- What if we had a couple of controllers for this same set,…but one of them lifts somewhere else on stage?…That would be exciting because it means that…two performers could loop together…and stay in sync all without click.…Let's see how we can make this happen.…The first thing is that each performer…will need a way to start and stop recording,…which means access to the session record button.…Right now, we have a pedal assigned to it…through the first controller.…If another performer were to be in charge…of the second controller, they would need…access to the session record button as well.…
Here we can take advantage of the fact that…Live's MIDI mappings don't distinguish between MIDI ports.…All we have to do is make sure that both controllers…sent the same MIDI note on the same channel…and session record will respond to both,…no new mapping required.…In this case, my pedal…and this corner pad…will do the trick,…but obviously depending on your controllers…you can have another pedal at the second station as well,…
- MIDI looping with no click
- Multitrack looping
- Working with X-Clips in CylphX Pro
- Enhanced looping with ClyphX Pro
- Multiple loops
- MIDI and audio overdubbing
- Live recording with multiple looping points
Skill Level Beginner
Ableton Live: Producing Electronic Musicwith Nate Mars3h 26m Intermediate
Ableton Live 10 Essential Trainingwith Rick Schmunk13h 42m Beginner
1. MIDI Looping with No Click
2. Multitrack Audio and MIDI Looping
3. Using ClyphX Pro
4. Enhanced Looping with ClyphX Pro
5. Working with Loopers
6. Looping in the Arrangement View
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