Exploring dummy clips


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Exploring dummy clips

I'm in the beginning stages of a project and I've already got a few looping elements that I'm happy with. I've been messing around in Session view, triggering clips to come up with new idea. To add a little polish and sheen to my spontaneity, I'd love to have some creative effect combinations and sequences ready to audition when the moment of inspiration strikes. Here are the sounds I've come up with so far. (music playing) Now watch and listen to this again. (music playing) After the sounds began playing, I triggered this clip.

It resulted in all of the sounds being processed by a preprogrammed effect sequence created by this device chain down here. It would be easy to assume that this is simply the result of clip envelopes or automation, but what really happened when I triggered that clip? The resulting effects sequence was processing several tracks simultaneously. Would that even be possible while triggering only a single clip if I'm using clip automation or cl...

Exploring dummy clips
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Exploring dummy clips provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Michael Kiraly as part of the Ableton Live 9 Tips and Tricks

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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