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Ableton Live 202 - Advanced MIDI Techniques.
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By changing Mono Sequencer to “Program Pitch” mode, it is possible to manually play the notes we want the sequencer to remember.
Working with MIDI Arrangement overdub, we can create complex parts by layering.
Arpeggiators have been a crucial part of the development of electronic music.
Resampling MIDI allows us to capture complex MIDI generated by MIDI effects for easy editing and arranging.
The Velocity effect is useful for controlling the force of incoming MIDI notes before it plays an instrument.
We can create unusual variations to a MIDI part by using the Random effect.
By extending clips, it gives us room to write fills and variations.
__________ can be useful in finding the notes of a chord in audio played by another instrument.
Slice to New MIDI Track
Convert to Melody to New MIDI Track
Convert to Harmony to New MIDI Track
Mono Sequencer doesn’t work with stereo instruments.
It’s only possible to record MIDI in session view.
The reverse MIDI clip button is in the top menu.
The Pitch effect can be used to auto tune a vocal track.
The MIDI chord effect allows us to add up to 4 extra notes to the one we play.
We can adjust the duration of MIDI notes with the Length effect.
It is possible to “daisy chain” MIDI from one track to another by routing it to generate multiple parts on multiple tracks.
Convert Drums to MIDI analyzes drum audio to create a MIDI pattern.
Convert to Melody is useful to convert piano chords into MIDI data.
The Scale effect works best by playing only the black keys.
Ableton Live 202
Advanced MIDI Techniques
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