We are really excited to announce the June Ableton User Group Meeting!
The focus is on users sharing their own music production and performance Tips n Tricks with the group.
Lenny Kiser Ableton Trainer
It's always interesting to see inside of fellow music producers and performers projects and learn how they make music. Everybody does things a little bit differently and it can be really helpful and insightful to see this. Seeing how someone else does something can open up new creative pathways into your own work. Through sharing and learning from each other we all grow as musicians, producers and individuals. This is core to the Ableton User Group.
For this meeting we want to see your tips and tricks. If you want to present a Tip or Trick with regards to music production or performance please prepare a 5 minute short explanation of a particular tip, trick or workflow you have found that works well for you.
Lenny Kiser will present the following:
Tip: How to get the project done:
Setting aside time to be creative and figuring out your own production workflow.
Tip: Sidechaining Tips for production and live performance
Trick: Using drum racks to create risers for performance
Example Ideas (Tips n Tricks):
- Genre specific:
“This is how I make an electro bass sound”
- Instrument or effect specific:
“This is how I use the beat repeat effect”
- Music theory related:
“I have found that this chord progression works well in this scenario”
- Arranging related:
“I use a lot of the same parts from my intro to create my outro”
- Routing Related:
“I sub mix my drums like this and then use this compressor with these settings”
- Mixing-Production related:
“I have found EQ’ing drums works well with boosting these frequencies ranges”
Now Email Lenny About Your Topic:
These are all just examples so pick your own topic and prepare a short 5-minute explanation to share with the group!
Please email me in advance to let me know what you would like to present on and I will build the schedule from there. Thank you!
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