Reworking clips


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Reworking clips

One of the disadvantages of using loop and sample libraries is that everybody's music projects start to sound similar after a while. In this video, we'll learn how to use the Session to Arrange Record feature in Live to rework preexisting clips, to create custom clips that we can use in our Live projects. So I've set up a Live project here, and I've brought in a clip from our drum machine, Impulse, from the Clips library. To get started, what I first want to do is I want to copy this clip to several other clip slots, and then choose sections of that clip that I'm going to use to trigger individually.

So I'm going to take my Option key, I'll select that first clip, and I'm going to drag that down to several other clip slots. Now, as I work, I'm going to leave that first clip in that first clip slot alone, so that if I need it again, I can pull it out. I'm going to come down to this first clip slot, and I'm going to start isolating pieces of that....

Reworking clips
Video duration: 9m 44s 7h 20m Beginner

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Reworking clips provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Rick Schmunk as part of the Ableton Live 8 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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