Learning Ableton Live’s Device Series | Part One
Learning Ableton Live’s device series is going to make you a better producer. If you’re serious about production, carve some time out of your day to watch my latest tutorial below! I haven’t decided how I’m going to break up the series just yet, but this segment will cover the three devices you need to know: EQ Three | EQ Eight | Auto Filter.
Ableton Live’s Device Series Part One: EQ Three | EQ Eight | Auto Filter
EQ is a very important part of audio production. It is what gives you the capability to sculpt sounds, and create a cohesive and well balanced mix. The Auto Filter can be used for Equalization, but is generally used more for creating interesting movements and effects in your music.
I also have attached an article below on equalization. The articles covers the low mid range frequencies for mixing purposes. This a very problematic area in equalization since many sounds tend to overlap in that area of the frequency spectrum.
I hope this video helped. If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below!
Resident Advisor: Understanding the low mid range
Part 2 | Part 3
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