Any non-Ableton 'User' sites on the net yet?

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StompyJ
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Any non-Ableton 'User' sites on the net yet?

Post by StompyJ » Wed Jul 28, 2004 5:39 am

Are there any sites yet that have been created by users that deal with Live yet?
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Post by ryst » Wed Jul 28, 2004 10:02 pm

Are there any sites yet that have been created by users that deal with Live yet?
I am going to have my own website soon. I would love to set up a forum for Live users. I will let you know more info tomorrow.

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Post by dirtystudios » Thu Jul 29, 2004 5:00 am

i'm in the process of finalizing liveuser.org at the moment. it will, at first, just provide weekly tutorials, though i hope to add more features in the future (remix contests, preset sharing, etc.). anyone who is interested in writing some tutorials should drop me a line.

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Post by forge » Thu Jul 29, 2004 1:03 pm

dirtystudios wrote:i'm in the process of finalizing liveuser.org at the moment. it will, at first, just provide weekly tutorials, though i hope to add more features in the future (remix contests, preset sharing, etc.). anyone who is interested in writing some tutorials should drop me a line.

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hey dirtystudios

- any thoughts on hosting live sets or live radio - I was talking with Loophead and Rx on here recently about trying to organise something - ultimately Live radio. It would be such a good thing to have that it would be really worth trying to get off the ground - preferably with the help of ableton

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Post by StompyJ » Thu Jul 29, 2004 1:11 pm

All of this sounds awesome guys, I'd like to help with all of these ideas.

I think its really important to have a place where we can show HOW people are using live, and what they're doing with it. I think Live has teh potential to spawn some really interesting new ways of synthesizing DJaying and Live PAing.
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Post by Nick Maxwell » Thu Jul 29, 2004 1:16 pm

I couldn't agree with this more. This is the one thing that is missing from the Live internet community: A diversity of sites to visit. As much as I love the Ableton main site, I would like to see other capable people put together sites with varying focus, such as tutorials, forums, Live Radio, etc. I will help in any way I can. Perhaps a tutorial or two. :)

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Post by ryst » Thu Jul 29, 2004 8:02 pm

I still don't have any more news on my Live users forum. I am waiting for an important phone call that will give me an idea on when it could be up. I will definitley keep everyone here posted and this will be my first time as a moderator so it should be fun! I will do my best to keep the ignorant negative posts to a minimum, also. More news soon!

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Post by dirtystudios » Fri Jul 30, 2004 9:02 am

forge wrote: hey dirtystudios

- any thoughts on hosting live sets or live radio - I was talking with Loophead and Rx on here recently about trying to organise something - ultimately Live radio. It would be such a good thing to have that it would be really worth trying to get off the ground - preferably with the help of ableton
well, that sounds like a good idea and i'd love to do something like that at somepoint. pretty soon though, time will not be my biggest commodity (due to school). i wouldn't want to commit to anything if i wasn't sure i could make good on it. that and i know nothing of setting up internet radio stuff.

i'm hoping that having a weekly tutorial site will be within my means. i don't want to bite off more than i can chew. i'm starting small, and if it works out, then i'll start thinking about adding on other things like live radio.


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