Ableton Live 101
Core Live 7
Genre: Audio
  • 208 Videos
  • 6h 4m
This comprehensive Ableton Live 7 tutorial provides serious skills for anyone that is new to using this incredible music production application ...
Technical author, and one of the new-school's top Ableton educators, Martin Delaney is a master of Ableton Live. His books about Ableton Live are the de facto resource for people that want to learn this amazing audio program!
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Ableton Live 7 has been making waves in the underground music scene, and these days it's more common to see performers on stage playing sets with Ableton Live than it is to see DJs spinning on turntables. With it's amazing real-time audio editing abilities, Ableton Live 7 is the best live performance tool on the market today ... but that doesn't mean it's easy to use!

If you're moving to Ableton Live 7 from a more traditional audio DAW like Logic Studio or Pro Tools, you'll find the workflow completely different than what you're used to. But once you know a few tips & tricks, you'll begin thinking like Ableton Live does, and the results will be better music - every time!

In 208 separate videos, technical author, laptop music guru and consummate Live performer Martin Delaney shows you the quick-way into Ableton Live 7. Using moving pictures and sound, this video tutorial program let's you see and hear how Live 7 works!

This is a comprehensive tutorial, but you don't need to watch it from beginning to end. Use the detailed menus and keyword search system to quickly find topics that interest you - that's the essence of Nonlinear Educating!

For a detailed list of the topics contained in this tutorial, check out the Table of Contents.
Section 1: First steps
Section 2: Quick peeks
Section 3: Getting help
Section 4: The interface
Section 5: Control Bar
Section 6: Mixer
Section 7: Crossfader
Section 8: In/Out overview
Section 9: Browsing content
Section 10: Organising content
Section 11: Clips in general
Section 12: Tempo overview
Section 13: Time signature overview
Section 14: Audio clips
Section 15: Editing audio clips
Section 16: MIDI clips
Section 17: Video clips
Section 18: Scenes
Section 19: Devices in general
Section 20: Effects
Section 21: Instruments
Section 22: Arrangement view
Section 23: The In/Out window
Section 24: Recording in general
Section 25: Recording audio
Section 26: Recording MIDI
Section 27: Automation
Section 28: Rendering
Section 29: Housework
Section 30: Live for Logic users
Section 31: ReWire
Section 32: MIDI sync to/from hardware
Section 33: DJing overview
Section 34: The Disneyland setup
Section 35: Drums at large
Section 36: Teaching Live to kids
Section 37: You want more content?
Section 38: Hardware Control
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