In this new video tutorial of the Ableton Live Quick Tips series I have a little, but very convenient tip for you when working with devices in tracks. Say, you've got a lot of devices - MIDI effects, instrument and
This time I've got an Ableton Live Quick Tip for Live 11 (and up). It's not a new feature that I'm showing you in the video, but one that was moved and might be a bit hard to find. Perhaps
Saving your work in Ableton Live seems easy enough to not need a tutorial, but it's something that comes up fairly often as a problem when I'm giving lessons. This is, because the file structure Live uses is more complex
There's still plenty to do before this year ends and the new one begins - at least at Sonic Bloom. So let's dive right in, shall we? Here are the five video tutorials I made this year that were the
One of the things that is vitally important in music production is the ability to edit. To discard anything that doesn't improve the song or track, regardless of how long you've spent on the part. The sounds or ideas might
While saving presets in the User Library might be an old hat for you, this tutorial could still serve as a reminder to actually do it. It always gives some helpful tips on ordering presets in the User Library, so
This tutorial in my series "Ableton Live 9 Quick Tips" shows how you can save session view clips as a new Live Set. It's quick, easy and useful when you want to save a part of your track/song to keep
If you tend to use certain audio files as your favourite building blocks, you might want to store the clip's settings. Especially if you adjusted the warp markers so the clip plays perfectly in sync.
Let's say you like certain device presets a lot, but you need to tweak certain parameters to get the desired result. To save you valuable time, you can save your own presets.
Ever seen the message that media files were missing? When you make music you want to be sure that none of your audio samples are missing. Ableton Live - just as other DAWs - only references those audio files. This