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Max for Live Roundup: 5 Creative Instruments, Effects, Modulators

Expand your arsenal of music creation tools with these five Max for Live devices. This roundup includes instruments, effects, and tools for manipulating audio in creative ways, slicing up loops, creating stunning visual effects, emulating legendary drum sounds, and connecting innovative technologies.

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Modulators

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K-Devices have developed an excellent set of four Max for Live devices that give you the ability to get deep with manipulating a single target parameter for advanced modulations and control in your Live Set. This set of envelope followers and other device controllers are a perfect addition to your arsenal of tools that presents new possibilities on how you use your instruments and effects. Read more at K-Devices

EXT3

A step-sequenced modulator and envelope generator allowing quick creation of automated patterns and creative modulations. Control the target parameter via steps, creating sequences with controls like swing, time resolution, and time variation. You can also adjust envelopes, set independent lengths for each step, and adjust the smoothness of transitions between these steps.

REF

An envelope follower for modulating any parameter using an audio source. You can band-limit an incoming signal, then shape the output using a host of functions and response parameters.The display offers accurate visual feedback on how the resulting envelope will control your target parameter.

TED

A fully customizable LFO with a comprehensive set of tools for crafting perfectly shaped control signals: six blendable LFO waveforms, advanced waveshaping parameters, cycle repetition controls and more. TED can even output CV/GATE, so can act as a function generator for modular systems.

TIP

A unique grid-based device controller with which you can take up to 64 snapshots of your target device’s entire range of parameters and store them within a cell of TIP’s grid. Then switch between snapshots by designing automations or triggering automatically using random and other definable functions. You can also randomize up to 264 of any device’s parameters in an instant, with the option to exclude volume and dry/wet functions.

 

Simpler-Tools: Auto Slicer

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AZ-LABS developed an extremely easy tool used to cut loops automatically in equally sized slices within Live’s new Simpler device. Ableton Live’s new Simpler has a great transient detection mechanism that automatically cuts your samples into meaningful slices. However, it doesn’t have a feature yet that allows you to chop loops into beat subdivisions. The “Auto Slicer” device does exactly that, giving you the option cut loops into equally sized slices from lengths of 1 bar to 1/32nd. Choose between manually triggering the Auto-Slice function or having the slices adjusted whenever you load a new sample or change the Start or End marker in Simpler. In addition, all functions are MIDI and Key mappable. Read more at AZ-LABS

 

CS-808

Max for Live

CS-808 by Cluster Sound is a collection of 16 sample-based Max For Live drum instruments that emulates the 16 sound modules available on the iconic TR-808 drum machine. This device comes loaded with more than 4900 samples that are managed by multiple sample selectors, a set of extra features to shape the sounds, a super friendly user interface, and 16 FX Racks to mangle the drums. In addition to the original TR-808 parameters, the 16 drum instruments also come with 16 sound-specific Audio Effect Racks and a set of extra features not present in the original TR-808. Read more at Cluster Sound

 

Live Video Tools

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Developed by Dubspot Instructor Adriano Clemente and Thomas Martinez, Live Video Tools is a creative suite for live music performers looking to create sound responsive visuals. With simplicity in mind, the interface has an intuitive design making it easy to generate captivating visuals that dynamically reacts to your sounds. In only a few short steps, you can quickly import videos, stills, and animated GIFs to perform and manipulate alongside your Ableton Live set. Live Video Tools comes loaded with fully mappable effect controls for manipulating feedback, RGB levels, strobe, saturation, hue, inversion, kaleidoscope, and other modulation parameters to generate interesting effects. For example, you could map a filter frequency control to Live Video Tools Saturation control to create expressive filter sweeps. You can also automate modulation destinations using LFO controls so you can focus more on your live performance. Read more at Live Video Tools

 

Connection Kit

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Connection Kit by Ableton is a set of 11 Max for Live devices that allow you to connect, control, and monitor Live with a range of innovative technologies and communication protocols. Use LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3, Arduino, or littleBits™ to connect up sensors, lights or motors, open your sound world up to the web through JSON-based APIs, or convert OSC data to MIDI data. The list of input and output possibilities for music and sound creation with Live is almost endless. Read more at Ableton

 


Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program

At Dubspot our world-class instructors provide the most complete and cutting-edge Ableton Live learning experience. The Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program is the flagship of our music training. After completing this program, you will leave with a portfolio of original tracks, a remix entered in an active contest, a scored commercial to widen your scope, and the Dubspot Producer’s Certificate in Ableton Live.

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About This Program

This program is about learning Ableton Live by going through the entire process of being an artist, by developing your own sound through a series of sketches and experimentation. You will also learn the ins and outs of this powerful software through a series of exercises designed to help you master the steps involved in producing your own music. After a level of getting familiar with the tools that Ableton has to offer, you will then develop your sonic ideas into full-length tracks. You will be exposed to a variety of approaches to arrangement and composition, storytelling techniques, ways of creating tension and drama in your music. At the end of the day, it is the sum total of your choices as an artist that define your sound, and levels 2 – 6 will give you the experience of actually completing tracks to add to your portfolio.

What’s Included

  • Ableton Live Level 1: Beats, Sketches, and Ideas
  • Ableton Live Level 2: Analyze, Deconstruct, Recompose, and Assemble
  • Ableton Live Level 3: Synthesis and Original Sound Creation
  • Ableton Live Level 4: Advanced Sound Creation
  • Ableton Live Level 5: Advanced Effect Processing
  • Ableton Live Level 6: Going Global with your Music

Additional Information

Visit the Ableton Live course page for detailed information on this program here.

If you have questions, please call 877.DUBSPOT or send us a message.

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Ronnie Loko – On Repeat: Out Now on Point Blank Music!

There is an almost unbelieving ecstasy in the height you can reach, and a special kind of delight that comes when a mistimed jump lands you on the floor, and at the mercy of the juddering bounces of those around you.

Such unstable and giggle-inducing glee boings out of Point Blank’s summer time toe-tapper ‘On Repeat’ by Ronnie Loko. As this catchy house track shudders into being you realise someone has swapped the firm, everyday ground you were standing on for some kind of very, very fun springboard.

Also evident in Londoner Loko’s track is the sound of the capital, from the UK Garage-inspired drumbeat to the accent of vocalist Susanna Woodbridge.

Loko-14Ronnie’s release started as a remix, but ended up as an original track

Loko said: “I gain my production influences from the likes of Shadow Child, Mad Villains, Low Steppa and Chris Lorenzo. My DJ influences come from DJ EZ, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Made By Pete.”

Making music is nothing new for Loko. As part of production duo Black Ice X, he has released several house records on the pair’s independent label Ten10 Records, and has also released on Undisputed Records.

No stranger to live performance either, Loko has played at many iconic venues including Ministry of Sound, Fire, EGG and Scala. He won a competition to mix in Amsterdam at Pioneer/KUVO Stage for 2014’s ADE, and last year played at Barcelona’s SONAR festival.

He said: “I really enjoy recreating and performing a track live slightly differently to how it was produced. I have taken to the skippy, garage drum patterns and love a groovy bassline that is in house music.”

Loko’s produced music videos and tracks have aired on BBC 1Xtra, Rinse FM, The BOX TV and Flava TV. He has also showcased his productions with guest mixes on Ministry of Sound Radio, BBC 1Xtra, Pioneer Radio and at The Roundhouse.

Despite his burgeoning success, hard-working Loko remains dedicated to honing his craft.

“For now I’m focusing on really improving my production quality and growing the catalogue of tracks to be potentially released worldwide. It’s all about the tunes!”

Getting your music signed, released, and earning money from it through our own in-house label Point Blank Music is just one of the many reasons to study with us, and it’s another way we help to connect our students directly to the industry.

Throughout the duration of the course and after completion, students that sign their tracks to Point Blank Music enjoy 100% digital distribution coverage including Beatport, Juno Download, Amazon, iTunes and Spotify and extensive promotion through Point Blank’s social media, marketing and database networks. Point Blank Music releases music exclusively from our students, and showcases all of the best talent that we’re constantly developing and nurturing.

We’ll also send your tracks to the world’s top DJs via our promo system Labelworxs. DJs that have supported Point Blank Music releases include Terry Francis (Fabric), Paco Osuna (Minus), Slam and Magda. If you would like your music to be considered for the label, please submit your track to our A&R team via this submission form.

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Dubspot Interview: Studio Sessions w/ Amtrac

Amtrac visits Dubspot LA in this exclusive interview to demonstrate his creative approach towards music production in Ableton Live while sharing helpful tips for aspiring musicians everywhere.

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Storming the scene since 2008, Amtrac has been on the fast track to superstardom over the years making his mark as a prominent producer, DJ, and musician in the industry. Since the release of his debut LP ‘Came Along’ in 2010, the multi-talented artist has been electrifying dance floors with his expressive DJ sets, an arsenal of edgy house infused original productions and a string of remixes that have garnered the respect among fellow artists and heavyweights around the globe. Extending his passion for music creation, the Kentucky native stopped by Dubspot LA to demonstrate his creative approach to starting a new tune in Ableton Live while sharing production tips for aspiring musicians everywhere.

 


About Amtrac

Amtrac, real name Caleb Cornett, has been pushing his creative limits as a producer, DJ, musician, and sometimes-vocalist since 2008. The multi-talented artist can electrify an audience, be it with a moving live music performance or by working dancefloors up to a sweat with his driving yet funk-filled DJ sets – it’s his mantra to be as diverse a DJ as possible, to connect with the crowd and to keep them moving at all costs.

Raised in Morehead, Kentucky on a diet of deep cuts by Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin, Caleb was lured to the dance realm by crossover acts such as The Prodigy and Chemical Brothers. Both sets of influences show on his debut LP, Came Along (2010), a 13-track adventure awash in post-punk influences and indie dance charm. From there, he branched out even further with Hey There Kiddo (2012), an all-sample opus with deep disco roots inspired by one of his favorite albums of all time, Since I Met You by The Avalanches; and The Scheme EP (2012) explores underground deep house vibes with dark, funky rhythms. Most recently he released his single “Those Days” featuring a Stevie Wonder vocal on legendary UK dance label Toolroom Records.

But as impressive as his original works may be, one can’t discuss Cornett’s body of work without mentioning what may well be the calling card of his career: the remix. An Amtrac remix has become a coveted commodity in today’s music business – from majors like Interscope, Warner Bros, Def Jam, and Sony to tastemaker labels like Fools Gold, Kitsune, Defected, and Ministry of Sound. He has worked with a host of popular artists as well including Ellie Goulding, Alesso, Elliphant, Axwell, Ingrosso, Two Door Cinema Club, and Kaskade, who have all requested the Amtrac treatment, and each time he’s delivered (and then some).

Never content to settle, Amtrac’s musical mood and influences change with each passing season. His ambition and curiosity keep him locked on the edge, always happy to experiment with new techniques and sounds. His music is what he feels in the moment. Simply put, his constant evolution comes from a hatred of boredom and a love for his labor. It’s just not in his nature to stagnate.

Connect with Amtrac on Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | Website

 

Lost in Motion from Amtrac is available now on Super Music Group.

 


Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program

At Dubspot our world-class instructors provide the most complete and cutting-edge Ableton Live learning experience. The Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program is the flagship of our music training. After completing this program, you will leave with a portfolio of original tracks, a remix entered in an active contest, a scored commercial to widen your scope, and the Dubspot Producer’s Certificate in Ableton Live.

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About This Program

This program is about learning Ableton Live by going through the entire process of being an artist, by developing your own sound through a series of sketches and experimentation. You will also learn the ins and outs of this powerful software through a series of exercises designed to help you master the steps involved in producing your own music. After a level of getting familiar with the tools that Ableton has to offer, you will then develop your sonic ideas into full-length tracks. You will be exposed to a variety of approaches to arrangement and composition, storytelling techniques, ways of creating tension and drama in your music. At the end of the day, it is the sum total of your choices as an artist that define your sound, and levels 2 – 6 will give you the experience of actually completing tracks to add to your portfolio.

What’s Included

  • Ableton Live Level 1: Beats, Sketches, and Ideas
  • Ableton Live Level 2: Analyze, Deconstruct, Recompose, and Assemble
  • Ableton Live Level 3: Synthesis and Original Sound Creation
  • Ableton Live Level 4: Advanced Sound Creation
  • Ableton Live Level 5: Advanced Effect Processing
  • Ableton Live Level 6: Going Global with your Music

Additional Information

Visit the Ableton Live course page for detailed information on this program here.

If you have questions, please call 877.DUBSPOT or send us a message.

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Logic Pro X Tutorial – Making a Track Part 3: Finalising Your Track

There are no one-size-fits-all solutions to what to do with your master buss. In fact, some producers and engineers make sure there’s nothing on it at all. If you do decide to EQ and limit your track’s master, there are a few Do’s and Don’ts that can lead to a louder, cleaner and better sound. In the third part of our Making a Track in Logic Pro X tutorial, producer and engineer Rob Rox (Banks, Munk) looks at some techniques when finalising your track. Watch it above and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for more free tutorials and live events.

munk-photo-2In this new tutorial, Rob Rox (Munk [pictured], Banks) looks at finalising your track in Logic Pro X

If you want to learn more Logic techniques, our online Music Production Master Diploma course dives much deeper into Apple’s popular software. Taken for up to 64 weeks and from anywhere in the world, the Diploma covers everything from mixing, mastering and sound design to music business and composition. Find out more about this course here.

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Learn Ableton Live at Dubspot LA w/ Ryan Crosby

Join distinguished producer, singer/songwriter, and guitarist Ryan Crosby to learn the art of music production and live performance at the new Dubspot LA location in Hollywood, CA starting June 13th. Learn how to create, record, produce, and even perform music with the industry’s leading software, Ableton Live. Enroll today, only a few seats available!

Ryan Crosby

Ryan Crosby is taking his experience and knowledge as a successful producer, singer/songwriter, and guitarist to the classroom as one of Dubspot’s resident Ableton Live instructors at the beautiful new Dubspot LA location in Hollywood CA located amidst California’s creative epicenter.

Ryan has worked with a lot of talented people over the years in the pursuit of producing, writing, and contributing to amazing music. His expertise in the Rock, Electronic, Pop, and Hip-Hop genres have created a unique diversity that allows him to work well on a variety of projects in different fields. He has performed on records with Kurupt, Tupac, George Clinton, Snoop Dogg, Myka Nyne, Abstract Rude, C-Bo, Aceyalone, Dr. Oop, Aftermath’s Slimm, The Mobster, Fat Joe, and many others. In addition to self-releasing several original albums as an artist, Ryan has also collaborated with top stars in the industry and has award winning music featured in many national commercials, TV shows, and films.

Join Ryan for our upcoming Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program starting Monday, June 13th and take your music production and live performance skills to the next level by learning valuable techniques that will help launch your career as a musician. Discover the linear and improvisational styles of producing electronic music as we help you master the software’s innovative interface while guiding you through the artistic journey of discovering your sound and developing it into a unique body of work. Learn more about this comprehensive program.

“The Ableton Curriculum at Dubspot gets to the heart of the DAW that has been front and center of the creative explosion in the LA beat community for the past decade. We will explore how flexible Ableton is within all modern electronic genres, as well as discover cutting edge techniques that will be used to create future music.” – Ryan Crosby

 


About Ryan Crosby

Ryan Crosby is an L.A.-based producer, artist, session musician, and Ableton Instructor at Dubspot Los Angeles. He divides his time producing pop, rock, urban, and electronic music as well as singing, playing guitar, and composing for TV, commercials and film. He also records vocals for electronic artists under the name PRYVT RYN, recently featured on the song “Forget You” by the artist Years, and currently performs solo shows in Los Angeles and with his group Crystal Twin.

“You have to constantly evolve and tap into your creative potential. The modern electronic musician must know the tools they use, and also be open to new concepts and ideas they never believed possible.”

Ryan has played guitar, produced or appeared on records with the following artists: King Fantastic, Kurupt, Tupac, Boehm, Markus Schulz, Mya, Ferry Corston, Kenny Segal and Team Supreme, George Clinton, Snoop Dogg, Anthony Hamilton, Sy Smith, Myka Nyne, Abstract Rude, P.E.A.C.E., Project Blowed, Fat Joe, Freeway, Raekwon, C-Bo, Sergey Lazarev, T-Killah, Lucien Dante Pistol and Pints, Latham Bowman, Chikk, Danni Rouge, Kid Whiskey, Attached By Wires, VAST, and others.

Ryan has appeared as a musician/vocalist on TV ads for such brands as Target, Cadillac, KFC, Xfinity, Dell, Ford, Dasani, Leapfrog, Toyota, Acura, Kashi, Tidy Cat, and many others. He also composed the theme song to Impractical Jokers alongside regular collaborator Kenny Segal. His group, The Mansion Boys, placed three original songs on The Jersey Shore, which spawned the success of the song “Go Out Tonight” and placements on numerous MTV shows.

In the film world, he composed numerous songs on “Never Look Back 2”; had four songs on “Fuel”, Sundance 2008 Festival winner; was a composer on the film “Gang Of Roses”; and played guitar for 2014’s “Stage Fright”, a horror film about a guitar-playing theater camp murderer. Ryan (along with Kenny Segal) won “Best Original Song” at the 2009 AVN awards for the song “Please” from Dark City.

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Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program

At Dubspot our world-class instructors provide the most complete and cutting-edge Ableton Live learning experience. The Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program is the flagship of our music training. After completing this program, you will leave with a portfolio of original tracks, a remix entered in an active contest, a scored commercial to widen your scope, and the Dubspot Producer’s Certificate in Ableton Live.

Click here to view the embedded video.

About This Program

This program is about learning Ableton Live by going through the entire process of being an artist, by developing your own sound through a series of sketches and experimentation. You will also learn the ins and outs of this powerful software through a series of exercises designed to help you master the steps involved in producing your own music. After a level of getting familiar with the tools that Ableton has to offer, you will then develop your sonic ideas into full-length tracks. You will be exposed to a variety of approaches to arrangement and composition, storytelling techniques, ways of creating tension and drama in your music. At the end of the day, it is the sum total of your choices as an artist that define your sound, and levels 2 – 6 will give you the experience of actually completing tracks to add to your portfolio.

What’s Included

  • Ableton Live Level 1: Beats, Sketches, and Ideas
  • Ableton Live Level 2: Analyze, Deconstruct, Recompose, and Assemble
  • Ableton Live Level 3: Synthesis and Original Sound Creation
  • Ableton Live Level 4: Advanced Sound Creation
  • Ableton Live Level 5: Advanced Effect Processing
  • Ableton Live Level 6: Going Global with your Music

Additional Information

Visit the Ableton Live course page for detailed information on this program here.

If you have questions, please call 877.DUBSPOT or send us a message.

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Point Blank on Pioneer DJ Radio: DJ Apollo

One of the many reasons to learn the craft of DJing at Point Blank is that you get the chance to have your mixes played exclusively on Pioneer DJ Radio alongside the likes of top artists like Slam, Sante and Eats Everything. We get a real kick out of showcasing our students’ talent and seeing it reach an audience of thousands each week. What’s more, because PDJR also features shows from some of the biggest and best labels out there including Cadenza, Get Physical and Defected, you never know who might be listening.

PB DJPoint Blank’s brand new DJ Studio in our second London facility is sponsored by Pioneer DJ and features all of the latest top-of-the-range kit – including CDJ2000nxs, DJM2000nxs and the DDJ-SX controller

This week it’s the turn of Slovakia’s DJ Apollo to step up with a no-nonsense house and techno workout. Starting out as a DJ in 2003, Nebojša Janković – his real name –  has become known as a fierce champion of club music. Alongside acclaimed Slovak DJ Pero Fullhouse, in his promoter guise Nebojša has been responsible for bringing some of the world’s biggest DJs to Slovakia and Croatia. However, it’s his DJ skills behind the decks that we’re focusing on here, and in 2015 Nebojša travelled to London to study the Weekend DJ Course at Point Blank – an experience he valued highly. “I found [the course] a new source of inspiration,” he explains. “And it complimented my music skills.” Get to grips with his Pioneer DJ Radio Mix below and check out his website here.

Feeling inspired? You can find out more about our DJ courses in London here, or, alternatively, you can speak to a course advisor. You can give us a call on 0207 729 4884. If you’re calling from outside of the UK, call +44 20 7729 4884. And remember, If you’re studying with us and want to join Dj Apollo in getting your DJ mix played on Point Blank’s show on Pioneer DJ Radio, get in touch with Louise at Point Blank.

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Student Opportunities: Graveny School are Looking for a Music and Sound Technician

We strive to give our students and alumni unique opportunities to get involved within the music industry. These come exclusively from our extensive network of industry contacts, and can range from DJ performance to internships and paid roles too. Scroll down to see what’s popping this week, and for those that want to access many more ongoing opportunities like this, you can find out all about our courses right here! Please remember – all of the opportunities detailed below are for PB students and alumni only.

Graveny School Music Department Are Looking for a Music and Sound Technician

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A secondary school in South London (Tooting/Streatham) are looking for a Music and Sound Technician. This is a one year graduate placement beginning in September, and is a paid role.

Main tasks and responsibilities include:

• Managing the music technology facilities in the music department
• Supporting KS3 lessons through technical support as well as working with pupils on lesson tasks
• Supporting KS4 and 5 composition lessons
• Dealing with problems occurring from the day to day running of the music technology facilities
• To record and collate GCSE / A Level performances and compositions ready for submission
• Recording and mixing of all concerts (performance occasions average more than one every fortnight and these recordings are frequently used for submission for public exams)
• To produce a CD of performance highlights throughout the year to sell to pupils and parents
• To aid students in the use of amplification and recording equipment (including supporting KS4 and 5 performing lessons)
• To set up sound equipment for assemblies, presentation evenings etc. as appropriate
• Supervision of all technical equipment – amplifiers, microphones, leads, extensions
• To take part in ensembles and support music staff in extracurricular activities
• To attend a number of residential and day trips throughout the year
• To work as a team member in enhancing the music education of Graveney pupils

There is an opportunity for a suitable candidate to take on extra paid work teaching music theory classes if they are interested in doing so. Additionally, there’s scope for the music and sound technician to develop other projects and initiatives. Previous technicians have set up sound recording clubs, developed the music archives, been responsible for social media and pioneered a music festival

Terms and Conditions

• Term Time Working: 39 weeks
• Remuneration: To be confirmed
• Hours: As directed by the Music Department
• Duration: September – July

Those interested in applying should send a CV and cover letter to louise@pointblanklondon.com.

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