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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.
Thanks for watching Ableton Live 8 Essential Training. I hope you enjoyed the work we've done together and learned a lot along the way. If you're interested in learning more about Ableton, or want to keep up with the changes to the program, as well as new plug-ins, check out ableton.com for the latest news. If you've got a hankering to learn more about Pro Tools or Logic, check out the essential training courses for those applications on the lynda.com Online Training Library. And if you've got more questions on setting up a system for live performance, check out Reason and Record for Live Performance with G.W. Childs for some universal tips.
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