September 30, 2016  

Recording Tabla in Ableton Live (FFL!)

Combining unique instruments with more traditional techniques has often been the way to create your own sound. In electronic music and beyond, the blending of styles and genres can help you break out of the loop-based and sample-pack production traps. In today’s FFL, Ski Oakenfull is joined by tablaist Sirishkumar Manji to show you how to record tabla into Ableton Live and combine it with electronic sounds in your productions. Tune in above at 1pm and make sure you get your questions in for Ski and Sirishkumar. Subscribe to our channel for more live events and free tutorials.

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