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BEGINNER ABLETON COURSE – ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ABLETON

Learn the fundamentals of Ableton live. How Ableton works and all the plugins, from compression to EQ - EVERYTHING!
Instructor:
Philip Harris
490 students enrolled
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Simply explained, easy to follow and understand. Enjoyable to watch!
Learn EVERYTHING you would need to know to write your first track on Ableton
Learn EVERYTHING about Ableton Live!
Learn the functionality of all knobs and buttons within the program.
Learn about every single plugin in Ableton. What they do, how they work and how to use them!
Learn the BASICS of SYNTHESIS.
Learn about more complicated plugins in Ableton and how you can use them creatively!
Learn about compression and how it works.
Learn about EQing and how you should use it.

So the first thing I want to say is that if you have never used Ableton Live before then I will teach you everything from the ground up.

HOWEVER this course is not only for people who have never used Ableton before!

This course covers the basics and some more ADVANCED EXPLANATIONS that took me years to understand!

I do not just show you what the plugins in Ableton do, I give you a full explanation of how they work!

This means you will have an incredible understanding of when you should use all the plugins and how you can create the sounds that are in your head.

BENEFITS OF THE COURSE

  • My course is simple to understand, easy to follow and enjoyable to watch.

  • You will finish this course with an ADVANCED understanding of how Ableton works and how ALL the plugins in ABLETON work!

  • I teach you the fundamentals of how all the plugins work and when you can use them.

  • This course will ACCELERATE the rest of your music making journey and give you an INCREDIBLE FOUNDATION to build on!

  • This course is a must for ANYONE in their FIRST/SECOND YEAR of producing music.

  • Don’t be put off by the word beginner, some of the lessons I teach you in this course took far longer to understand than lessons in my ADVANCED and MIXING and MASTERING COURSE.

  • Once you understand these lessons, my other two course will be a BREEZE!

WHO AM I?

I am a YouTuber called Phil Harris. If you go to YouTube and type in “Phil Harris DJ“, you will find me at the top. I have a channel which gets millions of view each month helping people to DJ and make dance music.

I help millions of people to learn DJing and dance music and now my courses are on Udemy for everyone to enjoy!

Make sure you follow me on YouTube for FREE TUTORIALS!

Beginner Ableton Lessons

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1. Midi vs Audio

In this video I am going to teach you the main differences between Audio and Midi.

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2. Arrangement View

In this video I will show you how to use Ableton in arrangement view.

3
3. Session View

In this video I will show you how to use Ableton in session view.

4
4. Quantize and Timing

In this video I will show you how to use quantize and timing to improve your tracks.

5
5. Looping

In this video I will show you how to use looping to improve your tracks.

6
6. Automation

In this video I show you how to use automation in your music.

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7. Draw mode, Midi etc.

In this video I will show you how to use draw mode.

8
8. Lane Controls

In this video I explain how to use different lane controls and how they each are useful.

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9. Audio Clips Explained

In this video I explain audio clips and why they are useful.

10
10. Midi Clip Controls

In this video I will explained why midi clips are useful.

11
11. Categories Explained

In this video i explain the different categories available in Ableton and why you should use them.

12
12. Spectrum and EQ

In this video i explain why Spectrum and EQ are two of my favourite plugins in Ableton.

13
13. Compressors

In this video I show the usefulness of compressors and why they should be used.`

14
14. Multiband Dynamics

In this video I explain how Multiband Dynamics are used to improve tracks.

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15. Reverb

In this video I explain why reverb should be used to improve your music.

16
16. Auto Filter

In this video I explain how to use Auto Filter to improve your music.

17
17. Delays

In this video I will show you how to use Delays in your music

18
18. Gate

In this video I show you how to use Gates in your music and why they are effective.

19
19. Panning and Width

In this video I explain how to use Panning and Width and why you should use them in your music.

20
20. Saturator and Overdrive

In this video I show you how to use Saturator and Overdrive to improve your music.

21
21. Different types of Distortion

In this video I show you how to use different types of distortion to improve your music.

22
22. Ableton Short Cuts

In this video I will show you how to use short cuts within Ableton to improve your efficiency within the app.

23
23. Phaser, Flanger and Redux

In this video I show you how to use Phaser, Flanger and Redux to improve your music.

24
24. LFO Follower

In this video I will show you how to use an LFO Follower in your music.

25
25. Envelope Follower

In this video I will show you how to use an Envelope Follower effectively in your music and when is best to use it.

26
26. Arpeggiator

In this video I will show you how to use an Arpeggiator and I will explain when it is most effective to use this in your music.

27
27. Chords

This is a quick tutorial explaining how to use chords in your music.

28
28. Randomize

In this video I explain how to use Randomize to improve your tracks.

29
29. Vocoder

In this video I will explain how to use a Vocoder in your music.

30
30. Wavetable

In this video I will explain how to use a Wavetable to improve your music.

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31. Simpler and Sampler

In this video I explain the difference between a Simpler and a Sampler and how to use them to improve your tracks.

32
32. Saving your presets

In this video I explain why it is vital for you to save presets.

33
33. Grouping

In this video I explain how to use Grouping to organise your music.

34
34. Return Track

In this video I explain how to use Return Track to improve your music.

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