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This tutorial is a introduction to midi drum programing using Ableton Live and Drum Racks. To start off we will be making a basic 1 bar drum loop, and then quickly expand the basic drum loop to dynamic 32 bar drum pattern.
The first thing we need to do is open Ableton Live and load a drumrack into a midi track.
To load a drum rack Open the live browser, select the live devices, open the instrument folder, open the drum racks folder, open the kit folder, and select a drum kit.
This is an Ableton Live Sampler rack loaded with multiple samples from when I used to own a Dave Smith Instruments Mopho, I sampled the hell out of it with Ableton Live but unfortunately I lost the hard drive with most of the Ableton Live Sampler samples. This Freebie is one of the few Ableton Live samplers I have left from that amazing synthesizer. The Dave Smith Mopho samples are loaded into an Ableton Live Sampler instrument.. Enjoy!
Dave Smith Instruments Mopho
This Ableton Live Sampler contains samples from the DSI Mopho which is a pretty amazing desktop synth for studio production. I sold the mopho because the original mopho had encoders instead of pots. The encoders did not work well for live performance and that was the primary reason I purchased the synthesizer. So my plan was to sample the synth and create a bunch of Ableton Live Sampler racks. My plan worked pretty darn well until loosing all my Ableton Live Sampler samples. That being said after I sold the mopho a soon regretted it. Even though the synth would not work out for me in a live performance situation, in the studio I missed the phat sub and flexibility of sound. The built sequencer was pretty awesome and it synced up pretty well with Ableton Live. Before selling the synth a spent some time sampling all my presets and the raw sounds but as mentioned earlier, I lost most of the samples. So I highly recommend getting squared away with an online back up solution. Personally I use Copy.com . Which offers 20 gigs free and will auto sync with multiple computers. you can also get 1TB for $10 a month, which is what I use. All of my files are auto backed up plus I can easily share the files with other people. Another reason I use copy is because you can create aliases of your files and place the aliases into your copy folder. Copy will then follow the path and back up the files. This set up is great for multiple drives and enables you to not have to tell Ableton Live where all your samples went.
Moral of the story don’t sell your synths and back up all your files.
Enjoy the Mopho Ableton Live Sampler Instruments.
I hosted a clinic at Musicmakers Austin a while back and they had a pretty sweet Memory Moog in the store. So I did what any self respecting producer would do.. I sampled it! Of course I am going to share, feel free to download this Free Memory Moog Ableton Live Simpler Pack. Download Free Memory Moog Simpler
I have noticed a good number of my Ableton Students do not realize that they are missing some amazing content that is included with their Ableton Live Purchase. This content is called Ableton Packs. To get you packs go the https://www.ableton.com/ .
Be sure to Log in to your Account, and the click “Your Packs” which you can get to from the “your account” drop down menu,
or by clicking the Packs link and selecting “Your Packs” from the first drop down menu. What Live Packs you can download will depend on what version of Ableton Live you purchased.
I hope this help some new users get what they paid for