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Free Introductory Webinars For Ableton Live & Push 2

Free Introductory Webinars For Ableton Live & Push 2

Learn More About Ableton Products For Recording And Performing

Berlin 10th March 2021 – Ableton, makers of innovative software and hardware for musicians, are delighted to announce two FREE webinars offering the ultimate introduction to their flagship products, Ableton Live and Push 2. Ableton Live is a unique tool for music creation and performance, and Push 2 is a powerful, expressive instrument which gives users hands-on control of an unlimited palette of sounds without needing to look at a computer.

Two free webinars, on 16th and 23rd March 2021,19:00 GMT will be hosted by Simon Lyon, Artist, Certified Trainer and Product Expert for Ableton UK & IE. The 90-minute sessions will see Simon showcase and explain how to utilise Ableton Live and Push 2 to make music creation fast, fluid and flexible. These sessions are ideal for musicians who wish to learn the fundamentals of Live and Push 2 and get to grips with the essentials of music making, discovering how to turn their creations into finished songs, or perform their music live on stage.

Over the course of the two free webinars, topics covered will include getting started, setting up, plus a guided tour of the software’s features and tools. By the end of the sessions participants will have the building blocks for recording, mixing, beat making, performing, sampling, mastering and more at their fingertips. Plus, Simon and a team of Ableton experts will be on hand to answer any questions you have throughout the sessions.

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 beginner’s introduction to getting the best out of Ableton Live and Push 2 sign up here:

16th March – Making Music with Ableton Live
23rd March – Push 2: Production and Performance

About Ableton

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

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