This new effect rack from Manifest Audio is a great tool for introducing MIDI note variations into any of your Ableton Live tracks. Plus you can download Note Transformer for FREE!
Ableton Live 10 has a new, dynamically resizeable interface amongst many other upgrades, improvements and additions. Here's our new course that shows you everything you need to know about Live 10.
Live's Session view is where you can experiment with clips, loops and arrangements, DJ with Live and much more. Olav Basoski shows you how it works in this short video.
The second in Ask.Video's series of free Live Lab lectures on Ableton takes place on Friday, January 18th. Tune in to supercharge your Live skills!
By forcing MIDI to conform to different scales you can radically change the way a track sounds. In this short video, Noah Pred explains how to do it.
Live 10 may be a couple of months off but we've had advanced access to it. In this excerpt from the free MasterClass, DJ Kiva shows you around some of the cool new features.
Ableton Live 10 has been announced and though it's a little way off being released publicly, we have been exploring the beta and found some awesome new features. Here's what to expect...
Going from the studio to the stage with Ableton Live can be a great experience, provided you get all your gear set up correctly. DJ Kiva is here to show you how it's done.
Drums sound best with plenty of punch. We put Surreal Machines' latest Max for Live effects, Crack and Impact, through their paces.
Feel like you spend most of your waking hours inside Ableton Live? This 360 degree video from Tom Cosm will have you deeper inside an Ableton Live project than you've ever dreamed possible.
What happens when you put Thavius Beck an Ableton Push 2 and a live-stream video feed in a room for 2 hours? An awesome amount of power tips and workflow tips for Ableton Push users.
Imagine being able to start a music track on your iPad or iPhone and then export it directly as an Ableton Live Set, then open it in Live and re-arrange, mix, master, etc. and finish it off.
If you've been relying on the built-in MIDI mapping engine to map controls on your MIDI hardware to parameter in Ableton Live, there's another way that can be even easier and more flexible, Remotify.
One of Ableton Live's most attractive features is Session View. Here's a quick way to make Logic Pro X behave in a similar way that'll change the way you arrange and produce tracks in Logic.
So you've been using Ableton Live's freezing and flattening features when mixing or to save CPU. That's great. But you can also employ these tools for creative sound design as Noah Pred demonstrates.