Compression is a core element of mixing, and in this short video, certified trainer Nah Pred shows you what compression does and how best to use it in Ableton Live.
Do self-built motion sensors for Ableton Live sound wildly futuristic? Well the future is now! Here's a step-by-step guide on how to build your own.
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.
Racks are one of Ableton Live's most powerful features. In this workshop, Noah Pred shares his pro tips for building them bigger and better than ever.
Ableton Live and NI's Traktor are both supreme live performance tools, so what could be better than linking them together? Sara Simms shows you some easy ways to do it.
Why turn to a synth when a voice can do just as well, and sounds great? Here's how to achieve great results with a voice instead of a synth in Ableton Live.
Thought flanging was just for retro sounds? Think again! Noah Pred explains how it can liven up almost any part.
Ableton Live is still a great tool for live performance, as its name suggests. Here are eight pro tips for getting the most out of it in performance situations.
This excellent tutorial on how to make a Dynamic EQ with Ableton Live Devices and Max for Live by Joshua Casper could save you time and money, and help your productions sound great.
Waveshaping can provide a very different kind of distortion and it's available inside Live's own plugin effect. Here's how it works.
Using different sampling techniques can make a world of difference when it comes to the end results. Find out why in this tutorial from G.W Childs...
Find out how to combine this cool analog drum machine with your DAW using the Overbridge technology.
Getting a great vocal sound is easier when you know some production tricks. Double tracking is a good one to have in your toolbox!
Grooves can be used to change the feel of any part, and they're quick and easy to work with. AfroDJMac shows you how in this short video.
Before you retreat, this tutorial requires NO soldering or coding skills! With an Arduino Uno, Ableton Live 9, Max for Live and select tools you can make your own analog controller for Ableton Live!