Working with effect devices


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Working with effect devices

Individual tracks often need a little bit of help to fit and mix with the other tracks. In this video, we'll talk about effects devices that can solve those problems, and how they're added to a track in Ableton Live. So audio signal processors are a group of devices that can be used to change some characteristic of an audio signal. For example, an EQ or a filter can be used to change the tone of signal, or a compressor can be used to control the dynamic range of a signal. So adding an effect to a track is very easy. All we need to do is allocate an effect over in the Device browser, which I'm already in here, and drag and dropping it either on the track nameplate or down here in Device view. And before I do that, let me just add that audio effects, which we we're looking at here, can be added to both audio and MIDI tracks, but on MIDI tracks they have to be added after the virtual instrument. And I am seeing the macro here for the Impulse drum plug-in that's providing t...

Working with effect devices
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Working with effect devices 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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