Novation Launchpad Ableton Live Controller

Novation Launchpad Ableton Live Controller

  • Seamless integration of Launchpad and Ableton Live
  • Backlit multi-color 64-button grid provides instant session overview
  • Ideal for launching clips and scenes
  • No additional power supply needed – single lead USB-powered from your computer
  • Supports multi-unit operation – connect up to 6 Launchpads at a time

The new Novation Launchpad has been jointly designed by Novation and Ableton, integrating instantly and seamlessly to provide a powerful and musical way to physically and visually interact with Ableton Live. Whether you’re a DJ, performing musician or studio producer, Launchpad gives you all you need to truly ‘play’ Live. Just load up Live, plug in the Launchpad, and you’re ready to roll. With a multi-color 64-button grid and dedicated scene launch buttons, Launchpad is purpose built for tr


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Novation Launchpad Ableton Live Controller

Ableton Live Tutorial: Beat Repeat – Dubspot’s Thavius Beck

Learn more at the Dubspot blog: blog.dubspot.com In this tutorial Dubspot instructor Thavius Beck teaches you how to use Ableton Live’s Beat Repeat audio effect to manipulate your drum tracks and create new and interesting rhythmic patterns and effects. He takes you through each feature of the effect and offers an in-depth explanation of what each knob does. A must for all beat heads out there interested in creating some tweaked out effects in their drums.
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Ableton Tutorial – Tech Tip 15 – Create An Exciter

www.sonicacademy.com Sonic Tech Tip No. 15 – Create An Exciter In Ableton 8 In this Tech Tip we make use of Abletons EQ & Saturation tools to create some high end “Sheen” on our track. Don’t forget to check out our website www.sonicacademy.com for more free tutorials! You can get access to ALL of our interactive video tutorials (350+ and counting) including all of our exclusive Tech Tips, when you become a subscriber to our website for only £59.99 for a FULL year!

www.sonicacademy.com In this video we take a look at taking a single mono vocal sample and using a couple tricks, we widen it out to make it sound like it is playing in full stereo. This sort of effect is great for adding body to your vocals or even moving a lead line so that it is not sitting directly in the middle of your tune! Don’t forget to check out our website www.sonicacademy.com for more free tutorials! You can get access to ALL of our interactive video tutorials (100+ and counting; plus sample packs, resources etc) including all of our exclusive Tech Tip Project files and samples, when you become a subscriber to our website for only £59.99 for a FULL year!