Creating momentary effects


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Creating momentary effects

In previous chapters we have seen how to use the Clip Launch Box to change the individual quantization of the clip which allows you to override the global quantization. Let's go back to the launch box and see how we can change the launch mode of the clip to achieve momentary effects. First, let's load another effect on to the Bus track. I am going to go to Audio Effect and choose Auto Pan. I am going to set the Auto Pan so we can achieve a gate effect, which sounds something like this.

(music playing) Cool. Let's map the On/Off button of this device to my MIDI keyboard. I am going to go into MIDI mapping mode, Command+M or Ctrl+M, click on the ON/Off button, and click one of the keys on my MIDI keyboard. Exit MIDI Map mode, play the music, and to turn on the effect I will have to press the key. To turn off the effect, I would have to press the key again.

Momentary Effects, allows us to press the key to turn on the effect and to turn off the effect by just letting go. So we can achieve th...

Creating momentary effects
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Creating momentary effects provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Yeuda Ben-Atar as part of the Ableton Live 9 for Live Performance

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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