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  • Jemeneye replied to the topic 'Setting Different BPM WARP's for tracks in Ableton' in the forum.
    16 hours 10 minutes ago

    choose whatever BPM you feel like- it's a matter of taste. As far as warping goes... watch tom's warping video.


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  • ChappedLips

    I'm going through Tom's "Dubstep Glitchop Power Course - Part 5" and there's a part (10:40) where he modulates a parameter of an instrument rack using the envelope box in the clip. He is able to drop down the device chooser window and select between MIDI Ctlr, Instrument Rack, Operator, etc. However, with me I am only able to choose MIDI Ctlr. What's the reason I can't choose other devices?

    ChappedLips Yea, that did work for that particular parameter. Good looking out
    13 hours 39 minutes ago
  • kim.loco replied to the topic 'A Man Of Many Workz EP' in the forum.

    Never heard about the genre but the track have a nice chilled out vibe though.. The main melody is a little repetitive but you kinda forget about it since you have added other interesting fills and sounds.. maybe you could layer up some bottom end drum to the clap,in my opinion i think the clap sounds very thin..
    In the end of the track voices you have added is very loud in the mix..

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    it looks like the link is broken, or private :dry:

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  • Myms replied to the topic 'Are you new? Introduce yourself here!' in the forum.
    2 days ago

    Hi all,

    Here I was, geeking around and trying to make some fancy music for the 1001st time, when I found this vibrant community of music producers. Isn't that just perfect.
    I'm a music lover, and since I travel a lot I'm looking for the most portable way to make fancy tunes: I switched from piano to synth, from synth to guitar, and from guitar to voice, just because it's easier to carry around... For the first time I've got it all in the same room, so it's time to get cracking.
    Now I hope that with Ableton - and the right people to mix and learn with - I'll get to make some good music.

    I'm open to new ideas, and want to learn everything - so bring it on, guys :woohoo:

    Masan Thanks guys! I appreciate it!
    1 year ago 2
  • KeatonRay replied to the topic 'Pitch Bend in Operator functioning different' in the forum.
    2 days ago

    Thanks for the replies.
    I opened a blank new project and it worked but when I was following the tutorial after just adding a new MIDI in an existing project Operator seemed to be acting weird.

    I also followed/copied (except for rhythm of bassline) his tutorial bit for bit all the way through just now and got pretty far but when I added the compressor mine looked different than his. maybe he has a newer version of Ableton. I have 9.0.2 Suite

    That was fun but challenging...and very tedious. Its hard for me to stay motivated when my end product never sounds quite as legit as tutorials, but I need to practice. :pinch:

  • Benjamin.K created a new topic ' Setting Different BPM WARP's for tracks in Ableton' in the forum.
    2 days ago

    So, when you are preparing tracks for a dj set in ableton 9, what is a good tempo to have the project set at, and should you leave it and then warp everything accordingly? How do we properly warp each song to the right bpm when our metronome and project is set to 120 (for example sake).


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