With the beta of Live 11 in our hands, it’s time for us to scope out some of the most intriguing new additions. While there’s not much in the way of new instruments as such, there are many new sounds and workflows to explore.
Following up on our last tutorial about mastering in Live 10, it’s time to dig a bit deeper, and highlight two of the most important and most-used of Live’s mastering devices – Multiband Dynamics and EQ Eight.
It’s two years since Live 10 was released, and, as always Ableton has taken its time to avoid hollow point updates, and has finally provided the much anticipated next step in the world-beating DAW’s evolution.
We’ve all wondered why our mixes don’t quite boast that professional-level sheen, particular those of us who aren’t adept at mastering. Here, we’ll show you what you can do to get your songs sounding more radio-friendly.
In our last tutorial, we covered recording a Session View jam using clip launching, mixer adjustments and effects manipulation to create an arrangement. Now it’s time to tidy it up and smooth its rough edges.
Crossing streams is a specialty of this Ohio-based company, whose creative plug-ins bridge the gap between analogue and digital. We dip our toes into its latest release, a granular-synthesis instrument with minimal CPU-drain.