Adding effects with Drum Rack


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Adding effects with Drum Rack

Drum loops often have a limited use because there's no way to add effects to a single drum that's part of the loop. Let's take a look at how Live drum racks can solve that problem and more. So in this first track, I have an Impulse drum device-- let me switch to Device view, so we can see that--and I've got an effect here as well. Each one of the elements of the drum set in this example are actually flowing through that compressor. If you don't want to work that way, one of the things that we can do--and I am just going to delete this compressor by selecting it and hitting the Delete key--and I can pull the audio outputs from these individual drum elements onto different tracks.

To do that, I am going to create some additional audio tracks. So that's Command+T, or that would be Ctrl+T on a PC. Now, I need to set the input to that to the track, so that Impulse drum machine is sitting on Impulse track. So I'll make that Impulse, and then from the second chooser,...

Adding effects with Drum Rack
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Adding effects with Drum Rack provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Rick Schmunk as part of the Ableton Live 8 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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