Ableton Live’s ability to manipulate samples is what makes it one of the most creative music-making tools available. There are almost endless ways to create textures, tones and tracks using samples and built-in Devices, but Ableton’s Simpler is something of a throw-back, offering more traditional sampler functions. In this new video, Point Blank instructor and Ableton Certified Trainer Freddy Frogs looks at some of the more fundamental sampler functions and how they can be used to create unique sounds for your tracks. Watch the video above and make sure you subscribe to our channel for more free tutorials and live events.
Point Blank instructor and Ableton Certified trainer Freddy Frogs looks at using the modulation options in Live’s Simpler in this new video
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