A while ago I did a little music project with someone else and she brought a psaltery, a harp-like instrument, over to my studio. It wasn't fully tuned, so we agreed to use it more for percussion and interesting haunting
No matter how many feature wishes Ableton will grant us in updates und upgrades, there will always be things we wish we could also do. And this is exactly, where Max for Live or better developers come in to play.
In this tutorial in the Ableton Live Quick Tips video series, I'm showing you how you can access the mixer modulation envelopes - volume, panning and the send modulations. This one should be particularly interesting for anyone who works quite
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
Now that I've updated all relevant tutorials to Live 10, I'm back with the Ableton Live Quick Tips series. This time, I've got a little tip that can be useful for your workflow, but isn't documented in the Live manual.
While doing technical support for Ableton, I encountered a lot of users who'd wanted to have their own folder structure in Live Projects. Most of them simply moved around files in the Windows Explorer or Mac's Finder to achieve this. This approach,
With Live 10, skins are now called themes, and they also have a new format. Live 9 skins still work, although the transport bar at the top will appear grey, no matter if it fits with the rest of the
ClyphX has been my secret weapon for a long time. Without it, my live performance setup would not be possible. It's a MIDI remote script for Ableton Live that allows for very simple scripting to control any parameter in Live.
This is part 3 of the File Management series. Before you start archiving you might want to tidy up first as described in parts 1 (Collecting Files) and 2 (Finding and Deleting unused Files). Archiving as Live Packs Whether you
This is part 2 of the File Management series. Before you attempt to follow this one, you should go through part 1 (Collecting Files) to avoid accidentally deleting any files you still need in other Live Sets. Finding and Deleting