LIVE ABLETON VIDEO WORKSHOP

How To Escape the 8-Bar Loop


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ARE YOU STUCK ON YOUR SONG STRUCTURE?

Don't worry, there's a really good way to build tracks using Session View, where Ableton is at its best. Let me show you how to turn your loops into complete songs that build up to an amazing CLIMAX, without doing any annoying copy&paste edits in the timeline.

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IN THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

  1. Build tracks in Session View instead of in the Arrangement (revelation!!!)
  2. Create the song sections for your Intro, Buildups, Drops, Transitions, Breakdowns and Ending
  3. Make the CLIMAX that gets people addicted to your beats
  4. Record a great version into the timeline without doing annoying copy & paste edits
  5. Live-mix your music with controllers, FX racks and AUX sends
  6. Find the perfect song structure for YOUR music (no matter what genre you produce)
  7. Speed up your production
  8. Finish the stack of projects that have been sitting on your computer for 2 years...
  9. Stop wasting studio time
  10. Stop feeling frustrated & depressed about the direction of your whole entire life!!!

Stop getting pissed off and deleting everything! 

Let's finish that stack of projects that have been sitting in your music folder for the last two years.

 

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Who is Steve Knots?

Steve Knots is a musician & DJ, the founder of mixitecture, and a great teacher who has been tutoring Ableton producers for the past 10 years.

Steve started making original live electronic music in 1999 and has performed professionally on everything from DAW-less MIDI hardware to vinyl decks, CDJ's and Ableton Live... with bands, with MC's, with singers, with instrumentalists, and in solo live electronic multitrack sets (from NYC to Europe and back). 

His audio engineering skills combined with first-hand creative music production & DJ'ing experience make him your ideal mentor when it comes to getting the ideas out of your head and into the speakers. 

One hour.  Live on video. Free.