Master Ableton Live

Ableton Live the Complete Course Online



In this Ableton Live online course, you will learn everything you need to know about this powerful software, regardless of your skill level. From the basics of setting up your workspace to advanced techniques for producing professional-quality music, this course covers every single detail of Ableton Live.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced user, you will gain valuable insights into using Ableton Live to create, mix, and master your own music. By the end of the course, you'll have the knowledge and skills to confidently produce music in Ableton Live.


  • Level: Beginner & Advanced
  • Period: 18 Chapters - 123 Lectures - 10+ Hours
  • Price: 100$
  • Topics: 50+

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What you will learn

Chapter 1 - Introduction

1-Introduction to the Course
2-How to Benefit from this Course
3-Meet your Instructor, SYNCOSIS

Chapter 2 - The First Steps

1-The Info View
2-Preferences Overview
3-The Main Screen
4-Authorizing Live

Chapter 3 - Ableton Live Concepts

1-The Browser
2-Live Sets
3-The Arrangement and Session View
5-Audio and Midi
6-Audio Clips and Samples
7-Midi Clips and Midi Files
8-Devices and the Mixer
9-Presets and Racks
11-Recording New Clips
12-Automation Envelopes
13-Midi and Key Remote
14-Saving and Exporting

Chapter 4 - Managing Files and Sets

1-Working with the Browser
2-Sample Files
3-Hot-swap Mode
4-Live Sets Concept
5-Default set and templates
6-Exporting Audio/Video
7-Locating Missing Files

Chapter 5 - The Arrangement View

4-Time Signature
5-The Arrangement Loop
6-Moving and Resizing Clips
7-Audio Clip Fades
9-Time Commands
10-Splitting and Consolidating

Chapter 6 - The Session View

1-Tracks and Scenes
2-Scenes Tempo and Time Signatures 3-Track Status Field
4-Setting up the Session view
5-Recording session into arrangement
6-Insert Tracks

Chapter 7 - The Clip View

1-Clip View Concepts
3-Looping and Cropping
4-More in Clipbox
5-The Sample Box
6-The Note Tab

Chapter 8 - Audio Clip, Tempo, and Warping

2-Time Warping
3-Warp Markers and Transients
4-Using Warp Markers
5-Quantizing Audio
6-Time Stretching Modes

Chapter 9 - Editing Midi Notes and Velocities

1-Creating a Midi Clip
2-The Midi Note Editor
3-Midi Editor Navigation and Trasnport
4-Scale Mode
5-Looping and Duplicating
6-Grid Snapping
7-Editing Notes
8-Changing Note Length
9-Time Commands in Midi Editor
10-Quantizing Notes
11-Editing Velocities
12-Editing Probabilities
13-Midi Note Stretch
14-Cropping and Deactivating
15-Multi Clip Editing

Chapter 10 - Converting Audio to Midi

1-Slice to New Midi Track
2-Convert Melody,Harmony, and Drums

Chapter 11 - Using Grooves

1-Using Grooves
2-Groove Pool
3-Extract Groove

Chapter 12 - Routing and I/O

2-Audio Routings
3-Midi Routings
4-Computer Midi Keyboard
7-Internal Audio Rountings
8-Routing Points
9-Internal Midi Routings
10-Sends Only
11-Cue and Master Out

Chapter 13 - Mixing

1-The Mixer Selectors
2-Send and Return
4-Grouping Tracks
5-Track Delay
6-Cross Fader

Chapter 14 - Recording

1-Session View Recording
2-Punch IN and OUT
4-Capture Midi
5-Midi Step Recording
7-Recording Quantized Midi Notes
8-Take Lanes

Chapter 15 - Working with Instruments and Effects

1-Using Live Devices
2-Using Third Party Plug-ins
3-Plug-in Configure Mode
4-VST Plug-ins

Chapter 16 - Instrument, Drum, and Effect racks

1-Working with Racks
2-Macro Controls
3-Random Macro Variation
6-Rack Tricks
7-The Drum Rack

Chapter 17 - Automation and Editing Envelopes

1-What is Automation
2-Recording Automation
3-Automation in Arrangement View
4-Drawing Automation
5-Delete, Re-Enable, Simplify and Lock Automation
6-Editing Envelopes
7-Clip Envelopes and Modulation
8-Sample Offset
9-Linked vs. Unlinked Automation

Chapter 18 - Thank you and Congratulations

1-Thank you, Congratulations, and Goodluck.


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