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
Another year is coming to a close. 2016 was another difficult one for me due to health issues. There'll be lots to look forward to for next year though - for you and me... Let's have a look at the
By now, I've released a lot of free skins for Ableton Live. 47 to be exact. In the last few months, I've gone over all of them individually and improved them, as there are so many details to consider. Different
In this new tutorial in my Ableton Live Insider Tips video series it's all about the clip launch modes, that are only available for clips in the Session View. I explain the four available modes: Trigger, Gate, Toggle and Repeat.
I'm currently working on a collaboration with a good friend. For our first song together, we rummaged through my sound library under Machines and Mechanical. It inspired this free Live Pack that includes two racks, one Drum Rack, one Instrument
Loop 2016 has been over for some days now, but I'm still reeling from all the experiences there. It's really hard to pinpoint what made the event so special. Was it the talks, the discussions, the performances, the
Locators can be useful when you're working in the Arrangement View. They offer a quick way to jump to specific locations on the timeline. This tutorial shows you how to maximise their benefit. Questions and suggestions are always welcome.
Exactly 15 years ago to this day, Ableton Live 1 was released - on October 30, 2001. The Session View with the grid layout for clips and scenes was a fundamental change in the approach to working with music. As
This is a question I've seen pop up over the internet again and again and I thought I'd shed some light on the topic. While there's a bypass button in some other DAWs that allow you to simply temporarily turn off
The Mellotron is an electro-mechanical, polyphonic tape replay keyboard from 1963 that became popular after the Beatles had used it on some of their songs. This bundle contains 10 Live Packs full of Mellotron sounds. Each note was individually sampled