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
If you have a boutique MIDI controller that doesn't come with a MIDI remote script for Ableton Live or if you want to add your own quick access controls instead of using the available control surface, this meant mapping parameters
In a previous tutorial I've shown you how you can map clip parameters in Ableton Live's Session View that will be active for any selected clip. In this new video I explain two ways how to preserve these parameter changes
This is the video version of the second most checked out written tutorial. It explains how to set up any MIDI controller with Ableton Live.
This tutorial of my series "Ableton Live Insider Tips" is an sequel to the previous one. This time we take it a step further by additionally mapping Transpose for even cooler glitch effects.
Here comes another tutorial in the 'Ableton Live Insider Tips' series. This time it's about mapping clip parameters, its perks and the fun things you can with it together with beats, melodies and chords. This can be great for glitchy
In the latest episode of the 'Ableton Insider Tips' you learn how you can play a MIDI clip tonally with a keyboard and therefore transposing it on the fly. I also show you a little trick to keep it harmonic.
In the latest video tutorial in the "Ableton Live Insider Tips" series, I'm back with another tip that most users don't know. This feature isn't documented at all. I explain, how you can play an Audio Clip in Live tonally,
Before you can start having fun with your MIDI controller, it needs to be configured in Live - this goes for MIDI keyboards and all sorts of other controllers sending MIDI data. If you bought a MIDI controller that is