Mute the lead.
There are a lot of free Ableton Live and Max for Live Packs available at Ableton's website alone, and there are tons of premium packs to choose from. Most of them come with an included help lesson that is opened
Today Ableton released a new video series called One Thing that shows different artists share small tricks they use to overcome creative blocks or avoid repeating themselves. The intention behind it is strikingly similar to my long running text based
This time, I have found three free Max for Live devices that are quite simple, but each adds one specific feature that is missing in Ableton Live. I'm sure you will find at least one of them immensely useful. jot.zoomer
The free SB Clicks & Pops Live Pack is yet another one based on sounds from my own library. The name reflects the source samples, namely clicks and pops. I recorded them ages ago, when I was still using Fruity
One of the many tutorials on this website explains how to create your own template set for Ableton Live. Recently someone asked, if it was possible to use multiple template sets. Sonic Bloom reader Michael DeLisio gave a useful tip,
This week I've got a brand new and free Max for Live MIDI effect by Max for Cats for you. TriggerTune is designed to play a melodic sequence with just the press of a (MIDI mappable) button or by an
This video tutorial shows an often overlooked feature in Ableton Live, an easy trick to keep your tracks always correctly numbered, even if you reorder them. I was reminded of it when a producer who'd been working with Live for