Now that I've updated all relevant tutorials to Live 10, I'm back with the Ableton Live Quick Tips series. This time, I've got a little tip that can be useful for your workflow, but isn't documented in the Live manual.
I've been rummaging through the Max for Live online library once again and picked out three free devices for you that you should find very useful. Mix Matcher 1.0 Mix Matcher by Funkatronics is a mix referencing tool that allows
I've been thinking of creating a live performance setup for electronic clubs that integrates VJing with live jamming for a long while. I've always also worked with visual art and I make my own music videos, so this seemed like
While doing technical support for Ableton, I encountered a lot of users who'd wanted to have their own folder structure in Live Projects. Most of them simply moved around files in the Windows Explorer or Mac's Finder to achieve this. This approach,
You might be aware that Christian Kleine aka Max for Cats is into vintage hardware synths. He's also very much interested in old hardware effects and has a nice collection. He's now used his knowledge and skills to create a
With Live 10, skins are now called themes, and they also have a new format. Live 9 skins still work, although the transport bar at the top will appear grey, no matter if it fits with the rest of the
ClyphX has been my secret weapon for a long time. Without it, my live performance setup would not be possible. It's a MIDI remote script for Ableton Live that allows for very simple scripting to control any parameter in Live.