We delve into Live’s sophisticated new audio delay effect, Echo.
Live has a few tricks up its sleeve to add variety to your drum patterns.
Max For Live’s take on convolution reverb is a versatile sound design tool.
We see how crossfades can be used creatively and cosmetically in Live.
We catch up with the new Packs in Live 10.
Take our crash course on Live 10’s new Wavetable synth.
We explore Live 10’s new MIDI Capture and Multi-Clip editing features.
With Live 10, Ableton’s aim is to make the music‑making process as smooth as possible. Have they succeeded?
We examine three different ways to harness the power of granular synthesis in Live.
We delve into the mysteries of granular synthesis with Max For Live’s Granulator II instrument.
We show you how you can treat Live as one big modular synth.
We examine the creative possibilities of Re-slicing audio in Ableton Live.
We show you how Live and Reason can play together thanks to Ableton Link.
We show you how to find, capture, and process found sounds in Ableton Live.
We look at how to tame unruly instruments in Ableton Live.
We show you why Live’s Amp and Cabinet effects aren’t just for guitarists.
We look at how audio clips can be repurposed in Ableton Live.
We show you how to use Live’s delays as a replacement for reverb and as an effect in their own right.
We show you how to get creative with the crossfader in Ableton Live.
Live is more than capable when it comes to bass. We give you an overview...
We show you how to share MIDI files with Live.
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