Kill Paris-Ableton Live Certified Trainer www.soundcloud.com/killparis Yuengling8090 asked „instead of flipping thru effects on an audio effects rack, how would you do the same flipping thru kicks on a drum rack with a knob?“ In this video, we learn how to switch between multiple kick drums in a drum rack. Perfect for House or Electro-House music. Please like and Subscribe
This is a better version of my previous video, you can more easily see the patch, and I take you through the delay/flanger with feedback and how you set up the interface for device view. It’s really intended for those who are thinking about Max and what to see what you can do and how hard or easy it is.
In this tutorial I show and explain how to use the loop feature in Live 8’s Sampler to create huge bass synths. Enjoy and Subscribe If you like what you see
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More info: bit.ly In this new video, Dubspot students talk about their experience participating in our 3-month intensive Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program. Students learn how to create, record, produce, and perform music using Ableton Live. The students discuss their individual background, how they discovered Dubspot and what they’ve learned from our talented and versatile instructors DJ Kiva, Jon Margulies, and Adam Partridge. This program is about learning Ableton Live by going through the entire process of being an artist, by developing your own sound through a series of sketches and experimentation. You will also learn the ins and outs of this powerful software through a series of exercises designed to help you master the steps involved in producing your own music. After a level of getting familiar with the tools that Ableton has to offer, you will then develop your sonic ideas into full length songs — one per level. You will be exposed to a variety of approaches to arrangement and composition, storytelling techniques, ways of creating tension and drama in your music. At the end of the day, it is the sum total of your choices as an artist that define your sound, and levels 2 — 6 will give you the experience of actually completing tracks to add to your portfolio.
An overview of how I made my remix of Euphoria. (www.youtube.com
NEW COVER (Daft Punk) www.youtube.com (Facebook: www.facebook.com Hey guys, I made this video to see if it was possible to play one of Skrillex’s songs 100% live, without any pre-recorded parts on the computer. And this is the result. Enjoy! Soundcloud: soundcloud.com MP3: www.mediafire.com Gear I used: Korg MicroKorg Korg Electribe MX-1 Korg Kaoss Pad 3 Yamaha MG124C Mixer NOTE: The only edit I made to this song in post-production was adding a bit of reverb. The purpose of these videos is to break the notion that all electronic music has to be performed by DJs with a set of turtables or Ableton controllers. Personally, I like the risk involved with this kind of performance; as it makes the reward all the more great! And now for a quick little bio for those of you who have read all this! My name is Ethan Dirks, and starting in late 2011 I started going by my performance name „Vox Atomic.“ I mostly produce electro, though I’ve been experimenting with a little dubstep lately. Recently, I’ve shifted my focus onto performing everything completely live(which is difficult but incredibly rewarding!) So stay tuned to this channel for a new song on a regular basis!
Check out the full article: bit.ly In this video (part 1 of 3 focusing on Sidechaining) Dubspot instructor and Ableton Live expert Steve Nalepa shows how to use the Compressor-Sidechain audio effect in Ableton Live. Put simply, Sidechain Compression allows „different elements of your songs to essentially dance together.“ Professor Nalepa starts by creating a simple dubstep drum pattern (kick and snare), adds a couple of synths which overpowered the drums, basically drowning the kick and snare. To remedy this imbalance, Nalepa select the synth tracks and grouped them together, and worked on the tracks/elements individually, reducing volume and adding effects. The popular effect has been used by a number of unique electronic and dance music producers from Daft Punk and Justice to newer artists like Baths and Nosaj Thing extraordinary results. Was this helpful to you? Do you have questions? Leave us a comment below!
For samples, more tutorials, and updates – Please subscribe to my channel Soundcloud: soundcloud.com Samples for all videos to date: www.mediafire.com In this tutorial I will show you how to make a melody, a stabby synth and a lead synth in Massive. In this series of tutorials I will be making a short, heavy dubstep tune going right from building drums to sound design, bass resampling, using return tracks, mixing and self mastering. If you like artists such as Skrillex, Downlink, Excision, Datsik, Borgore, Rusko, 12th Planet then these tutorials will help you. Other videos in this series: Fat & Punchy Kick Drum – www.youtube.com Hard & Snappy Snare – www.youtube.com Fast & Shuffled Hi Hats – www.youtube.com Breathing Life Into Your Drums – www.youtube.com Morphing & Evolving Pad In Massive (Part 1) – www.youtube.com Morphing & Evolving Pad In Massive (Part 2) – www.youtube.com A Textured Impact (Granular Synthesis) (Part 1) – www.youtube.com A Textured Impact (Granular Synthesis) (Part 2) – www.youtube.com Creating a Melody and Lead Synth in Massive (Part 1) – www.youtube.com Creating a Melody and Lead Synth in Massive (Part 2) – www.youtube.com
In this one guys im showing you how to create a pretty cool synth lead for your new moombahcore track. The synth lead will lay nicely on top of everything in the mix leading to your mean drop! Enjoy! Follow me on twitter twitter.com Check out my sound cloud soundcloud.com Like me on facebook!www.facebook.com