Ableton Basics - Part Five: MIDI Outputs and Clock Sync

Our previous installment looked at how to get your MIDI controller mapped to Ableton. Now, we're taking a look at how to get the signals coming from Ableton Live synced up with your controller.

It's a lot less complicated than it sounds.

Hopefully, seeing how easily you can perform multi-layered compositions live with Ableton will back up our claim that Gerhard Behles - CEO and co-founder of the firm - is one of the true game-changers in today's world of music production.

If you simply want to make music now without a years-long learning curve, the simple combo of Ableton Live, a controller and maybe a plugin or two is one of the best ways to do it.

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