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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.
There are a couple of things you should know before starting this course. In order to demonstrate all of Live's features, we've build this course using Ableton Live 9 suite. As such some of the features that I mentioned in this course may not be available on the intro or standard versions of Ableton live 9. If you don't own Live Suite, you can download a fully functional 30-day trial version, of Live Suite, from the Ableton website. In addition to the base library that comes with all versions of Ableton Live 9, I've also downloaded Designer Drums, Digicushin 1, Loop Master's Mixtape, and Unnatural Selection Live Packs. These live packs are available on the Ableton website in the your pack section of your user account.
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