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How To Use The Metronome In Ableton (Complete Guide)

Ableton Live’s metronome is the icon with the two dots located at the top bar of your project window. Clicking the two dots and turning them yellow will enable the metronome. Its speed can be adjusted by changing the master tempo of the project. What You Need To Know About Ableton’s Metronome Tool Ableton’s metronome …

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How To Export Stems In FL Studio (Step-By-Step Guide)

To export stems in FL Studio, select the track you wish to export and click on the File menu at the top of the screen. Then select Export. Stems are usually one single instrument in a song as opposed to the entire song itself. Exporting Stems In FL Studio Engineer: “Can you send over the …

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How to Change Tempo in Pro Tools (5 Easy Ways)

Locate the menu at the top left of your screen containing ‘markers’, ‘meter’, and ‘tempo’. Look to the right of ‘tempo’; you will see a small red arrow next to a number. Double click this red icon and input a new BPM. Once you click, apply, you will have a new tempo. Changing The Tempo …

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How to use FL Studio Ghost Notes (Step-By-Step Guide)

Ghost Notes in FL Studio are simply “ghosted” or less visible notes in the Piano Roll. They enable you to see multiple MIDI notes across instruments when working in one pattern. FL Studio Ghost Notes help you speed up your music production process by providing a complete look at all of the notes for a …

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How To Program Drums In Studio One (Simple Guide)

In Studio One, there are two ways to program drums – either by manually writing notes with your mouse or through an external MIDI controller like a MIDI keyboard, drum pad, or an electronic drum kit.  Programming Drums In Studio One Programing drums is an essential skill for any producer, but even more so for …

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Is FL Studio Worth It? (Pros & Cons)

FL Studio is up there with the very best DAWs you can purchase in today’s market. It features a wide variety of functionality that allows users to lay down and expand upon their creative ideas quickly. In-depth customization also allows FL Studio to be configured just to your liking, making it amazingly versatile for everyone’s …

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How To Stream Ableton On Twitch (Step-By-Step Guide)

How do I stream Ableton Live on Twitch To stream your music live on Twitch from Ableton Live, use software such as OBS (Open Broadcasting System), route the audio from Ableton to it, and stream. You can also share your computer screen or video from an external video camera connected to your computer.  Whether you …

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How To Use Melodyne In Studio One (Beginners Guide)

Quick Answer The easiest way to use Melodyne in Studio One is by selecting an audio event you want to edit and press Ctrl+M. Alternatively, you can right-click on the audio event, go to “Audio,” and under “Audio Processing,” and select “Edit with Melodyne.” How To Use Melodyne In Studio One – In Detail We’ve …

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How To Resample In Ableton Live (Simple Guide)

How do I resample in Ableton Live? Select the MIDI or audio track you want to resample, freeze, and flatten it in the Arrangement View. Create a new audio track. Select ‘Resampling’ from the drop-down menu under ‘input’ of the track. Arm the track. Select the channel you want to resample and, ‘solo’ it. This …

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Why Studio One Clipping Has Occurred (Plus Quick Fix)

Why Studio One Clipping Has Occurred  Wondering why Studio One clipping has occurred when exporting your final mixes? You should consider two things – gain staging and transient control. Mastering these two things alone will make clipping a thing of the past. Do you struggle with getting your mixes not to clip? Although the overall …

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How To Do A Studio One Fade Out (Various Methods)

Applying fadeouts in Studio One can be done in two ways – either by moving the blue triangle at the top right corner on your audio track to the left or by automating the volume fader. Learning how to apply the fadeout effect in your productions properly is a big deal.  It may seem like …

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How To Randomize Velocity In FL Studio (3 Simple Steps)

To randomize the velocity of notes within FL Studio, you’ll want to open the desired midi pattern in the piano roll. Then press ALT+R to open the randomizer tool. Within the randomizer window, disable the top ‘pattern’ section. Then tweak the velocity parameter level to randomize the velocity of the individual notes in the selected …

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