Read the complete article by Dubspot’s Pat Cupo and get more info here – bit.ly Once upon a time, in the not too distant past, I was building a drum track and decided to use Drum Rack. While programming my beat and tweaking controls I thought, „Man, I wish Simpler had some of those cool random options that Impulse has so I could use them in Drum Rack.“ Now, flashing back to the time when Drum Rack came out with Live 7, everyone (myself included) was like, „Yo, forget Impulse! Drum Rack is the stuff!“ Then began the war between die-hard Impulse fans and Drum Rack spearheads. But wait! Why should we have to choose? Why is it one or the other? Then I had an idea…
More info – bit.ly In our new Ableton Live video tutorial series, ‚Did You Know?‘, Ableton Certified Trainer, Dubspot Instructor, and electronic musician Thavius Beck checks out less explored and slightly hidden features in Live. In this week’s episode, Thavius explains and demonstrates how to use Ableton Live’s built-in step input recording feature. This feature, which was added in Live 8, allows you to input MIDI notes into Live simply by adding a MIDI track, enabling recording, setting Live’s grid value, and you can record using a MIDI keyboard, your computer keyboard, or simply draw in the MIDI notes.
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www.primeloops.com • DOWNLOAD FREE Ableton Live Tutorials! We will be updating our Music Production Tips & Tricks channel with new Tutorial frequently, so make sure to subscribe now! Yes now! Ableton Live Tutorial – Panning your Drums Drum panning is essential in modern music production and is often overlooked, sometimes even in major productions. In this tutorial I take it back to basics and show you a great technique, and the fundamental way to pan your drum beats to give a much wider stereo spectrum. Stay Creative!
Read an article by John Selway and find out more here: bit.ly In the first installment of Techno Fundamentals, electronic musician and Dubspot Instructor John Selway explains and shows you how to create interesting, deep, and lush bass sounds with Ableton Live’s versatile software instrument Operator.
DOWNLOAD FREE TECHNO SAMPLES HERE : www.primeloops.com • Plus video tutorials, beat making tips, blogs and industry advice!!! Picture the scene its dawn, the sun is breaking over the forgotten city, people are getting up for work. But somewhere, in a secret boarded up basement, a faint stutter of strobe lights can be made out. The deep thud of pounding techno music can be heard. As the rest of the world prepares for another day, a handful of hardcore ravers are dancing the night away, reaching new levels of consciousness, united by pulsating rhythms and other-worldly sounds. Drawing influences from the Godfathers of Techno such as Kraftwerk, Richie Hawtin, Jeff Mills, Gregor Thresor and Trentemoller Liquid Techno Grooves captures the true sound of contemporary Techno, touching on popular sub-genres such as Minimal Techno, Tech House, Progressive Techno and Tech Trance. This up-to-date collection is fast-paced, and a powerful creative tool for producers, DJs and modern musicians looking to streamline the production process for release. Authored by David Rose from the Prime Loops Production Squadron, he is one of our best engineers, with a vast amount of connections to the underground club scene. A walking dance dictionary, living and breathing music every day. This collection has been made with the modern club-scene in mind, and comprises of over 130 pounding drums, squelchy percussions, horrific basses, razor-sharp synths and trippy effects loops. As standard, this …
For more, please visit Dubspot’s blog bit.ly Inspired by a recent studio session with the legendary producer Photek, Dubspot Instructor and electronic music producer Professor Nalepa shares some techniques for preparing your live set for DJing, live performance and DJ mixes in this week’s Ableton Live tutorial. In particular, using recent remixes of his own tracks by Salva and St. Andrew, he shares some useful advice on warping your tracks properly, a few tricks for setting up your live performance document, and some ideas to incorporate when making a DJ mix.
www.Ableton-Live-Tutorial.com Visit Now To Get The Free Effects Tutorial Course. This video shows you how I did the sound design for a remix of Daft Punks Around The World I have been working on. This video covers so many things it’s hard to give a good description. Needless to say I show you as much as possible when it comes to building up sounds, setting knobs for a live performance etc etc. All the stuff you will probably have come to expect from me. I hope you enjoy it and learn something from my ramblings.
www.Ableton-Live-Tutorial.com Visit Now To Get The Free Effects Tutorial Course. In this video I show you how you can use your voice, a cheap headset mic and some effects to do crazy things with your techno. And you get an impromtu bass tutorial. How to make fat heavy bass. Really fat. So enjoy, please leave a comment and I’ll see you at the site.
DOWNLOAD FREE DEMO SAMPLES HERE: www.primeloops.com • plus free music production tutorials/tips and tricks, and loads more! Sweet! Over 65 blazin‘ Drum Breaks & Percussion Loops, featuring distinctive Merengue/Latin Flavours Delivered by heavily equipped army supply helicopters, deep behind enemy lines, this hard-hitting consignment of guerilla beats and breaks was built to stand up to the toughest opposition in any scenario. Heavy-duty oldskool machinery has been fused with modern musical weapons technology, to create a hybrid selection of ruff and rollin‘ riddims, ready to deal with the deadliest enemy in the jungle. Get this inspirational flightcase full of 70 hard-hitting dubstep, electro, garage and reggaeton breaks and start to build sets with high-calibre capabilities. Loaded with explosive kicks, glitchy snares and armour-piercing synth percussions, your hard drive will be ready to destroy any dancehall. Clearly labelled, precisely cut and suitable for immediate use in any sampler or sequencer, including Logic, Reason, Ableton and Fruityloops, you’ll be missing in action for days in the studio once you get your hands on this deadly pack. Using all-analogue classic drum machines like the Roland 626, Alesis SR16 and the Linndrum, along with modern hardware and chopped up resampled vinyl breaks, producer Dimitry Vasilyev has created an insanely varied array of sonic weapons. Of course, every megabyte has been analysed and triple safety-checked in our laboratory …