Ableton Live's Instruments Demystified

macProVideo.com releases Exploring The Instruments tutorial      31/05/13

Ableton Live's Instruments Demystified


macProVideo.com has released a new tutorial course - Live 9 104 Exploring The Instruments - which they say demystifies Ableton Live's physically modeled instruments. They tell us that producer Olav Basoski shines his synthesist spotlight on these sound generators and brings their vast sonic features into laser focus.

A spokesperson told us, "What better way to learn Live's instruments than from a top producer and remixer who uses them everyday? That's exactly what this collections of tutorials by EDM legend Olav Basoski is all about. He takes you through the signal flow and the controls of Analog, Collision, Electric, Operator, Simpler and Tension while all along the way, you learn about physical modeling and other kinds of synthesis. Watching this course brings you up to speed with everything you need to know about Ableton's suite of these instruments giving you the info you need to design the sounds and timbres that add that extra sonic sheen to your tracks and performances."


Pricing and Availability:

$25/mth USD: Unlimited Library Access
$19.50 USD: Buy Now and View in HD


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