The kick is arguably the most important part of any track that one might DJ. If it’s in the wrong key or a bad sample it can ruin a well mixed and composed track. While you can buy incredibly good samples (for some reasonable $)
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Ableton has been long overdue for an update. Ableton 9 was released four years ago in March of 2013. Version 9.5 (released in 2015) brought many requested features, particularly for the new Push, without an updated GUI or new modules. The wait, as grueling as
Ableton User Group is promoting a free and fantastic opportunity to meet, share, and collaborate with all things Ableton. The event will be held on the first of next month (October 1st, 2017) at UW CoMotion (4545 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 400, Seattle, Washington 98105). CoMotion is the
F9 Audio has been creating tools for electronic producers for quite some time now. Their products are also renown for being incredibly user and budget-friendly. LIVE RACKS is the latest collection of tools from F9 that utilizes Ableton’s awesome audio, and MIDI instruments and effects.