Music Production In Ableton Live 9 The Complete Course! TUTORiAL

Music Production In Ableton Live 9 TUTORiAL

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Join Successful students in this Music Production course for Creating, Recording + Performing Music with Ableton Live 9

What you’ll learn
Learn how to set-up and navigate themselves around Ableton Live 9 so they can learn to use this amazing piece of music production software
Warp and Edit Audio for samples and loops
Record and Edit MIDI Information to create interesting beats and music
Record in their own Audio in Ableton Live 9
Arrange your own music and beats
Avoid common pitfalls and mistakes other Ableton Live users make
Build your own track from nothing
Have a full understanding of the Push 2 Ableton Hardware
Learn how to create amazing sounding songs in Ableton Live 9
Improve your general skills in Music Production
Basic Music Skills
A Working PC, Laptop, iMac or MacBook
Ableton Live 9.5 software or above (preferably Ableton Live Suite)
Basic Music Production Skills is desirable, but not necessary
Ableton Live 9 is a software music sequencer and 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 9.5 and above. Some of the features I discuss in this course will only be available for Ableton Live Suite 9.5 and above
In this course you will gain a deep understanding of Ableton Live 9 and how to use it to create your own music and for live electronic performance. 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 setting up Ableton Live 9, Recording Audio and MIDI, Creating your own Loops, Quantising, Microphones, Multitrack Recording, Warping Audio, Arranging, Sampling, Beat Making, Drums Racks, Synths, Instrument Racks, The Simpler and Sampler, Sidechaining, MIDI Effects, Audio Effects, Using Ableton for Live Performance, Max for Live, The Push 2 Ableton Hardware and more.
What you’ll learn in this course will make you a better music producer, music editor and live electronic musician and will also improve your song-writing abilities in Ableton Live 9 and all other Digital Audio Workstations!
Learn to love Ableton Live 9 and make music with it.
This course was last updated on 11/27/2016


Section 1: Introduction and What You Will Learn From This Course

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Getting the Most from this Course

Lecture 3 Join the Official Student Group

Section 2: Getting Started and Setting up

Lecture 4 Getting Started

Lecture 5 Arrangment vs Session View

Lecture 6 Quick Help

Lecture 7 Session View

Lecture 8 Arrangment View

Lecture 9 Info and Help View

Lecture 10 Session and Arrangement Navigation

Lecture 11 Key Commands

Lecture 12 Preferences

Lecture 13 Browser

Lecture 14 Ins, Outs and Sends

Section 3: Recording and Editing Audio and MIDI

Lecture 15 Recording Audio

Lecture 16 MIDI

Lecture 17 Recording MIDI

Lecture 18 Recording to the Arrangement

Lecture 19 Looping Audio

Lecture 20 MIDI Editing

Lecture 21 Automation

Lecture 22 Groove Pool

Lecture 23 Quantising

Lecture 24 Microphones

Lecture 25 Multitrack Recording

Lecture 26 Warping Audio

Section 4: Arranging

Lecture 27 Locators

Lecture 28 Map Locators

Lecture 29 Looping

Lecture 30 Arranging in the Session View

Lecture 31 Sampling Audio

Lecture 32 Tempo and Time Signature Changes

Section 5: Making Your Own Beats

Lecture 33 Chopping up Audio

Lecture 34 Slicer

Lecture 35 Drum Rack

Lecture 36 Drum Rack Groove Pool

Lecture 37 Bass Part

Lecture 38 Pads

Section 6: Synths, Samplers and Racks

Lecture 39 Synths Intro

Lecture 40 Synths Explained

Lecture 41 Instrument Rack

Lecture 42 Macros

Lecture 43 Simpler

Lecture 44 Sampler

Section 7: Effects

Lecture 45 Sidechain

Lecture 46 Resampling

Lecture 47 Send and Return Tracks

Lecture 48 MIDI Effects Intro

Lecture 49 MIDI Effects: Arpeggiator

Lecture 50 MIDI Effects: Chord

Lecture 51 MIDI Effects Rack

Lecture 52 MIDI Effects: Length

Lecture 53 MIDI Effects: Pitch

Lecture 54 MIDI Effects: Random

Lecture 55 MIDI Effects: Scale

Lecture 56 MIDI Effects: Velocity

Lecture 57 Audio Effects: Simple Delay

Lecture 58 Audio Effect: Ping Pong Delay

Lecture 59 Audio Effect: Reverb

Lecture 60 Audio Effects: 3 Band EQ

Lecture 61 Audio Effects: 8 Band EQ

Lecture 62 Audio Effects: Compressor

Lecture 63 Audio Effects: Limiter

Lecture 64 Audio Effects: Tuner

Section 8: Mixing

Lecture 65 Mixing Tips

Section 9: Using Ableton for Live Performance

Lecture 66 Audio Effects Rack

Lecture 67 Saving Audio Effects Racks and Performance Controllers

Lecture 68 Follow Action

Lecture 69 Launch Mode

Lecture 70 Performance Tips

Lecture 71 Ableton Controller – APC40 MK2

Lecture 72 DJing in Live Tips

Section 10: Max for Live

Lecture 73 Max for Live Intro

Lecture 74 Max for Live Devices

Lecture 75 Max Navigation

Lecture 76 Max Help View

Lecture 77 Max MIDI Patching

Lecture 78 Objects, Arguments and Messages

Lecture 79 Buttons and Bangs

Lecture 80 Goal

Lecture 81 MIDI Delay

Lecture 82 Harmoniser

Lecture 83 Audio Effect: Gain

Lecture 84 Audio Effect: Delay

Lecture 85 Max for Live Outro

Section 11: Ableton Hardware – Push 2

Lecture 86 Ableton Push 2 – An Overview

Lecture 87 Ableton Push 2 – The Set Up

Lecture 88 Ableton Push 2 – Loading a Drum Rack

Lecture 89 Push vs Push 2

Lecture 90 Ableton Push 2 – Using a Step Sequencer for the Drum Rack

Lecture 91 Ableton Push 2 – Step Sequencer Overdubbing and Quantising

Lecture 92 Ableton Push 2 – Note Repeat

Lecture 93 Ableton Push 2 – Recording Automation and Step Automation

Lecture 94 Ableton Push 2 – Set up a Melodic Instrument Ready to Record

Lecture 95 Ableton Push 2 – Recording Melodic Instruments

Lecture 96 Ableton Push 2 – The Mixer in Push 2

Lecture 97 Ableton Push 2 – The Simpler – Intro

Lecture 98 Ableton Push 2 – The Simpler 2

Lecture 99 Ableton Push 2 – The Simpler 3

Lecture 100 Ableton Push 2 – Send Effects

Lecture 101 Ableton Push 2 – Resampling

Lecture 102 Ableton Push 2 – Recording to the Arrangement

Lecture 103 Ableton Push 2 – Clip and Arrangement

Lecture 104 Ableton Push 2 – Audio to Simpler

Section 12: Last Section

Lecture 105 Bonus Lecture: Learn More from Tomas + Digital Music Masters

Those with basic music production skills who wish to improve,Experienced music performers who want to know how to record their ideas,DJs who want to start producing their own music,New and experienced Ableton Live users who want to deepen their knowledge,Those interested in creating their own music or being better at music production,Band members who want to learn how to create electronic music,Anyone interested learning the basics of Music Production in Ableton Live 9


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