The drum sessions in the video are available here.
We're proud to introduce our new line of Multitrack Drum Sessions - "Complete Takes". Not just loops, but entire 3-4 minute song performances that you can drag and drop into any DAW. Check it out!
Vol 1 Specs:
3 Complete Song Sessions
10 Individual Drum & Percussion Tracks
Total Size: 1.2 GB
24 bit 48 kHz WAV Files
In some of my past videos, I've shown you how to work with multitrack drums inside of Logic and manipulate loops in Reason 6, but today my focus is on Ableton. In this video, I utilize the Felt & Wires Multitrack Session to explain my workflow for:
- setting up the session before loading the audio files
- getting a quick rough mix
- recording a live arrangement from session view
- grouping the tracks to clean things up
Sit down, grab a drink and make yourself comfortable. This will take a while. In this 24 minute long video, I walk you through some of my own drum mixing techniques, demonstrated with our latest Multitrack Sessions release, Lucky Sevens. Again, I'm using Logic for this tutorial, but all of these basic principals of utilizing EQ, compression, gating, reverb etc can be utilized in any DAW (Pro Tools, Ableton, Reason, Garageband, yaddy yaddy yadda...).
And if watching a guy mix an odd meter drum session wasn't exciting enough, there is a surprise guest appearance by the police.
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The thought of working with Multitrack Drum Sessions may seem daunting to some of you, but it's really as easy as dragging and dropping. This video, utilizing our Thick & Meaty Session, gives you a quick overview of how the sessions are configured, as well as some tips for creating your own drum arrangements inside of your DAW.
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