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Create music in real time, on stage, or while producing in the studio, with Ableton Live. In this course, music professor Rick Schmunk shows you how to compose, record, remix, improvise, produce, and edit your musical ideas. Along the way, get familiar with the Live interface, work with its views for recording and editing audio and MIDI, and explore its unique real-time recording and mixing capabilities. Plus, learn real-world production skills that can be applied to songwriting, studio production, and DJing. The final chapters offer an inside look at features added in Live 9, such as new Instrument Racks containing over 3,000 production-ready sounds, and Max for Live, a toolkit for building custom devices.
(music playing). Hi, I'm Rick Schmunk and I'm very happy to present you Ableton Live 9 Essential Training. Ableton Live is a digital audio work station designed to help take your musical ideas whether they are beats, baselines or melodies, from thoughts just floating in your head to a finished song ready to share with your friends and fans. I'll be teaching you live from the ground up. From setting up your audio and midi hardware, to creating your first live set. I'll show you how to record and edit both midi and audio.
Then how to apply effect to you tracks to mix and shape the sound for your needs. (music playing) And I'll walk you through all the steps you'll need to warp audio, adjusting it to the tempo of your song and the groove that you're looking for. Finally, I'll show you how to combine effects and layer software instruments using Live racks, and then map their parameters to knobs and switches on your controller so that you can adjust them in Live performance or use them as you record automation. So let me show you how to produce amazing music with Ableton Live 9 essential training.
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