Part One: Setting Up Your Interface

Setting up an interface to work with Ableton may seem like a piece of cake, but it often isn't – and it's perhaps the most important part of your setup. After all, if you have nothing to record or play back through, how will you get anything done? Check out the first in our Ableton Basics series to learn how to set up your interface.

Part Two: Recording With Your Interface

So you've got your interface set up with Ableton. What's next? The next installment of our Ableton Basics series takes us step-by-step through the simplest way to start recording with this DAW.

Part Three: Warping Audio & Looping Instruments

Now that you’ve got your interface set up and started recording, it’s time to learn some of Ableton’s more exciting tricks. For instance, audio looping capabilities, easy-as-pie transposition feature, and tempo elasticity are all readily available. Just pick a basic beat loop and you’ll be creating your own bass lines, rhythm riffs, and leads for endless jamming possibilities.

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