Beatmaking with iMaschine and Ableton Live

August 30, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Video details below:

http://www.pointblankonline.net/ In the next 3 episodes in our ‘Making Music with Apps’ series Danny J Lewis shows you how you can put together professional sounding tracks on the move. In this tutorial he starts off with the beatmaking using Native Instrument’s iMaschine.

This approach is all about making the most of the unique qualities of each app and recording the results into Ableton as audio clips. The advantage is that you are committing the sound that you have made to audio so there is no temptation to endlessly fiddle with the synth parameters or the intricacies of the midi patterns and you can get on with the task of arranging the parts to make that banging tune that your 8 bar loop had promised!

Go to: http://www.pointblankonline.net/courses/ableton-live-courses.php to find out how you can learn more about using Ableton Live as a recording tool. Please get in touch with our course advisors at advice@pointblankonline.net if you want to find out more.

Comments

Comments are closed.

  • THE CAVE : Playlist

  • INSTAGRAM – ANALOG INDUSTRIAL ARTS

    • satellite communication digitalart contrast space ufo information
    • tokyobynight paris eiffeltower nippon skyline skyscraper architecture golden
    • architecture berlin bundestag circle crossing bridge modernistic
    • reflection forest pond pattern abstractart naturalistic waters profound plight premonition
    • chiswick london enterprise urban metropolis blackandwhite architecture
    • london underground tube arty construction architecture glassroof contrast earlscourt
    • akihabara tokyo manga anime downtown streetlife gaming sega 8bit
    • tokyo akihabara london fish japan nippon shinagawa park shinto sacred
    • architecture abstractart ambient texture dsseldorf
    • shibuya nippon crossing blackandwhite contrast crowd
    • paris tunnel highway grafitti blurred communication montreuil
    • stairs staircase solitude contrast stockholm sthlm stureplan narrow facade brickshellip
Get Adobe Flash player