Hal Leonard Books is now shipping Power Tools for Ableton Live 9 by Jake Perrine, an Ableton certified trainer with years of experience and an unmatched passion for making music with Ableton Live. Here's their own description of the book and DVD-ROM...
The author convincingly explains how Live sets itself apart from other programs, especially when it comes to working on live performance. The book explains why Ableton Live is the premier choice when making beats, remixing, live recording, DJing, live looping, sound design, electronic music, hip-hop, and much more.
Unlike other books about Live that simply explain its features like a second manual, this hands-on book contains a series of exercises that walk the user through all the features needed to produce professional-sounding music. "The goal is to get you making music as quickly as possible using the key features and learning specific techniques that will help you reach your goals," says Perrine. He guides the reader through the creation of an actual track from start to finish, plus he explains how to use Live 9 in your DJ performances. In addition, there is plenty of practice using Live 9 with the included audio content, video tutorials, excises, audio samples, and third-party plug-in demos contained on the accompanying DVD-ROM.
A substantial appendix section offers discussions of important non-Ableton-specific topics, including digital audio basics, components of a producer's studio, considerations when buying a DAW computer, and more. Whether you want to DJ, make mash-ups and remixes, play with a band, or build epic dance anthems from scratch, this book will show you all you need to know to achieve your goals with Ableton Live 9.
About the Author
Jake Perrine, an Ableton certified trainer and WarpAcademy.com curriculum director, has been making electronic music for over 25 years. In addition, he has over a decade of experience teaching audio production at the college level. So, not only does he know what he's talking about, he knows how to make sure you know what he's talking about.
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