Managing files is like changing guitar strings. You won’t get a gig because you know how to do it, but you’ll lose a gig if you don’t!
Trying to export stems in Ableton Live? If you’re using effects on your return or Master Track, you HAVE to use Live 10.1 and this killer update!
One of the best ways to improve your performance is to focus on transitions. One of the best ways to create a great transition is to crossfade your songs. But how do you do this in Ableton Live’s Arrangement View when you’re using multiple songs?
If your stems have tempo changes, you don’t need to give up the benefits of warping. You can still use a separate click and sync to Live’s grid so that you can jump around your arrangement in time.
Imagine you spent hours getting your set just right. Once you step into rehearsal, you get asked to change the key and tempo of your song, and you’re using stems, what do you do?
I just finished recording the latest episode of the podcast and realized I used two of my favorite tips that save you tons of time.
In this week’s tutorial Ableton Live Certified Trainer Will Doggett explains how to warp stems and multitracks in Ableton Live. This is WAY easier than you think, and the benefits are massive!
Most people are terrified of warping audio in Ableton Live. They think if they warp their audio, it will ruin the audio quality, it will take too long, or they just don’t where to start. Well, warping isn’t terrifying as long as you understand a few basic concepts.
You should route your audio in Ableton Live using sends and returns. I know that’s a bold statement, and I didn’t agree years ago when someone made that statement to me. Now I’ve switched to using sends and returns for audio routing live and it’s because of 5 things.
How do you map your MIDI controller for live performance? Using your MIDI controller on stage with Ableton Live doesn’t mean you have to have tons of mappings.
What Ableton Live version you should get? How do Ableton versions compare?
If you’re planning on using Ableton Live on stage for backing tracks or stems, there are 2 things you need to know before you ever load a single file into your set.
How many times have you opened a Live set-ready to work, only to discover a missing files message at the bottom of the screen?
There’s nothing worse than breaking your creative flow when you’re on stage or in the studio. Using Live’s browser allows you to quickly browse sounds, effects, and load samples into your set quickly, without breaking your flow.
Learning new software can be intimidating. In this week’s tutorial, Ableton Live certified trainer Will Doggett shows you the most important place in Ableton Live and how it can help you quickly learn the program.