Setting up multiple instruments on one track


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Setting up multiple instruments on one track

In an earlier video, we talked about Audio Effect Tracks. I like to show you how to use another kind of rack, an Instrument rack which will allow you to group multiple instruments on a single MIDI track. This can conserve both CPU power and screen space. By using Instrument racks, you'll have more control over your Live set and minimize the actual numbers of tracks you need to interact with on stage. In Live, I've created four MIDI tracks with instruments on them. I've also created an another track, but they are just to communicate my Dreamcast with Ableton Live using Max for Live device.

So, I can narrow it down, because I don't need it. The four tracks I'm going to categorize into the two categories. One, the instruments that I play with my keyboard, second, the instruments that I play with my Dreamcast. The Samples and the Vinyl Kit I'm going to play with my Dreamcast. And the Lead and the Funky Bass, I'm going to play with my MIDI keyboard. To put them on the same tra...

Setting up multiple instruments on one track
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Setting up multiple instruments on one track provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Yeuda Ben-Atar as part of the Ableton Live 9 for Live Performance

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Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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