’ll learn ow simple it is to have flexibility when performing with tracks.

About the sponsor

Founded in 1995, PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc., is a leading designer and manufacturer of audio-recording and live-sound software, hardware, and related accessories. PreSonus’s software, microphone preamps, signal processors, digital audio interfaces, digital mixers, control surfaces, loudspeakers, and other products are used worldwide for recording, sound reinforcement, broadcast, sound design, and Internet audio.

About the host

Will Doggett is a musician, sound designer, and Ableton Live Certified Trainer. He is focused on helping people get from the studio to the stage and has spent years using Ableton Live with bands on stage. His focus has been on how to integrate Live with a band for backing tracks, keys sounds, and controlling lights, lyrics and video.

He’s been teaching others how to integrate Ableton into their setups since 2008 and has served as a Music Director, Creative Director and the Director of the Production Track at Ocean’s Edge School of Worship. He’s passionate about making complex things simple, and showing musicians how to integrate Live into their workflows.

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