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I previously had posted about a couple of sample sets I made by banging on stuff in the basement hallway, (Hallway 1 and Hallway 2) but today I went through the steps to package them as an Ableton Live ALP … Continue reading
There are two things that I’ve done consistently for 18 years I’ve been using a computer to make music is to experiment with random processes to generate something musically. EXAMPLE ENSEMBLE: http://www.cornwarning.com/xfer/AbletonLiveRandomizeExample.zip Ableton Live has a ton of effects. People … Continue reading
Notice my clever hash mark — because my posts get forwarded to Twitter … I’m becoming a blog/facebook/twitter whore. My friend Dylan wrote “Here’s a problem I’ve been trying to figure out for a while now: say you want to drop … Continue reading
This is a common ‘helpful tip’ about playing live or DJ’ing with Ableton Live — ‘put a limiter on the main output bus.’ After recording a set last night (which you’ll hear about when I get approval from one artist … Continue reading
My APC40 came yesterday, and I spent a few hours fiddling with it last night… The build quality is impressive. Almost absurdly so — the knobs are big and solid, the faders are smooth. The hard rubber end cheeks are … Continue reading
AudioMidi is one of those online retailers, like NewEgg that once you find it, becomes your vendor of first resort. I can’t recommend them highly enough — competetive prices, prompt shipping, and first rate customer service. I ordered my Akai … Continue reading
Groove Quantization was one of the ‘big deal’ features added in Ableton Live, and I suppose if I’d read all the marketing shiznit more carefully I would have figured it out before now, but as usual I only learn by … Continue reading
So the target demographic for this post is the intersection of three sets: Ableton Live Users Reaktor Users People wonky enough to try and automate VST plugins with envelopes. Still with me? OK. I was contacted by an Internet acquaintance … Continue reading