Sampling from Drum Loops in Ableton Live
In this week’s production tips l I go over using loops to sample out parts of the audio and use as percussive elements in your own music. Sampling from my loop libraries has become a much bigger part of my production process over the past few months. It has opened a lot more creative doors as well as speed up my workflow so I figured I would share with you how I go about doing it.
There is a link to the song below and a link to my buddy Prower’s Soundcloud who originally got me into this way of working. If you have any questions feel free to shoot me a line. Enjoy!
Prower on Soundcloud:
Karin Park – Shine (astrofunk remix)
Don’t stop now, you’re just getting started. Educate yo’self!
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