In this video I give you a way to use compression that gives you much more control over how you effect your sounds. This technique will work on any instrument so you can easily get the sound YOU want.
Download the remix pack for the Paramore - CrushCrushCush (Joshua Casper Dubstep Remix). I will show some of the steps I took in creating my sound.
After, use my Ableton Live Pack to make your own remix. Send me the links or comment them when your done. I am interested to hear what people produce.
The Tutorial Covers:
- Opening & Using the ALP (Ableton Live Pack)
- Incorporating the Dubstep Wobble Bass Instrument we made in the last Tutorial
- Changing the LFO rate of the Machine to add to the Mix
- Using some other Operator Presets
The ALP Contains:
- Tracked out audio .wav files (bass, drums, cello, strings, vocals)
- Tracked out .midi files (bass, cello, strings)
ALP Source Files Download
Download the Dubstep Bass Instrument Here
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Coletânea de videos feitos pelo DJ e Produtor Fabio Castro, autor de diversos hits apresenta dicas de mixagem, equalização e masterização. Assiste e confira!
Organise Your Samples
Sculpt Your Kicks Sounds
Adding Send and Return Track
You can download his finished Drum Rack HERE.
Ableton multiple looper trick (live looping) with Kill Paris.
This tutorial is about splitting the frequency of a loop in order to duck the low end, but leave the mid-high end in tact. After that is accomplished we throw some effects on the mid-high end of the loop to add more versatility to the sound!
This tutorial covers:
- effects racks
- side chaining
- eq 8
- auto panning
- macro mapping
- overdrive effect
Download the Rack Free HERE
- Note you will need to go into the low end chain and select the appropriate track for the side chain compressor!
- Requires Ableton 8 suite
Source Files Here
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Este tutorial mostra como trabalhar com a Instrumento Nativo do Ableton, impulse.E como trabalhar com os seus parametros e melhor utiliza-lo.
This tutorial series will show you how to build a bas patch with only native live devices.
Finalizing And Sequencing techniques.
Finalizing And Sequencing techniques.
See how you can use an extra track as a sidechaining source to give you more options when arranging your track.
The front end of the Percussion Sequencer is the same as the pitch sequencer. A clip with one note in it is piped through an Arpeggiator and then a Random effect that steps through a predefined number of steps. Each one of these notes goes into a separate chain, essentially making a different step for each step.
In each step chain is a scale effect that forces every incoming note into a 'C', regardless of the incoming note.
Here's where it gets weird.
Now, each step chain splits into eight drum chains, one for each drum. On each of these chains is a Chord effect, the cumulative effect of which is that, if left to its own devices, each step will play all 8 possible notes. This is clearly not awesome.
The MIDI Mapping here is key. I'm assuming that you will be using some sort of grid controller like a launchpad or an APC, although a lot of different things would work. So, select the Step One Chain, then enter MIDI Map mode and map the Chain On button in each Drums Instrument Rack to a column of buttons on your grid controller. Exit MIDI Map mode and select Step Two Chain and repeat. This is not fun, but it's unavoidable.
Once you are all mapped up, load your drums into the first 8 cells of a drum rack and go nuts! In a good way.
PART 1 OF 2: In this tutorial we look at various different methods for straightening up and quantizing audio in Ableton Live 8, including using Live's quantization features and quantization grooves, as well as manually warping difficult audio.
Check out more hints, tips and techniques at Ben Rosser's Conservatorium of Audio: Conservatorium of Audio
Bring you this useful Ableton video tutorial from Point Blank's Danny J Lewis which gives you a look behind the scenes of his latest release 'Bump Tha Bounce' out now on Enzyme Black Recordings.
In the video Danny discusses some of the key production techniques and musical inspirations for his latest track 'Bump Tha Bounce' from old school garage to all the bass heavy manifestations of house emanating from UK producers recently.
The track features a 909 tom sound which is pitched up and down to create a deep and energetic low end instead. He also shows us some of the key automation processes that truly bring this underground house rack alive.