Working with Live scenes


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Working with Live scenes

Most music production applications force you to work in a linear manner. Live Session view is a great scratchpad, which allows you to work without the constraints of a linear workflow. In this video, we'll learn how to work with live clips to form scenes and then put scenes together to form a song. So a scene is a collection of clips arranged in a horizontal row in Live Session view. Usually the clips are intended to play together and form a section of a song, like the verse or chorus. So remember the tracks are vertical columns, and can only play one clip at a time. But launching a scene launches all the clips in that row.

You can do that by clicking on the Scene Launch button here in the Master track. (Music playing.) You can stop the scene from playing by pressing the Spacebar on your computer keyboard, or by clicking on the Stop All Clips button here on the Master track. You may want to rename a scene, and you can do that by right-clicking, and choosing Rename from the Contextual m...

Working with Live scenes
Video duration: 6m 43s 7h 20m Beginner

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Working with Live scenes provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Rick Schmunk as part of the Ableton Live 8 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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