INTRO TO ABLETON LIVE ONLINE – ACCELERATED

Discover music production in Ableton Live from the comfort of your home studio. Join our six week course, live online and you’ll never miss a beat. 

Course Description

Ableton Live is one of the most popular music production and composition tools used by producers around the world. Throughout six individual two-hour weekly classes, you will learn to navigate Ableton Live’s interface, organize audio and MIDI clips, automate tracks & FX, and much more. Learn the fundamentals of music production quickly so you can focus on creating and unlocking your creativity. 

What To Expect:

Prior to your first class, you’ll receive a complementary virtual session with our Tech Team to properly set up software and class session settings, ensuring the best online class experience possible!

During your class, you’ll meet with your mentor and other like minded students to share work and ideas.

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What You’ll Learn

  • An Introduction to Session and Arrangement View
  • Importing Samples and Warping
  • Working with MIDI in Session and Arrangement View
  • Introduction to Rhythm Theory
  • Introduction to Scale Tool and MIDI Utilities
  • Workflow with the Simpler Instrument
  • Using Audio and MIDI Effect (Reverb, Delay and more)

What I love about EMC is the quality of the instructors. They really give you a lot of detailed instructions while being patient and caring about our own pace of learning 

—Matt V.

Cue The Tracks

For more information about our courses, or if you’d like to speak to someone on our team, please use the form or give us a call at 646.747.0144.

You can also visit our NYC location for a tour or to speak to our team between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., or during one of our upcoming events. Email us to make an appointment.

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