Part five of the Ableton Live Tutorial series goes over the export audio window. Exporting audio is crucial to getting your music out of Ableton and onto other devices. There is a slew of options in here so for a beginner navigating to the proper settings can be crucial to getting the desired sound, file size and type, etc. If you find you need a small tutorial on the Ableton Live export audio panel then this video is for you.
Part four of the Ableton Live tutorial series discusses the Ableton Live Preferences. The preferences panel is crucial for setting up your journey with Ableton Live. We discuss some important tips for setting up your preferences and workflow. There’s some hidden features to the preferences panel especially if you like to drag and drop samples into the arrangement view there is a tip that you do not want to miss. The preferences panel in Ableton Live may seem like a basics video but I ensure you there might be something in here you did not know about. This is not a full blown overview of the preferences panel rather a quick tutorial and some important functions to take a look at when starting out with Ableton Live.
Part three of our Ableton Live Tutorial Series we give you the Ableton Live Arrangement View tutorial. This is your standard workflow for most DAWs and is very common and easy to understand. We go over some workflow tips in this view and how you can transfer your ideas quickly from session view over to the arrangement view. If you missed last weeks video on Ableton Live’s session view be sure to check that one out.
Part 2 of our Ableton Live Tutorial Series we bring you the Ableton Live Session View Tutorial. This view offers a unique way to quickly sketch out ideas and create quick loops for your music production. It does not follow the typical time line editor constraints that you find in most digital audio workstations (DAW’s). You can use it to play live as well. We go a bit in depth on the features of Ableton Live’s Session View and offer some good usage tips so you can understand how you can use this view in your music production.
In this video we give you an Ableton Live 11 overview to help with your music production. Ableton Live is a digital audio workstation (DAW) that unlike other DAWs on the market, Ableton is designed to be an instrument for live performances as well as a tool to create, produce, record mix and master music.
Ableton is very unique in the sense that it has two distinct views. In this video we give you a brief overview of Ableton Live and talk about some of the basics. This is part one of a five part series on Ableton Live.
In this video Freddie from Distinct Mastering goes over some sound selection tips for producers and gives examples on how to choose sounds that go together. Picking the right sounds in your productions is crucial to getting the quality that you might be lacking. Wondering why some of your sounds might be thin? Music production is all about the selections at the start of the production process and utilizing some of these tips can help make your productions stand out.
In this video Freddie from Distinct Mastering goes over different ways to use the Universal Audio SPL Transient Designer. These tips can be applied with any transient designer. Transient designers can give you some control over audio files if you do not have an ADSR or envelope. Transient designers can be used to glue things together in your mix or just help the groove.
In this video Freddie from Distinct Mastering shows you how to start making music on your computer. All of the very basics of music production are covered. This is a great video for a beginner to learn what one might need to produce music. If you’re a beginner and you want to start making music today then this video is going to give you all the information you need.
In this video Freddie from Distinct Mastering goes over five different methods to sidechain your kick and bass. Sidechains are a common trick used in many genres and has lots of applications. Examples given of sidechaining your kick and bass include tools like compressors, shapers, multi-band compression, and more. He shows how using a combination of plug ins can provide positive and custom results.
In this video Freddie from Distinct Mastering goes over a trick to widen your claps with the Waves Doubler 2. Creating space and allowing things to sit in interesting ways gives the listener more emotion. In dance music sometimes claps can be used to enhance the width of your drums in a creative way.