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Discover how to get started creating and recording music with Ableton Live 9 in just two hours. Author and musician Yeuda Ben-Atar starts this course by showing how to set up all audio, MIDI, and external plugins and prep an initial project for recording. Then he jumps into high gear: making beats with the Ableton drum kits, recording with the built-in virtual instruments, and capturing live performance like vocals and guitar. After your tracks are recorded, learn how to arrange song clips, layer in effects, create and record automation, and quickly mix the tracks with groups, busses, EQ, compression, and other techniques. The final chapter in the course shows you how to save, export, and master your finished song.
If you are a Premium member of the lynda.com library, you have access to the exercise files used throughout this course. I have created these exercise files for each corresponding video. Each one of the exercise files are an Ableton Live project. If you open the Project folder, you can see the ALS file, which stands for Ableton Live set. In each live set I have added an extra MIDI track, called it Info, and colored it white. I have also added MIDI clips and renamed them with basic guidelines to what you need to do in this exercise.
For example, in this project we need to create an audio track and rename the tracks. If you don't have access to the exercise files, you can follow along from scratch or with your own Ableton Live project. So let's get started.
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