scenes and Prepare for arrangement Ableton Live 9


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Understanding scenes and preparing for arrangement

Now that we have our basic musical idea, it's time to arrange our song. We already know how to use MIDI tracks and audio tracks. Let's see how we can use the master track to help with our arrangement. The master track cannot hold any clips, but it can allow us to launch entire rows of clips. Each row in the session view is called a scene, and we have launch button on each scene. So I'm going to stop all the clips, just so we can see the clips being launched by the scene.

So stop our clips from the master track. All the clips are now stopped. If we hit the Global Play button nothing will happen because no clip is launched, and if I hit the scene launch on scene number 1-- (music playing) --all the clips in that row are launched. Scenes are useful when moving from the Session to the Arrangement view. It will help us to record in the real time a rough arrangement to our song. In Scene number 1 I'm going to set up an intro, so I'm going to click the scene and hit Command+R to r...

Understanding scenes and preparing for arrangement
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Understanding scenes and preparing for arrangement provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Yeuda Ben-Atar as part of the Up and Running with Ableton Live 9

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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