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 as it's not possible to simply record automation.
A while ago I wrote about 5 Max for Live devices to further enhance the features of Ableton Push. Now there are two new ones that I find very useful: Push Color Picker and Push Midi Clip Transposer.
Today's episode of the 'Ableton Live 9 Quick Tips' shows you handy shortcuts to quickly transpose various Pitch and Transpose parameters in Live by an octave. You might already know the shortcuts, but you probably didn't realise for how many things they can be used.
Note Displacer is a free Max for Live MIDI effect by J Garcia, that randomly transposes incoming MIDI notes by predetermined intervals. Melodies or chords that are very simple and can become boring after a while thus can be varied in interesting ways without effort.
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.
In March I released "24 Scale Presets" that aim to help you stay in key. I've gotten some emails from people asking how they differ from the included Scale presets in Live and how to use them. So here's a little tutorial to clarify things.
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, thus changing the pitch of it.