How To Create Your Sound And Build A Track From Scratch
Berlin 21st April 2021 – Ableton, makers of innovative software and hardware for musicians, are delighted to announce another TWO FREE WEBINARS demonstrating how to get more from their powerful Ableton Live software. The sessions will showcase all kinds of sound design and music production tips and tricks in an easy to follow, interactive format.
The 90-minute webinars will be hosted by Ableton Certified Trainers, Anna Lakatos and Thomas Glendinning. The first session on 27th April, 19.00 GMT will showcase Ableton Live’s Simpler device. More than just a place to slice and dice samples, Simpler is a transformative tool that can be used to create original sounds and textures. The second session on the 4th May, 19.00 GMT will be dedicated to building a track from the start, from generating ideas to the final arrangement.
By the end of the sessions, participants will have the knowledge and tools to create customised instruments, enabling them to build tracks using their own, newly sculpted sounds. With live on-screen demonstrations and Ableton experts on hand to answer any questions throughout, these webinars are the ideal way to get started in making unique, personal music.
Attendees who would like to familiarise themselves with Ableton Live before the sessions can download a free 90-day trial of the newly released Ableton Live 11 https://www.ableton.com/en/live/.
For a FREE look into the world of sound design and music production with Ableton Live, reserve one of the limited places here:
27th April, 19.00 GMT, Simpler and Sound Design:
4th May, 19.00 GMT, Build a track from scratch in Ableton Live:
Ableton makes products for music makers to create, produce and perform music. These include Live, a software that combines traditional studio technologies with the freedom of working without a timeline; Push, a hardware instrument for hands-on playing and composing with Live; and Link, a technology that allows multiple devices to play in time together over a wireless connection.
Ableton was founded in 1999 by musicians in need of new creative tools. The first version of Live was released in 2001. The company is led by its founders from its headquarters in Berlin, and has additional offices in Los Angeles and Tokyo. About 430 people work at Ableton across the world. www.ableton.com