Ableton Live 11 is here, and so is this course by Ableton Certified Trainer Noah Pred. Join him and learn how to produce a track in the box with Ableton Live 11. This course includes a Live project resource file.
There's no better way to study Ableton Live 11 than with a Certified Trainer like Noah Pred. In this course, Noah guides you through his creative process and shows you how to build a track from scratch in Live while explaining and demonstrating the new features introduced in the latest version of the software. This course is all about learning good workflows to optimize your creativity when creating music with Live... so join in!
First, Noah explains core concepts of Ableton Live to help you quickly get creative when beginning a new project. He then starts creating a track by programing a main beat, and adding variation and interest to the pattern with the new Chance tools. Next, you learn tips to quickly generate new musical ideas, and create chord progressions, bass lines and arpeggiated synth lines.
Once the foundation of the track is in place, it's time to add some melodic elements on top with Operator. Continuing with the course, you learn to go deep within each note using the new MPE feature, how to comp perfect takes, how to make robotic vocoder effects using Spectral Resonators, how to use the new Hybrid Reverb, beat slicing tips and so much more...
So sit back and study Ableton Live 11 with Producer and Certified Trainer Noah Pred! This 31-tutorial course will teach you how to create a track from start to finish with Live!
Thank you Noah for doing such a great job of showcasing some new tricks in Live 11 to build a song from scratch and share the project as well. I have more reasons now to dig dipper in the new features in Live 11 or other useful features I have not exploited yet.
I look forward to going through the 402 course and learn more tricks. Keep up the great work!
Victor Garcia wrote on February 26, 2021
Very informative, was looking to learn more about the new features in Live 11 and the course didn’t dissapoint, it was very helpful and I learned some new tricks along the way!