I always keep an eye out for interesting new Max for Live devices. These four utility tools by Loptimist, who admits to being new to Max for Live development, only have one function each, but are very useful in their simplicity.
While Max for Cats is busy developing new advanced devices, he tends to come up with nice ideas for simpler ones. BigMeter, a big volume meter with a phase correlation meter, is one of them that he followed through to
Creativity can be messy and chaotic. It's often more important to quickly get ideas down when you're in the flow than to keep things tidy. Yet, once you get to the mixing stage, keeping order in your Live Set helps
One typical rookie mistake of aspiring music producers is that they try to make everything sound equally loud and on top of it forget to use the panning to their advantage. This will ultimately mean that their productions will sound
Most of the time, when we're talking about editing in music production, what we mean is to arrange audio or MIDI clips to make them sound a certain way. However, this is not the only meaning that editing has.
Sometimes, especially when we've been working on a song or track for a long time, it can be hard to tell if a sound is too loud or too quiet in the mix. Or if an effect is too intense
While Ableton has added the option to have Live open in two windows a while back, this only really helps when you have a dual monitor setup. EraserMice went one step further with his Max for Live Pack ProSession which
It's been a while since I posted a video tutorial in the 'Ableton Live 9 Quick Tips' series. This one shows you a neat little trick for mixing. Instead of automating the track volume, you can use the Utility effect
I'm happy to announce that my first Ableton Live course is now online. "Ableton Live 9 Essentials" is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to produce their own music with Ableton Live. I've also teamed up with Christian