You read the title… a free webinar hosted by Ableton is happening on February the 3rd 2021. This is gonna be a great, interactive show for both beginners and advanced users of Ableton – aimed at helping you to expand your live performance capabilities.
What, Where, How?
The 90 minute session will be hosted by industry heavyweights:
Joe Clegg – drummer, musical director for Ellie Goulding, Clean Bandit and Mumford & Sons
Adam Marcello – a drummer & musical director for Katy Perry.
From beginner to advanced, you’ll definitely want to block out 90 minutes of your time on the 3rd of February. These lads have some wickedly good knowledge to drop for those of you looking to seriously improve your Ableton Live, live performances.
And if you’re thinking “great another webinar trying to sell me something”.
You’ll be surprised to hear that it’s actually a lot more than that, & won’t try to upsell you to any kind of course. This will be a fully interactive webinar live-streamed from Joe’s studio in the UK.
He’ll demonstrate the software via his hybrid acoustic kit with additional electronic pads, with Adam joining remotely from Dublin, Ireland using his Roland V Drums setup.
The lads will reveal the best ways to get the most out of Ableton Live by sharing their screens as they perform & share their expert tips.
Here’s what you’ll learn about:
- Playing complex programmed drum parts live on drum pads and triggers
- Switching between sounds
- Using automation lanes
- Harnessing the power of Instrument Racks, Drum Racks and Chain Selectors.
These are all incredibly powerful tools in Ableton that not even seasoned users fully understand. Coming to grips with these tools can really push your music out of the box & into new realms.
After the comprehensive tips and insight from two of the leading names in hybrid drumming, the webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.
Joe will also be giving away a free drum sample pack over on his website Dust Palace. And a drum pack coming from a drummer… well you can expect it to be good.
We’ve listed this alongside our other awesome deals over on the audio plugin deals section our website.
He’ll also be using this sample pack to demonstrate how he would personally set Ableton up for a live performance, so it’s worth getting to follow along with the steps.
Seems like a promising webinar to sign up for, & actually looks like you’ll learn something from attending – rather than leaving with a $5995 course that get’s you nowhere.
A lot of the info they’re sharing is often found behind pay walls, so make use of this wicked opportunity.
Here’s that link again: