- [Instructor] Live's arrangement view isn't commonly…thought to be the mode of choice when it comes to…live performances; however, there are circumstances…when having the full structure of the song laid out…in front of you presents real advantages.…Having locators and the ability to freely navigate within…the sequence is definitely one of them,…and there are many others.…On the other hand, one of the major drawbacks…of switching to arrangement view has always been the lack…of flexibility in extending sections of songs.…This is often a disappointment to live performers.…
In this example, we will look at a way of creating…and manipulating multiple looping points…within an arrangement.…This is possible with the help of ClyphX Pro,…and more specifically, X-cues.…X-cues are one of several categories of what…ClyphX Pro calls "x triggers".…X-clips are a category of x triggers.…They allow us to put actions in the names of midi…or audio clips.…X-controls are another.…They can be mapped directly from ClyphX Pro to a controller.…
- 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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