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Ableton Live 8 and Suite 8: Create, Produce, Perform par [Robinson, Keith, Singletary, Huston]
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Learn how to create, produce and perform a whole new way; prepare to unlock the power of Live. This book shows, if you get it right, exactly what Ableton Live can deliver.

Engineered to follow Lives non linear music environment the book looks and feels like the program, its unique format utilizes the terms and creative features of Live- tabs, keys, pointers, and labels to learn the littlest things that make the biggest difference.

Packed with professional testimonials, concepts, definitions, hundred of tips and tricks and hidden features the book covers the software's nuts and bolts and creative technique to create, produce, perform and make music on the fly.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 6967 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 408 pages
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  • Editeur : Focal Press; Édition : 1 (2 mai 2013)
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  • ASIN: B009E36ANA
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 More of a Manual than a Guide 3 novembre 2012
Par Robert Snyder - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
One of my biggest complaints in the several years that I've been learning Ableton is that there are far too many relatively beginnerish guides out there, and not enough direction on truly finding your own style, workflow, and inspiration. This book is the former. If you are coming at Ableton for the first time and want to understand the terminology and how it differs from other DAWs, this is a solid place to start. If you are an intermediate user looking toget more accustomed to Live's environment as an instrument, I'd skip this one.

I fully acknowledge that it's much easier to explain the concepts of session view/arrangement view than it is to get someone truly thinking musically, and I don't necessarily fault the author for writing a book that is above the pack. I also acknowledge that some lucky users sit down in Live and find it to be a very intuitive, simple workflow in very short order, and that I am not one of these. I have purchased several books, this one included, that claim to be different from the rest, but are very much the same. If anyone has encountered something that differs from the pack, please let me know.

Happy creating!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 A Disappointing Ableton Live 8 Guide 6 février 2010
Par Johannes Koldschlaabs - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This title is not a particularly good guide to Ableton Live. It was the first one published to cover version 8 of the software, so I pre-ordered it. Boy was that a mistake. I should have waited for the "Ableton Live 8 Power!" book instead.

I find that when I turn to the book to help me figure out a specific piece of functionality or solve a specific problem it is no help. Point number one, and this is VERY IMPORTANT: This book's index is only SIX pages long, while the index for "Ableton Live 8 Power!" is TWENTY FIVE PAGES LONG!!! (Use Amazon's "Look Inside" feature for each book and see for yourself.) Think of that. When you go to look up a specific topic in the index of this book you are four times less likely to find that topic listed. This has bitten me in the a** more times than I can count. I have been keeping the book on my desktop as I use Ableton and again and again find that the book does not have an entry for the function I am trying to use, or when it does the explanation is not fleshed out. Often I finish a chapter and am left scratching my head because the concepts weren't fully explained yet the chapter is already over.

The author spends more time rambling on without detail than he does intricately explaining the functions of the software. Even for the absolute beginner this is a waste of time. I would recommend "Ableton Live 8 Power!" I am ordering my copy today and selling this other book on the used market. Any takers?
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Some good info but annoying writing style 4 mars 2010
Par Patrick - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is difficult to read. The author tends to ramble a lot and to spend more time explaining how great Live is (often in very vague language) without actually explaining how to use it. A few paragraphs in the introduction to get people excited about it would have been fine, but a good portion of every single chapter it seems wastes time rambling on about how amazing Live is. Since I've obviously taken the time to read a book on it, do I really need to be told that, over and over and over? Can't I just try it out and make a decision on my own?

The author obviously understands Live well and is a devoted and enthusiastic user, but this book badly needs an editor to cut away the fluff and keep him focused on explaining how to make music, rather than how Live is so much better than other production software and is going to "synergize your paradigms in a revolution" or some such.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Certainly worth the price 18 mai 2010
Par T. Garrity-knipping - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This product is probably the best book for beginners shortly before/after purchasing the program. As I have had the program for quite a while I found it a bit frustrating ploughing through the first few chapters to find small bits of usefull info amongst the very basics. Definately worth it for all the bits of gold thats been brought to my attention. Its great now Im a few chapters through (11 of 18) and now learning so much hence the 4 star rating. Im reading away from the program at work ect... and putting in book marks then applying it later as I write my songs. Effective to be learning when I cant be at my home studio and then when I have the time I can go directly to the concept I need to learn and apply practically.

Its possible I think to learn a lot from printing the PDF manual, although the commentary and writing format from the author makes it a far more readable. At times Keith can be guilty of dribbling crap about how good live 8 is (we know it we bought the program and the book didnt we?) He certainly points out some usefull concepts in live and makes it easy.

Bottom line is If your a beginner this is the BOMB. If you are intermediate or advanced, you will learn some new things and some better ways of doing things but u will read through a lot you already know but hey.. Its cheap and if your a patient reader worth the price. This is simply a good book to get your head around Ableton live 8 and not a book about mixing or musical concepts. FK`N 4 stars
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Resource For All Things Live 1 mars 2011
Par Mike D - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is an unorthodox approach to learning a Digital Audio Workstation program. The book is intentionally designed for the reader to be able to jump around to different parts of the book, without having to worry if you miss a lesson that might be crucial to learning things later in the book. The authors tried to make it seem like it is merely an extension of Ableton Live/Suite itself, by using Live's terminology in the book. For example, chapters are called "scenes", and individual lessons are called "clips". I have only been reading this book for a few hours, but I feel like my knowledge of how Ableton works has increased ten-fold. The book is well-written and doesn't use technical jargon that will confuse you. If it does delve into a topic that may be beyond the scope of the average user, it does a pretty good job to at least provide a basic understanding of the concept, and will occasionally point you to an online resource to get more information on it.
I would say that this book is a must have resource for the live user. It is useful for Composers, Producers, and Live Performers. If you own Ableton Live/Suite 8, you should probably own this book too.
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