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 Post subject: The Little List of Tips and Tricks
PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2005 10:24 am 

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Tips, tricks and downloads for Live

- More Music production videos than you can poke a stick at

- Glitch Sound Design in Ableton Live

- Vocoding Voices in Live 8

- The Little Things in Live Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

- Making a Step Sequencer in Live

- Ableton Live On Stage with Tom Cosm and Pitch Black

- Various Ableton Live Video Tutorials by Nick Maxwell

- Transposing Clips using a MIDI Keyboard

- Creating a Reversed Reverb effect

- Using Live to send CV signals [1 2 3]

- 6 Bass Sequencing Tricks From Daft Punk

- Max/Msp Tutorial Videos by Baz

- Another sidechain compression tutorial

- Sidechain compression tutorial (Live + Reaktor)

- Using autopan as a compressor

- Dummy Clips 101

- Dummy Clips Revisited: Videos for Live 7

- Advanced Arpeggiator Programming Techniques (videos)

- Bigger kits with the impulse

- Chord and scale MIDI plug-in presets

- Syncing loops in simpler

- The Utility Trick - How to Isolate sounds

- Velocity switching with impulse and simpler

- Live 5's Arp: 2 little tips

- Make an exciter: get your high end sounding tight

- EQ 4 as Resonant Filter

- May your bass be smooth and your transients never be shaved

- Live 6 Impulse file management tutorial

- Follow actions to mess up arrangement

- A great trick with the sends in Live 5

- Morphing delay times without automation

- Cool half-time effect

- How To Warp A Whole Track with relative Success (In versions earlier than Live 8

- Funky Breaks

- Groover - automating the "nudge forward" button (PC)

- Keeping note's on your sets by adding your own lessons (live 4)

- PHAT BEATS -- the percussion routing of the nefilim

- Syncing two computers running Live (OSX 10.4)

- Emulating a turntable scratch

- Tarekith's Guide to Leveling, Meters and more...

- VINKALMANN's Guide to Warping in Ableton Live

- VINKALMANN's Guide to Arrangement View Mixing

- Robert Henke talks about Live 6's reverb

- Smooth song transitions in a live set (Using AngstroLooper)

- Instant Crazy drummer with Plogue Bidule

- Trigger Fruity patterns the Live way

- How to use TWO audio interfaces with Live (MacOS X)

- Handy Autokeys script for mouseless DJing (PC)

- Live + Bidule audio looper

- Virus TI and Live 5 tutorial

- Pioneer DJM-800 | Configure Live for 4 or 8 tracks

- Vocoder Tutorial with Live

- VST Distortion Tutorial Using Ableton Live

- MIDI Beat Juggling Template

- Tutorial: building a synth in Plogue Bidule

- Thread on how people use their BCRs

- Original 'sticky' for the SL

- Supatrigga Crossfade

- VINKALMANN's Guide to Using the Echo Indigo DJ / How to Cue in Ableton Live

- Breaking mental block using old songs as templates...

- Chordhouse: a good place for finding chords and scales

- MIDI Note Number to Frequency Conversion Chart

- Basic Concepts of Analog Modular Synthesis

- Good article on latency

- Website where you can get all the latest audio freeware for mac and pc

- Angstrom's vst plugins for pc

- Amo's Movie player plugin for mac and pc

- MIDI Ox, MIDI Yoke (3rd Party Virtual MIDI Drivers for Windows)

- ASIO 4 All (the universal ASIO driver for WDM audio for Windows)

- VST -> OSC Bridge

- KVR Plug-in Database

- Links to free samples

- Get into devilfish-acid-ish madness with Operator

- Making a Supersaw using Racks and Operator

- Making a Dance Kick using Operator

- Using Autopan as a Compressor

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2005 12:24 pm 

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nice one


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2005 11:26 pm 

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amen! This is how the tips should be. All nicely summarised on one page with links of it :)

Thanks!

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2005 4:33 pm 

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STICKY! STICKY! STICKY!


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 Post subject: A lovely gift...
PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2005 5:23 pm 

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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS HELPFUL POST!!! In brief--life-changing...Every time you think you know everything about this brilliant piece of software, someone opens another "secret door". Thanks for generously providing these tips!


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2005 11:21 am 

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googoo wrote:
STICKY! STICKY! STICKY!


What he said, cheers Abletonian's.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2005 2:42 pm 

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Thank you!!!


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2005 12:24 am 

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This is great!!! this should really be a sticky!!


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2005 11:32 am 

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yeah i have the same feelin 2. in fact there should be a sticky thread only dedicated to tips like the ones above. dont know how to administrate it tho..but maybe henke or some of the other dudes at the abe hq could compile a list of tips n trix they think is worthy of sharing..and then just update the muthafunka from time to time..since theres not much going on in the tutorial department of this site. knowutamsayin


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2005 11:33 am 

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in funkin fact lets have a vote on this shit..


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2005 2:00 pm 

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funk313 wrote:
in fact there should be a sticky thread only dedicated to tips like the ones above.


In fact whole forum "tips & tricks" should be dedicated to tips and tricks. (What a surprise!) But the signal noise ratio is quite bad. I think it would be good to have a sticky thread with instructions what to post here and what not. And then somebody should move everything that is neither tip nor trick.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2005 5:02 pm 

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TheAnimal wrote:
funk313 wrote:
in fact there should be a sticky thread only dedicated to tips like the ones above.


In fact whole forum "tips & tricks" should be dedicated to tips and tricks. (What a surprise!) But the signal noise ratio is quite bad. I think it would be good to have a sticky thread with instructions what to post here and what not. And then somebody should move everything that is neither tip nor trick.


i have to disagre on that one. what this forum is also good at, is that we can help each other out aswell, get to know each other and so on.. i think a stinky would be satisfying..


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2005 7:57 pm 

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Of course you're right in general. But you probably wouldn't post your hello world in the feature wishlist or tips & tricks forum but rather in the general forum, wouldn't you? What do you think why the forums have different names?


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2005 11:58 am 

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