Ableton Live is of course, a hugely popular piece of software for making music. Its performance background and production-focused evolution have made it a unique tool for recording, remixing and creative sampling. But what many may not know is that it’s also an incredibly comprehensive mixing tool, and with our recently revamped Mixing Dance Music in Ableton course, we’re going to show you not only how to mix full projects entirely in Ableton, but provide a comprehensive guide to essential sound engineering skills in 8 highly enjoyable information-packed weeks.
Tutor Anthony Chapman (Klaxons, Hot Chip, Franz Ferdinand) will guide you through fundamental mixing techniques like image and balance, dynamics, EQ, reverb, depth, mixing vocals and even mastering. It’s the perfect course for remixers, studio engineers and programmers alike. You can find out more about the course here.
In this video, we show you a small preview of what you can expect on the Mixing Dance Music in Ableton course. Along with these excellent tutorial videos, you’ll also get downloads that include the multi-tap delay from this preview video, as well as a custom tape delay, artificial double-tracking rack and more. Watch the video below to get an insight into the course and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for more course previews and tutorials.
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