Mixing in Ableton Live: A Creative Approach
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Importing Stems in Ableton2:11
Panning and Widening7:47
Advanced Ableton Racks4:39
About This Class
This class covers problem-solving and creative methods to raise your mixes to professional standards using only the audio effects included in Ableton Live 9.
You will learn how to analyse, critic, fix, and embellish all parts of your songs using tools like volume automation, reverb, panning, eqing and compression. More than knowing what these tools do, you will know when to apply them, how to combine them, and when NOT to use them.
The project will involve mixing audio stems that I will provide. You also have the choice to mix your own project as long as you show us the material before and after your mix. The project is about the development of your mix rather than the final result.
This class is geared towards Ableton users, but the concept explained are applicable in any other DAW.
- Knowledge of the basic functionality in Ableton Live or any other DAW.
- Familiarity with the terms: spectrum, frequency, transient, fundamental, harmonics, mono and stereo.
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This class has changed how I view mixing! I feel I have grown so much as an engineer since I've completed this course. Also, what a charismatic and talented teacher. Not only was he able to help a beginner, like me, improve my mixing skills and show me how to better use Ableton Live; he explains tools such as compression and reverb in a way that would deepen the understanding of an old pro, such as myself. 5 Stars ***** Two thumbs Up 10/10
Two years ago, I moved from France to Los Angeles in order to pursue my passion for music composition. Within this short time frame, I sold sound effects to major hollywood studios, scored a feature film, and wrote themes for multiple awarded short-films. As of today, I see every job opportunity as an exercise to perfect business, style and technique. Director's restrictions are what make the challenge fun to me. Some days, I have to score a quirky movie with an accordion, while the other, I need to find broken piano samples to complement a mysterious scene. Images inspire my music, as my music inspires images.