How to make a Lo-Fi Beat in Ableton Live 11


Learn how to a make a Lo-Fi Beat using the new features in Ableton Live 11.
2:25 Electric - electric piano music instrument with new graphics
5:05 Macro Snapshots - capture and swap between different versions of an instrument or device
5:30 Hybrid Reverb - combining algorithmic and convolution reverb
7:05 Spectral Resonator - Breaks the spectrum of an incoming audio signal into partials, then stretches, shifts and blurs the result by a frequency or a note in subtle or radical ways
8:33 Spectral Resonator has MIDI sidechain input which allows you to process material in key and even play the device as if it were a polyphonic instrument.
9:50 Collision - physical modeling music instrument with new graphics
11:46 MPE (MIDI Polyphonic Expression) software instruments allow you to control multiple parameters of every note in real time for more expressive instrumental performances.
12:35 Scales - new view in Clip mode makes it easy for you to play in key
15:16  Randomize - Velocity chance define ranges for velocity probability for subtle, humanized variations in the dynamics of your patterns.
16:08 Randomize - Note chance sets the probability that a note or drum hit will occur and let Live generate surprising variations to your patterns that change over time.
17:49 Edit MPE parameters like aftertouch
19:50 Voice Box pack features contemporary vocal samples from multiple voices, a set of playable vocal instruments, and Effect Racks designed for vocal processing.
20:37 Voice Box MIDI devices include Scale Arpeggios which help generate musical phrases in key

This demo was conducted by me for the Central Victoria Ableton User Group.

If you'd like to learn how to make your own electronic music or remixes, in individual lessons, contact me (Ben Ang, Ableton Certified Trainer) at ben.ang.music@gmail.com 







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