Organizing Ableton Live: Enhance Your Workflow (Part 3: Samples)

I currently have about two-thousand and seventy-five samples in my library, and that doesn’t include all of the pATCHES.zone sample packs I’ve been downloading. Those are next in line for curation. I have sorted through all of the MusicRadar.com samples up to February or March, previewed tons of samples on Splice.com, purchased many sample packs from various creators, and I’ve even curated through the entire Ableton Live 9 Suite Library. I loved almost every second of it. I want to share my experience with new producers to help them organize their samples. Continue reading “Organizing Ableton Live: Enhance Your Workflow (Part 3: Samples)”

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Organizing Ableton Live: Enhance Your Workflow (Part 2: Effects)

Hey, guys! Thanks so much for reading. If you haven’t already, check out part 1 of this series of Organizing Ableton Live. It’s the introduction and might have some cool ideas for you to think about before starting this second part. The folder structure download at the bottom of that page may be useful to you. This post will focus on Ableton live effects, VST effects, and how to organize them all in one place. Continue reading “Organizing Ableton Live: Enhance Your Workflow (Part 2: Effects)”

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Organizing Ableton Live: Enhance Your Workflow (Part 1)

Part 1: Preparation

One thing most producers need help with is curating this library and honing their toolkit. I wrote this to help you get the most out of your collection of music tools. You already know how to collect samples and plugins. It’s easy to amass a large pile of stuff, but can you find the real gems when the time is right? I hopw to help you save time on projects, maintain your state of flow, and develop your unique musical style in greater detail using the tips in this post. Continue reading “Organizing Ableton Live: Enhance Your Workflow (Part 1)”

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