I am Mark and from Glasgow/ Scotland / Uk! Anyone else from Glasgow?
I have been using Ableton for a few years now. I am a seasoned beginner to ableton and writing/producing music. I recently have added push. Its great but still trying not to use the mouse isn't easy after being so used to using it for years but im getting used to it day by day.
I like all genres of electronic music and sample based music. Always have done. I really like to mess around on ableton to create beats and also use PXT-Live for chopping loops.
Hope to be hanging round forums for a while and have followed a few of Toms videos on youtube. Not premium member but will consider for future education.
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Perhaps i have overlooked so far. I am finding it difficult to find a tutorial for a Tom/ Bongo patch for Operator. I have tinkered a little bit with operator and got near to a tom/ bongo (percussive hit). They are ok but feel i am missing something.
I would really like to use operator for this and im sure its up to the task but i really like to get it sounding more realistic like say FM7 Native Percussion patch.
All help to tutorials out there or one here appreciated.
lucky one wrote:
Ok mate i'll check that out
What do you think of the new launchpad pro?
Clearly inspired from Push, and only 299$
Personally, I'm quite impressed, it is very well designed
This device allows you to control several parameters with a single knob, but only changing the parameters on the current armed track.
An example of how this would be used : Having the same effect on several tracks, with a knob controlling the same parameter for each effect, but only having the effect on the arm track being modified, allowing you to quickly switch where the knob is being sent.
For a more detailed explanation please watch the following video.Read more...
From the 26th until the 31st of December, yearly Pro Memberships are 50% off if you use the coupon code GIMMIE when checking out! That's a whole years worth of downloadable projects, HD tutorials, presets, patches and samples, as well as the entire archive of content that's already there. Click here to become a Pro Member or click here to find out more about what a Pro Membership gives you.Read more...
To celebrate my 10 year anniversary of performing live electronic music, I have uploaded my personal archive of live set recordings dating back to 2004.
This is the most extensive collection of my life’s work, with 27 set recordings combining to make a total of 29 hours, 59 minutes and58 seconds of pure original COSM material.
This is all for free, and you can go and check it now at the official website - cosm.audioRead more...
I've been having a great lot of fun with this new Serum VST synthesizer, so much so I've decided to upload the first 10 bass patches I made for Pro Members. Click here to downloadRead more...
Being able to make a fully-fledged song on nothing more than a consumer laptop and a decent pair of headphones is a truly amazing representation of how technology has progressed over the last two decades.
It’s cheaper, faster, and easier. The immense joy of musical creation is no longer a luxury reserved for those with money. Instead, it’s readily available for any person willing to dedicate the time and patience.
But this advancement and opportunity comes with a few caveats, one of which is that the music creation process in the eyes of a bedroom producer has been flipped upside down, chopped-up, and compressed into one holistic task.
Is this a bad thing? No. Not at first look, at least. Every producer has a different workflow, and in my opinion, anyone who stays in the game long enough climbs out of the ruts and moves past difficulties in that area.
Despite this, there is a problem that many developing bedroom producers encounter. The problem of frustration: not being able to finish tracks, taking too long to finish them, or trying to grasp at the enjoyment that you once felt when creating music. This sense of frustration generally has more than one cause, and this article probably won’t fix it, but it may help some of you.Read more...
This utility allows you to specify 16 individual points on the chain selector, allowing you to jump to that point with a single push of a MIDI assignable button.
There is also a previous/next button to move forward or back through your points.
You can also enter text for each preset, which will be displayed in a popup window so you always know which point is selected.Read more...
I've uploaded the entire Ableton Live project files for my two latest tunes, Chelsei's Sea Shells and Mind Gobbies. Here are video runthroughs of each of the two tunes.Read more...
Today I am releasing the beta version of Seepage, an additive style synthersizer/Max for Live patch that gives you control over the behaviour of individual harmonics.
It's available right now for Pro Members to download, play and give feedback on how the future versions should be made.Read more...
Today I made a more in depth tutorial video of how to use the Leakage device for those who are a bit unsure. Click here to learn more about Leakage and how to get your hands on it.Read more...
I am very proud to announce that my latest device, Leakage, is now available for Pro Members to test out. Although this beta version works (I have not been able to break it) there might be a few flaws here and there, so I encourage you to please let me know in the forums if you come across any bugs that need fixing.Read more...