- [Narrator] So far we've just been using one controller…but it's pretty easy to expand the set up…to include additional controllers as needed.…We want to do while keeping the really intuitive…one pedal looping and layering operation.…Let's add a new MIDI track using cmd or ctrl + shift + t.…I'll put a couple of new instruments here…the same way we did with the first track.…
Open up the key zone editor and adjust the zone ranges.…I should name these tracks.…By the way, for an in-depth look at setting up…nested instrument racks for live performance,…check out my other LinkedIn learning course called…performing with Ableton Live: On Stage with St. Vincent.…
It covers a lot of ground on building a full-featured…set for live performance.…Now let's set the second controller as the track input.…We want both tracks to be record enabled…but there's a setting in preferences…that we should check first.…Cmd or Ctrl + comma to open preferences,…record warp launch, exclusive arm.…Unchecking this will make sure multiple tracks…
- 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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