Ableton Live & Music Production Tutorial For Beginners

Ableton Live & Music Production Tutorial For Beginners
Published 12/2022MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHzLanguage: English | Size: 3.32 GB | Duration: 4h 36m

Make a complete track from start to finish, and learn Ableton at the same

What you'll learn
You will be able to confidently navigate the Ableton Live interface, tools & plugins
You will learn how to create your own chord progressions and melodies, even if you have no experience in music theory whatsoever
You will learn all the music production techniques and knowledge necessary to be able to make your own tracks
By the you finish this course, you will have made a complete track from start to finish

No prior experience with music production software is needed
You can follow this course in all versions of Ableton Live

Watch the course overview for a more in-depth look at what you'll get out of the course, and listen to the track you will makeHi, I'm Jon Merritt from Born To Produce. On this course you will learn to make music in Ableton Live, by following along step by step, and making a complete track from start to finish. On the way, you'll learn everything about Ableton and music production to be able to make your own music, in any genre you like.To listen to the track you will make, please watch the 'Course Intro Video'This is an entirely practical way to learn how to use Ableton to make music, it's loads of fun, and above all it's really rewarding, as each lesson you complete gets you closer to having a complete track. You go through and make the track in exactly the same way you will do when you make your own music, so the skills you learn here can be taken and directly used when working on your own future projects.By the you have completed this course, you will be able to...- Easily understand and navigate the Ableton interface- Import sounds and make beats- Write chord progressions & melodies (even if you have no music theory knowledge)- and install incredible free instruments to use for your Ableton projects- Use clips & grooves in Ableton- Arrange tracks so that people don't want to stop listening to them- Record vocals and guitar in Ableton, including microphone setup and recording tips (all audio is provided)- Process recorded audio to sound profressional, and mix well in your projects- Mix a track so it sounds balanced, spacious and energetic, and understand the key attributes you need in order to repeat this in your own tracks- Use 'session view' to do live performances in Ableton- (optional) Although we provide all the nessessary sound in the workfiles, we also provide videos showing you how each sound was made from scratch in the free instrument Vital, for those who want to understand how to design their own sounds.Much, much more is covered in the course, these are just the highlights.All versions of Ableton 11 are supportedAll audio, presets, MIDI, and Ableton Live Project files are included in the workfiles.

Section 1: Getting Started

Lecture 1 Making A Beat

Section 2: Creating A Melody

Lecture 2 Making A Chord Progression

Section 3: Getting Better Sounds In Ableton live

Lecture 3 Getting Better Sounds In Ableton Live

Section 4: Using Plugin Effects

Lecture 4 Using Plugin Effects

Lecture 5 Using Side Chained Compression

Section 5: Adding More Content

Lecture 6 Creating An Arp & Pad

Section 6: Delving Deeper Into Drums & Audio Editing

Lecture 7 How To Use Drum Loops & Edit Audio

Lecture 8 How To Use Clips & Grooves In Ableton live

Section 7: Advancing The Melody

Lecture 9 Mixing Up The Melody

Section 8: Song Structure & Arrag

Lecture 10 Bare Bones Arrangement

Lecture 11 SFX Arrangement

Lecture 12 Adding Automation To Your Track

Section 9: Recording In Ableton

Lecture 13 Basics Of Recording In Ableton

Section 10: Processing Recorded Audio In Ableton

Lecture 14 How To Comp Recorded Audio In Ableton Live

Lecture 15 Timing & Pitch Correction

Lecture 16 Processing Vocals & Guitar

Section 11: Mixing & Mastering

Lecture 17 How To Get Effortless Mixes

Lecture 18 Track Mixdown

Lecture 19 Mastering

Section 12: Ableton Session View

Lecture 20 Ableton Live Session View - Part 1

Lecture 21 Ableton Live Session View - Part 2

Section 13: Sound Design (Optional)

Lecture 22 Sound Design - Pluck (from lesson 3)

Lecture 23 Sound Design - Rolling Bassline (from lesson 3)

Lecture 24 Sound Design - Pad (from lesson 6)

Lecture 25 Sound Design - Arp (from lesson 6)

Anyone who wants to be able to make music in Ableton,Anyone who has stuggled to learn Ableton, or have unsucessfully followed other tutorials



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