In Vol.2 of Music and Sounds, I’m giving away is a fun little Ableton Live Pack that uses a single drum loop created using the Atmos Drum Rack that I gave away last month, but instead of making drums with it, I tried to be as geeky as possible, and actually created three different keyboard instruments from this drum loop. An 80’s Casio type synth, a Drawbar Organ and a Lush sounding Band-Pass Atmospheric Pad.
“WHAT???!!!” I hear the music nerds cry out in awe and excitement!
“UMMMM??? I have no idea what the hell you are talking about” I hear everyone else mumble…..
Think of it this way, it’s like a magic trick, where I pull a rabbit out of a hat, but the rabbit is actually a drum loop and the hat is the keyboard sound… actually, no, hang on…. It’s more like the rabbit goes into the hat, and then is pulled out as three different doves, that then all fly off in different directions.
Maybe just have a listen to this little audio demo, and all that will make a bit more sense.
So…if you run Ableton Live 8 or above, download the Winterpark’s Music & Sounds Vol.2 Ableton Live Pack to check out these magical doves… I mean instruments.
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3 thoughts on “Music and Sounds Vol.2”
Hello. I’ve just installed this. The install went without complaint, but I can’t find anything having to do with it after the install. What should I see? Where should I look?
Because it’s not an ‘official’ pack, it will not install directly into the live 9 library the way the ones from ableton.com do.
Once you have installed the Live Pack, you have to locate and open the Live set that it created. Then you save the instruments you want to keep in your User Library.
let me know if you have any other issues.
I ran ‘find’ in Terminal, which did indeed find the project. In Bug Reports under ~/Library/Application Support/Ableton
I wonder if that’s just a harmless flaw in the install, or if it’s there for a reason. I did also notice that Ableton was grabbing a lot of CPU after the install, ~20%.