Best of Ableton Twitter Video Posts
Over the last couple of months I have found Twitter to be a really great tool for sharing ideas with likeminded people. I’ve learned a few great tricks and I wanted to pass this on to all of you.
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These are some of my favorite Video posts over the last couple weeks regarding Ableton
Hope you enjoy these!
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Dennis DeSantis makes a song in Ableton:
Misuse of Ableton’s Frequency filter:
WinkSound.com has a wide variety of video tutorials (Including some of mine) on their site. I’m not sure if they have any content that they make themselves, but it’s a great portal if you are looking for a specific tutorial.
These are a few that caught my attention:
Turn samples and ambient recordings into instruments using Ableton
A video tip to help with your Ableton Live workflow.
One of the “Whoda Funk” guys (Shiny Disco Balls) give you some tips:
Creating a basic sound with filter enveloping & stereo spread in Ableton
Remove feedback from sound system –
NFX explains the importance of understanding Scales.
Follow WinkSound: http://twitter.com/WinkSound
Here are a couple from my favorite tutorial making Sound Designer Nick Maxwell. I suggest you go to his website and look at his free videos. Really great for Drum Racks and Sampler users.
Follow Nick: http://twitter.com/NicksTutorials
This is another Ableton 8 Misuse video from Dennis Desantis regarding Groove extraction.Â This was posted on the CDM site (Look 4 videos down)
Follow CDMblogs: http://twitter.com/cdmblogs
Lastly these are some of my favorite videos at the moment.Â Gustavo Bravetti is really a “next generation” DJ who is using Ableton and a bunch of other technology to take his DJ set to another level.Â He also takes the time to make tutorial videos that drastically simplifies the process of making electronic music. I will likely be making a more detailed set of videos diving deeper into his techniques.
Follow Gustavo: http://twitter.com/gustavobravetti
Happy Music Making,