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Mixing in Ableton

Discussion in 'Ableton' started by Ian Tomlinson, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. Ian Tomlinson

    Ian Tomlinson Active Member

    I recorded this session (drums, not the electronic track) in Protools HD, and wanted to try mixing it in Ableton for fun. I'm still new to mixing (mixing WELL, that is).

    I have a before video with a link to the after, and any feedback you guys can give would rock. Yeah, this is my first post here, but I'm not going to be a spammer. I've looked around this site, and it rocks. I'll be sticking around, for sure.

    So like I said, any feedback you guys can give would rock.

     
  2. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    welcome to RO.

    I'm very intrigued with any opinions on this. Why are you interested in Ableton and doing this?
    I have Ableton Live but after testing it, I've never spent more time on it. Not because I didn't like it, in fact I love it, but I just haven't had time to invest in learning how I could use it for more advanced mixing like I can with other DAW's I'm more familiar with.
     
  3. Ian Tomlinson

    Ian Tomlinson Active Member

    I use Ableton most of the the time, whether recording live or for electronic music. If I know I'll be collaborating with other engineers, I use Protools. I love just about everything Ableton offers. It's easy, but really in depth. I love Protools, too, but it can be a hassle. It takes a while to get the hang of because it's so much different than other DAWs. It's worth it, though.
     
  4. legatto

    legatto Active Member

    i use Ableton too, its a powerful software, it gives you a raw sound, or naked, and you make what you want, but you didnt say what kinda of skill do you have. If you dont know the details, study them and then try ableton. Your world will be open. :D Offcorse, other engines are a must-have, as seperate or Plugins, in recording it gives you a profesional detail in every sound. but its not melodyne, or any kind of that kind. you try and study if you need. And join the Ableton Family. :D
     

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