Item description for Ableton Live 6 Tips and Tricks by Martin Delaney...
This book will give Live novices an insight into working methods that otherwise would take months to discover. For the most experienced user it promises a quick catch-up with Live 6's new developments (including complex new performance features, and long-awaited improvements and additions on the production side), and a new perspective on some of Live's more established features.
This book does not duplicate the Live user manual, it expands upon it, and introduces creative concepts, workflow enhancements, and workrounds for common objectives and problems. It also includes interviews with high-profile Live users in a variety of musical genres, passing on their real-world experiences to you.
Although the Live interface is remarkably simple, there's a lot of power under the surface. This book will show you new ways to access that power.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.53" Width: 6.61" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Publisher PC Publishing
ISBN 1906005028 ISBN13 9781906005023
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More About Martin Delaney
Martin Delaney, aka mindlobster, is a teacher, writer, performer, and producer. He is one of Ableton's first Accredited Live Trainers, and has students all over Europe. Martin has taught Live to DJs, musicians, school kids, prisoners, and psychiatric patients! He also designed the acclaimed Kenton Killamix Mini USB MIDI controller. Martin writes Future Music's monthly Ableton Live tutorials, and has produced Live training movies for Future Music, MacProVideo in Vancouver, and Yamaha.
Reviews - What do customers think about Ableton Live 6 Tips and Tricks?
Pointless Apr 10, 2008
There is nothing in this book that is helpful to a person who has the manual in front of them. It simply goes through all of the features of Live and recommends that you use them.
Tips? The only thing this book gives is just a list of the features of Live, and tells you to try each of them... NOT giving an in depth instruction on any.
Tricks? None. A trick would be something impressive or skillful that is not widely known. There were no tricks in this book. Seriously all the author does is list out the features and say what they are good for. Less educational than the manual. Pointless waste of money.