In this chapter
|9.1||Recording MIDI clips|
|9.2||MIDI overdub recording|
|9.3||Freezing and converting MIDI clips into audio clips|
|9.4||Recording audio clips|
|9.5||Exporting and printing|
Having a wide variety of DAW choices in my studio, I always find myself starting EVERYTHING in Ableton Live 8 first. The ability to use VST & AU plugs is a huge plus for me. I can then change tempo, pitch, harmonics, slice my audio to MIDI, freeze tracks and get real crazy with the new warping features. As a remixer Live 8 makes life so much easier for me.
Mike Acosta aka DJ Michael Trance, Remixer, & Sound Designer
After all of this talk about clips, you probably want to know how to record ...