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Ableton Live 10 - Create, Record and Edit Your Own Music

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Overview

Start Producing Your Own Music in Ableton Live 10

This course is all about Ableton Live 10, which is a software for music sequencing and is a digital audio workstation for OS X and Windows.

Ableton Live is used across professional studios, bedroom studios and also as a performance tool for live performance. Learning how to use your DAW correctly will dramatically improve the quality of your music and the speed you create it.

NOTE: This course is for Ableton Live Suite 10 and above. Some of the features I discuss in this course will only be available for Ableton Live Suite 10 and above.

If you are looking for a course that will show you how you can Create, Record and Edit Your Own Music in Ableton Live 10 then this is the course for you!

What is this Ableton Live 10 Course all about?

In this course you will gain a deep understanding of Ableton Live 10 and how to learn the tools and processes to create, record and edit your own music.. You'll learn the beauty and the power of this software that's used by professional producers today. 

This course will cover such topics as : 

• Understanding the Basics of Ableton Live 10

• Recording and Editing MIDI

• Recording and Editing Audio

• Creating your own Beats

• Quantising

• Warping

• Sampling 

• Drums Racks and Instrument Racks

• Synths, Simpler and Sampler

• Sidechaining

• MIDI Effects such as the Arpeggiator 

• Audio Effects such Compression and EQ,  

 • and Much More.

What you'll learn in this course will make you a better music producer, music editor and electronic composer. This course will also improve your songwriting abilities in Ableton Live 10 and all other Digital Audio Workstations!

Cheers,

Tomas.

Syllabus

  • Welcome
  • Introduction
  • Main Overview
  • Part 1 - Getting Started
  • Part 2 Creating the Music
  • Part 3 - Start Writing in MIDI
  • Part 4 - Adding Drums with the Drum Rack
  • Part 5 - Adding Final Ideas
  • Part 6 - New Instruments + Parts Overview
  • Part 7 - Final Set Organization Tips
  • Part 8 - Introduction to Session View Arrangement
  • Part 9 - More Session View Arrangement Tips
  • Part 10 - Recording into the Arrangement View
  • Editions Comparison for Ableton Live 10
  • Editing in the Arrangement View
  • MIDI Editor Recap
  • Recording Audio
  • Warping Audio
  • Main Preferences
  • Downloading Packs
  • Control Bar
  • Browser
  • Song 1 Analysis - Chord Progressions
  • Song 1 Analysis - Melodies
  • Song 2 Analysis - Drum Beats
  • Song 3 Analysis - Unusual Chords
  • Wavetable Part 1
  • Wavetable Part 2
  • Capture
  • Echo
  • Drum Bus
  • Pedal
  • Split Stereo Pan Mode
  • Multi-clip Editing
  • Tension Instrument - Part 1
  • Tension Instrument - Part 2
  • Tension Instrument - Part 3
  • Tension Instrument - Part 4
  • Drum Rack Overview
  • Drum Rack - Organisation
  • Drum Rack - Tabs
  • Drum Rack - Sends and Returns
  • Drum Rack - Creating a Beat
  • Drum Rack - Sample Layering
  • Drum Rack - Macros
  • Drum Rack - Choke
  • Drum Rack - Quantization
  • Instrument Rack
  • MIDI Effects Rack
  • Simpler - Sampler Overview
  • Simpler - Classic Mode
  • Simpler - 1 Shot
  • Simpler - Slice
  • Simpler - Right Click
  • Simpler - Controls
  • Sampler - Part 1
  • Sampler - Part 2
  • Sampler - Part 3
  • Sampler - Part 4
  • Sampler - Part 5
  • Sampler - Part 6
  • Operator Synth
  • Electric
  • External Instrument
  • Impulse
  • Impulse Multi-Output
  • EQ 8
  • Compressor
  • Sidechain Compression
  • Glue Compressor
  • Limiter
  • Simple Delay
  • Ping Pong Delay
  • Auto Filter
  • Auto Pan
  • EQ 3
  • Filter Delay
  • Grain Delay
  • Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Phaser
  • Corpus
  • Erosion
  • Amp
  • Cabinet
  • Overdrive
  • Saturator
  • Resonator
  • Vocoder - Part 1
  • Vocoder - Part 2
  • Dynamic Tube
  • Redux
  • Frequency Shifter
  • External Audio Effect
  • Utility
  • Arpeggiator
  • Chord
  • Scale
  • Chord, Scale and Arpeggiator
  • Length
  • Pitch
  • Velocity
  • Quantize MIDI
  • Quantize with Grooves
  • MIDI Mapping
  • Max Introduction
  • Export Settings

Taught by

Tomas George

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