· One of the best ways to achieve natural groove and vibe in your music is to humanize drums. The following techniques offer some creative ways to add some life into your static drum patterns in Ableton Live. 1. Velocity Variation. Velocity controls how hard or soft a MIDI …
· Humanization is a great way to add life to your programmed MIDI by adding subtle, semi-random variations to your velocity and timing. In this video, I’ll take a look at a quick and easy process for humanizing your MIDI parts in Ableton Live to add natural feeling and groove to your music production.
Learn how to move MIDI notes across the grid to make wonky Dilla-esque rhythms with ease. Aussie-based producer Swindail provides some alternative solutions for introducing that human feel. By utilizing simple features within Live, Swindail takes his music off the grid and into uncharted groovy territory.
Right click and hit "browse library" I think it's called. It'll show you all the stock Ableton grooves. Or you can extract one from a sample with right click -> extract groove. Then play with the settings in the groove pool. To apply the groove, click on the midi track, bottom right corner of Ableton hit the piano roll view.
Based on research from Harvard scientists, Holden has built a Max for Live device which automatically shapes the timing of your audio and MIDI channels, injecting the organic push-pull feel you can only get from human performance.
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Using MIDI CC in Live. Live Versions: 9, 10 Operating System: All What is MIDI CC? MIDI CC stands for Control Change (or sometimes Continuous Control). MIDI CC belongs to the message category called Channel Voice Messages (along with Note On/Off messages, Velocity, Aftertouch, Pitchbend and Program change).. What is MIDI CC used for?
The Ableton Live Arrange window looks like this (you can apply MIDI quantize in both Session and Arrange view in Ableton Live): The first step in quantization is to configure the grid at which Ableton will quantize the MIDI notes previously recorded. 1. On the top menu bar click on: Edit -> Quantize Settings. The following window will appear:
Live exports MIDI files with a resolution of 96 ppq, which means a 16th note can be divided into 24 steps. All MIDI events are shifted to this grid accordingly when exported. Bear this in mind in case you notice that the position of MIDI information like note and controller events have changed when exporting to MIDI …
· Today we’ll look at MIDI quantization in Ableton Live. If you’re unfamiliar, quantization is the method used to remove or reduce the rhythmic errors from your MIDI clips (or any MIDI notes). If you record anything into Ableton using a MIDI keyboard or other controller, there will always be a certain amount of rhythmic imprecision (unless ...
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