Ableton Live 6

Hanson, Robert
February 2007
Mix;Feb2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p136
The article offers tips and tricks for remixing music for film scores and live playback tracks using various versions of the music sequencing software Ableton Live. The software's features including warp marking and ability to alter tempo radically are discussed. The article also discusses the macro controlling, deep freezing, cross fading and master warping techniques.


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