Features & Additional information
What is Ableton Live?
Ableton Live is an audio workstation that allows you to compose your own music thanks to the arranger window. But not only! Thanks to its session window, the program is used by many DJs and musicians for live performances, where the artist does not use a pre-made track, but creates a track right on stage live! Thanks to this opportunity, the program has become a favorite for many musicians.
Ableton Live is a program that employs a huge number of famous musicians of all styles and genres of music. It makes no sense to list many names, for example, these are such giants of the music industry as Armin Van Buuren and Skrillex.
This is because the program provides great opportunities for work, improvisation, live performances – and all this in one box, that is: for full-fledged work there is no need to use third-party programs! All this helped the Ableton Live program to gain worldwide fame and become the standard of modern DJing.
What will the Ableton Live from Zero to Expert course give you?
There are many lessons on the Internet, but they are all: scattered, not systematized, and there is not a single course for the full study of the program, all its subtleties and capabilities. That was before the release of this video course “Ableton Live from zero to expert”. The most important feature of this course is that you will know everything about the program. Here we will consider: absolutely all the features of the program, let’s talk about each knob, button, option. We will not only discuss everything in theory, but also teach you how to apply the possibilities of the sequencer in practice. Information is presented systematically and with a detailed description with examples.
- After studying all the possibilities of the program, you will no longer waste your creative inspiration, because you will not suffer in search of the realization of this or that idea.
- Work will speed up noticeably. Nothing in our time can be more valuable than such a resource as time!
- In your hands will be the most powerful tool not only for writing music, but also for live performances and DJing!
- By exploring all the possibilities of the program, you will have a lot of new ideas and you will get a new creative impetus.
- It will no longer be necessary to ask anyone questions about how to do something in the program, they can be asked to you.
- In your power will be a tool that is used by so many stars of the music industry. You will know about all the functions of the program!
The course consists of 110 video lessons with a total duration of 9 hours, during which I clearly and clearly explain all the functions of the Ableton Live program. Everything is explained and shown in detail and consistently – you will not have questions about the meaning of any parameter and the need for various functions.
File and Set Management
Collections Places Working with the file browser Analysis file (.asd) Export audio and video Preview files Hot swap mode Decoding and cache network Analysis file (.asd) Audio and video export MIDI files Live clips Live projects Search for missing files Collection of external files Search for unused files Packing projects into packages
Arrangement window Navigation Transport panel Start playing an arrangement using the locators Time signature change Arrangement Loop Moving and resizing clips Audio clip fades and crossfades Highlight clips and time intervals Using the edit grid Using ... time commands Splitting and joining clips Linked track editing
Clip window Clip window Clip Bookmark Sample tab Notes tab Default clip settings and update rate
Audio clips, tempo and warp Tempo Sample Time Warping Master and slave tempo Warping markers Using Warp Markers Sound Quantization Settings for good stretching quality
Editing MIDI Notes and Velocities Creating an empty MIDI clip MIDI editor Navigating and moving around the MIDI editor Harmony, folding and looping Editing notes Note Quantization Editing Velocity and Probability Multi-clip editing
MPE Editing View MPE data Edit MPE data Audio to MIDI conversion Cut into a new MIDI track Audio to MIDI conversion
Using Grooves Grooves Groove editing Groove pool Session window Session Clips Tracks and scenes Track status fields Setting up the session grid Recording a session in an arrangement DJing Improvisation Trigger clips Launch section Next action
Routing and I/Os Sound input Monitoring Sound output Resampling Internal routing MIDI Routing Playing MIDI from a Computer Keyboard Connecting external synthesizers mixing Mixer Live Audio and MIDI tracks Track group Return tracks and Master track Using the crossfader Live Soloing and preview Track delays
Recording new clips Preparing for recording Recording in arrangement Write session slots MIDI overdub recording MIDI step recording Metronome settings and countdown recording Recording Quantized MIDI Notes Setting the file type and where the recorded samples MIDI Capture Compilation Take tracks insertion and management Making compilations
Working with tools and effects Using Live Devices Live Device Presets Default Presets Using plugins Device delay compensation Automation and Envelope Editing Write Automation to the Arrangement and Session Views Deletion primary automation Drawing and editing automation Envelope lock and menu commands
Clip envelopes Audio Clip Envelopes Mixer and clip device envelopes Clip MIDI Controller Envelopes Unlink clip envelopes from clips Working with video Working with video MIDI and keyboard remote control How to bind MIDI and keys Capture mode (jerking) Built-in support for external controllers
Using a second monitor (2x window mode) 109 Using a Second Monitor (2x Window) Freezing, saving computer resources 110 Freeze, save computer resources As you can see, the list turned out to be quite impressive, and the time is different from most courses. I did not want to make the course shorter or somehow shorten, the quality and clarity of the material provided was in the first place. So that you really learn about all the features of the program, and most importantly, to show it as clearly as possible!