Creating a Performance Tool Using Ableton Live 9 and Push
Berklee Associate Professor, Berklee Online instructor and Certified Ableton Trainer Loudon Stearns presents an improvisational remix technique for Ableton Live, Push, and Sampler that is reminiscent of vinyl record scratching.
In exploring this technique you will learn: - building sampled instruments in Ableton's Sampler - building instrument racks and mapping macro controls - using Live's arpeggiator and Push's repeat mode - advanced modulation in Ableton's Sampler - clip editing and launch modes within Ableton Live - advanced note modes in Push - rhythmic performance techniques with Push - using the touch strip on Push
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