Join Yeuda Ben-Atar for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding effects, part of Learning Ableton Live 9.
Ableton Live comes packed with audio effects and media effects.…Since they are built in, they are very CPU-efficient, so don't be afraid to…experiment with a lot of effects.…The CPU meter can be found on the top right-corner of Ableton Live's screen.…Let's start adding some effects.…In the browser let's go to Audio Effect.…Let's scroll down and let's drag a phaser to our Reverse Guitar.…We will see it in the Device view. Remember, we have the Clip view, which will…show us what's inside the clip, and we have the Device view, where we will see…all the signal chain or all the effects that we are going to add to the audio or media track.…
Go ahead and change around Parameters.…Don't worry if you don't know what each one of them is doing.…This is your time to be creative. And if you want to know more about each…parameter, you can use the Info view or you can go to Help and read the live manual.…So let's start out the Reverse Guitar and play with some parameters.…(music playing)…Live also comes with two effects designed for guitars: Amp and Cabinet.…
- Setting up plugins and projects
- Creating a drumbeat
- Converting audio to MIDI
- Recording vocals
- Warping and editing clips
- Adding effects
- Using time commands
- Working with the mixer
- Using side chain compression
- Adding reverb and delay
- Mixing dynamically with automation
- Mastering a song
Skill Level Beginner
Remixing Techniques: Time Stretchingwith Josh Harris2h 51m Intermediate
Ableton Live 9 for Live Performancewith Yeuda Ben-Atar2h 20m Intermediate
1. Setting Up
5. Finishing the Song
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