Know and play to your strengths.
Abyss is a Max for Live device, which lets you forward any input signal into the abyss. The result is an ominous, gory and hellish version of your original input signal. Use with extrem caution and only if you have
Seven years ago, on 19th of October 2012 to be exact, the first article went up on Sonic Bloom (this tutorial). Since then I have released almost 700 articles on the blog, lots of Ableton Live tutorials, freebies, and various
By now there are quite a considerable amount of one letter shortcuts available in Live. The latest additions came with the release of Live 10.1. I've been covering all of these shortcuts from A to Z in an Instagram video
I've got a new set of Ableton Live Themes for you. Two of them are recreations of Ableton Live skins - Calcium and Clay. Again requested by users who liked them and wanted them to work in Live 10 as
This question keeps coming up, which is why I decided to do this tutorial. This Ableton Live Insider Tip is about how to record what changes MIDI notes or velocity a MIDI effect adds. Incidentally, this not only works for
There may be a time when you need to create sheet music for your own composition. Unfortunately this feature isn't built into Ableton Live. If you have Max for Live, there is the now free LiveScore by Nick Didkovsky and
I will be taking a much needed holiday now until the end of August before things get busy for me presenting Ableton with the MI.MU gloves at the Ars Electronica festival in Linz, Austria in early September. New blog posts