Arrangement View vs Session View: What’s The Best Way to Run Tracks in Ableton Live?
Everyone’s got an opinion and a preference. But — let’s find the truth.
Interview with Mike Perkinpine: His Journey To Becoming a Full-Time Drum & Playback Tech
Mike is a pro drum tech and playback tech — building and setting up rigs for some of the biggest metal artists to…Avril Lavigne and Smashing Pumpkins? Yep.
Tips for Creating a Master Setlist in Ableton Live
Creating a Master Setlist of all your songs in Ableton Live, isn’t for everyone. You’ve got to have a computer that can handle it and you need an easy way to navigate your setlist. But, if you find yourself in a situation where you need access to any song-at anytime, creating a master setlist might be the right approach for you.
Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals for Musicians and Producers 2021
Black Friday and Cyber Monday is an excellent time to find great deals and discounts on music gear and equipment. From plug-ins to hardware keyboards,…
Creating a stop track in Ableton Live
One of the biggest benefits of running tracks in Arrangement View is the ability to create seamless transitions between songs. But what do you do if you want to stop between songs? Stop pressing spacebar, and use a “stop track” instead! In this tutorial, Ableton Live Certified Trainer Will Doggett shows you how to use the IAC Driver to create a stop track so that Live automatically stops wherever your clip is placed. Plus-you’ll learn how to stop your song with your MIDI controller-while using a stop clip!