Ableton Live 7 – Slice to Midi video.



Here I download a drum loop from Soundsnap.com and open it in Ableton Live 7. I then crop the sample and use the new Slice to Midi feature. Once done the audio is in a new Drum Rack with all the sounds on separate audio channels. I re-arrange the midi notes, add a Ping Pong delay and use the Drum Rack’s macro controls.

I’m really enjoying Live 7, Leopard and even iMovie which I used to quickly piece this together. Have you upgraded yet?

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on December 3, 2007 at 4:35 pm, filed under Ableton Live, video and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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7 Responses to “Ableton Live 7 – Slice to Midi video.”

  1. Kent Sandvik says:

    Stylus RMX is somewhat in trouble now. You could now also load REX files into Ableton Live 7.0 and the slices are automatically mapped to midi.

  2. Live 7 rules… Drum racks and slicing are opening many new creative doors…

  3. I bought Stylus RMX because of the uber positive reviews but I never used it much. Something about it screams Rock Producer to me. It’s definitely a nice capable program but I just never seem to click it on.

  4. Disco DSP’s Highlife freeware did that internally and were able to apply the internal efx. Still this looks a shitload more creative. I see Prop’s Recycle going out of business!

  5. mr.budinski says:

    sounds hideous. i can’t abide electronica

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