5 Arpeggiator Tricks for Drums & Percussion

In this video tutorial I’m going to show you five tricks on how you can use the arpeggiator for drums and percussion. At the same time we’re going to look at the often underused features of the MIDI effect in to achieve more depth for our drum arpeggios.

All Music Production Tips in One Place

All Music Production Tips in One Place

Here you will find all the articles from the category Music Production Tips linked and briefly summarised for your convenience. I hope you’ll find it helpful.

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A Good Mix Starts With The Arrangement

If a song or track is well arranged, mixing will be a lot easier. I’ve gotten a lot of tracks to mix over the years that were very challenging to mix, because they essentially needed changes in the arrangement, that

Tasks To Do When Feeling Uninspired

We’ve all been there. Sometimes we just don’t feel very creative. The thing is we’re not robots. It’s simply part of being human. Don’t beat yourself up about it or it might turn into a creative rut (here are some

Beyond the One Bar Loop

Repeating a simple one bar loop over and over isn’t very inspiring and can get boring rather quickly. Nevertheless, it can be a great starting point since it can easily be transformed into a myriad of variations or even changed

Beyond the One Bar Loop: Automation (Part 4)

With this video we’re completing the Beyond the One Bar Loop series that shows you all the ways in which you can transform a short audio loop to achieve slight variations or totally new sounding material. In part 1 we looked

Beyond the One Bar Loop: Modulation (Part 3)

I’m back this week with another video in Beyond the One Bar Loop. The tutorial series aims to give you insight into all the possible ways in which you can create interesting variations to short audio clips with Ableton Live’s

Beyond the One Bar Loop: Warping (Part 2)

My new video tutorial series Beyond the One Bar Loop explores ways in which you can take a short audio loop and use various features of Ableton Live to modify if, if you wish so much its source no longer is

Beyond the One Bar Loop: the Sample Box (Part 1)

A lot of beginners, also seasoned producers, are working with short audio loops. That doesn’t mean that a one or two bar loop has to be used as is. There are plenty of ways in which you can quickly create

Resampling in Ableton Live – Use Cases for Inspiration

After I’d published my article about the different resampling methods in Ableton Live, I was asked over and over if I could share some examples of how I use resampling creatively in my own music. It took me quite some

Resampling: Different Methods in Ableton Live

There are plenty of reasons why you might want to resample to audio in your music productions. Perhaps you’re working with CPU hungry plug-ins. Or you’d like to commit MIDI to audio to use audio specific features like warping, reversing,

Backing Up Ableton Live Projects

Once you’ve finished a project, whether it’s one track, an EP or a full album, you should always make sure you will be able to access the files in the future. Not just within the next few months, but years


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