Learn to use Ableton Live for Tracks

From click tracks to backing tracks,
learn how to use tracks and stems with your band

Using the SW-8 USB with Ableton Live

In this course, you’ll learn the difference between the Radial SW8-USB and the Radial SW-8 and how to setup and use the Radial SW-8 USB with Ableton Live.

Using the SW-8 with Ableton Live

In this course, you’ll learn how to setup a redundant rig using a Radial SW-8 with Ableton Live. You’ll learn the gear you need to make this happen, the various ways to switch between computers, and how to best use this in a live enviromment.

Setting up and Using a Talkback/MD Mic

In this course, you’ll learn how to have superpowers! The kind that allow you to communicate perfectly with the band on stage-without anyone in the audience knowing what you’re doing. Spoiler Alert: You’ll learn how to setup an MD/Talkback mic and learn what to do when you want to use a wirelesss mic as a talkback mic.

Using Dante with Ableton Live

In this course, you’ll learn how to use Dante with Ableton Live. You’ll learn the software you need to route up to 64 channels from Ableton Live to your console-or anything connected to Dante! And, you’ll learn how to use the Exbox.md from DirectOut to setup and create a redundant Dante setup with Ableton Live.

Using the MioXM and MioXL with Ableton Live

In this course, you’ll learn how to use your Mio XM and Mio XL interfaces with Ableton Live. You’ll learn how to connect them to your computer, route MIDI, and connect them to other iConnectivity interfaces.

Controlling Ableton Live with TouchOSC

In this course, you’ll learn how to create the perfect MIDI controller using TouchOSC. You’ll learn how to connect your device to your computer, either wired or wirelessly so you can connect anyway you want. Learn how to create and sync a custom TouchOSC layout to your device. Learn how to create bi-directional sync between Live and TouchOSC, so your faders are always in sync. Learn how to send MIDI from Live to TouchOSC to turn pages on TouchOSC.