Sound designing with dummy clips and Follow Actions


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Sound designing with dummy clips and Follow Actions

So far, I've kept the emphasis on utilizing dummy clips and follow actions for creating arrangement transitions. Now I'd like to show you a technique which combines those processes to create exciting and often unforeseen audio events of a different nature. First, let me tell you my goal before I start making changes. I think that utilizing prepackaged samples is a great way to kickstart song projects, and Ableton comes bundled with a wealth of samples and clips to start users off in the right direction. But the best way to stand out in the crowd is to create your own sounds.

On this first track I've got several drum loops that I've borrowed from the Abelson Library. (music playing) These samples are available to everyone who uses Live, so if I were to use them in their original form, I run the risk of having the same exact drum sounds as someone else. Creating new sounds from scratch can be time consuming, so I'm going to make Live do it for me, and I'm going to use...

Sound designing with dummy clips and Follow Actions
Video duration: 5m 0s 1h 7m Intermediate

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Sound designing with dummy clips and Follow Actions 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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