Introduction to Digital Audio Workstations in Ableton Live


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What is a digital audio workstation?

Computer based audio recording and editing systems are often referred to as digital audio work stations or DAS. DAS are made up of the following components. A computer running a music production program like Ableton Live. An external hard drive to store your library and audio files. A microphone, which can capture the sound from a singer or instrument, and convert it into an electrical signal. An audio interface, which converts the audio from an electrical signal to a digital signal. And then so we can listen to the audio signal coming out of the computer, converts it from a digital signal back to an electrical signal.

A MIDI keyboard controller, which will allow you to send MIDI signals that represents the notes and chords that you play to Ableton Live. And headphones or speakers which convert the electrical signal back to sound pressure waves, so that you can hear and evaluate your music. If you don't currently own some of these components and are considering purchas...

What is a digital audio workstation?
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What is a digital audio workstation? provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Rick Schmunk as part of the Ableton Live 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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