Production tips by astrofunk: Layering Multiple Samples Per Pad In Ableton Live’s Drum Racks.
If you are familiar with Live you have more then likely used the drum racks for your percussion. I recently found that you can layer multiple samples per pad or even multiple instruments (creating an instrument rack inside of one pad), which can be a very powerful and effective tool to create more interesting and unique percussion sounds in your songs.This is a basic overview of the things you can do (the sky is really limit with this feature). If you have any questions please feel free to leave a comment below. Enjoy the tutorial!
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