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Ableton is the company that produces Ableton Live, the preferred music production software for the SonicTransfer program. Ableton tutorials are available all over SonicTransfer. Veteran electronic music producers have created several Ableton tutorials as part of the SonicTransfer Premium program. Ableton Live is available for PC & Mac OSX.
Ableton Live is a Digital Audio Workstation that features excellent sound, an efficient work-flow, and advanced audio looping features. It is designed by and intended for electronic music producers. For this reason, Ableton Live is the preferred music production software for the SonicTransfer program. It is available for PC & Mac OSX.
Ableton Live Racks are instruments and effects built using Ableton Live. SonicTransfer offers original Ableton Live Racks for you to use. Ableton Live Racks can only be used in Ableton Live version 6 or higher.
Ableton Live Skins allow you to change the colors used by Ableton Live. Different skins can be used to ease long studio sessions and improve visibility during live performances. SonicTransfer released the world's first Ableton Live Skin editor in 2006.
Audio editing is the process of manipulating digital audio. In terms of electronic music production, audio editing refers to adding, removing, or changing an audio signal. On SonicTransfer, audio editing usually refers to using your sequencer or plugins to rearrange existing audio.
The bass (along with the kick drum) provides the low end for a track. It is essential to master how to synthesize, arrange, and mix your bass.
A bassline is a common name for an entire bass arrangement.
Boogex is a free distortion plugin developed by Voxengo.
Compressors are specialized amplifiers designed to reduce the dynamic range of an audio signal. In other words, they reduce the amount of difference between the quietest and loudest parts of a sound. This is useful is a number of situations, and compression is often used in music production.
For example, compression is used to "even out" the volume level of a bass recording in order to increase its consistency. Sometimes, the volume of one audio signal is used to control the levels of a different signal. This is known as side chain compression.
SonicTransfer teaches both simplified and advanced compression techniques using hands-on tutorials.