Explore Live's Sampler

macProVideo.com release a new Ableton tutorial      15/11/11
Explore Live's Sampler



macProVideo.com has announced the Live 8 203 tutorial, Live's Sampler:Explored. Here's what they have to say about it...
"Ableton Live's Sampler is extremely powerful. In this hands-on tutorial Dance music performer and sound design expert Olav Basoski shows you how he uses Sampler to create the original sounds that elevate and enhance his productions.
Sampling is huge in music production. We all use samplers, but very few of us know how they work and how to effectively deploy them in our productions. Ableton's awesome Sampler is seamlessly integrated into Live's workflow which makes it both easy to master and intuitive to use in both your "live" and studio tracks.
This tutorial is divided into two parts: Part One begins with a look at how sampling works. You'll see all of Sampler's basic controls and functions as Olav guides you through all the options on Sampler's GUI. Once its functionality has been clearly explained, Olav takes a deep, sonic dive into sound design.
And now the fun begins: In Part Two you're invited into Olav's audio workshop where you'll see him create his sonic masterpieces. He turns vocals into kick drums AND funky bass parts. Master Basoski then shows you how he designs swooping sweeps and staccato stutter FX. He also does some cool "oldskool" time-stretching.
So join Olav Basoski in this informative Sampler sound design tutorial and see how you can release the outrageous audio potential locked up in Ableton's premium instrument: Sampler!"

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