Sonic Bloom: All Things Ableton Live, Push & Max for Live
The Latest Ableton Live Packs & Courses
One of the most ultimate resources for all things Ableton Live. From online lessons for Live and Push to tips, tricks, freebies and beyond. Madeleine Bloom’s website and blog are a jewel. A truly feature packed site & blog for the Ableton enthusiasts.
If you’re using Ableton Live, you simply need to know about Sonic Bloom. It’s like a spa-slash-university for your Live-using self: you’ll come out refreshed, smarter, and even a bit better looking. There are few places to find this kind of in-depth knowledge.
Sonic Bloom is a must read. Created by Madeleine Bloom, a former Ableton tech support employee, Sonic Bloom always has something really nice to offer. Whether it's free Live Packs, tutorials, or unique Max for Live devices (Chord Memorizer anyone?), Madeleine will no doubt keep your inspiration levels high.
Written from a true musicians perspective the blog should be required reading for everyone and the depth of material already written will take you a long while to work through! Add them to your favourites and check back regularly as they often catch things others miss…
Are you lacking the time or resources to professionally mix your songs or tracks? Do you need help fine-tuning your mixes by an extra set of ears? We're here to go over your production and get your music ready for mastering.
Are you planning to submit your music to a record label or to radio stations, distribute your music online or get your own CDs or vinyl pressed? We offer post production and mastering services with vintage analogue and modern equipment.
You have an idea of how you want to play live, but don't know how to implement it or simply have no time? Do you need help with the audio-visual part of a theatre or dance performance or installation? I can support you in an advisory capacity with Ableton Live.
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