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Ableton Live 8 Essential Training with Rick Schmunk offers a comprehensive overview of Ableton's live audio and MIDI sequencing software and the techniques required to compose, record, and edit music, in real time, on stage, or in the studio. The course includes tutorials on compiling live sets from audio and MIDI clips, loops, or samples, applying MIDI effects, warping audio, and recording and producing songs in any number of contemporary styles. Exercise files are included with the course.
Hi! I'm Rick Schmunk, and I'm very happy to present to you Ableton Live 8 Essential Training. Ableton Live is a digital audio workstation designed to take musical ideas from notes just floating in your head, to a finished audio ready for final performance. I'll be teaching you Live from the ground up, from setting up an audio environment and hardware, to starting your first session, to recording live audio and MIDI into a track. I'll show you how to apply MIDI effects to your tracks to personalize the sound for your needs. I'll walk you through all the steps you'll need to warp audio, moving it closer to the tempo you want.
Finally, I'll show you how to work with other DAW systems like Pro tools and Logic to add additional processing controls and build more layered compositions. Let me show you how to produce beautiful music, and we'll start with "Ableton Live 8 Essential Training".
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