Sound Design, Mixing and Mastering with Ableton Live

Sound Design, Mixing and Mastering with Ableton Live

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By (author) Jake Perrine

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  • Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
  • Format: Mixed media product | 158 pages
  • Dimensions: 216mm x 280mm x 16mm | 522g
  • Publication date: 9 May 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Milwaukee
  • ISBN 10: 1458400379
  • ISBN 13: 9781458400376
  • Illustrations note: Illustrations throughout
  • Sales rank: 153,864

Product description

Go beyond the basics of Ableton Live 8 with this book of audio making and mangling recipes, tips, and mixing/mastering techniques. Ableton Live is undoubtedly the most flexible audio application available today: Use it for sound design for music, film, theater, and games; composition; improvising with other musicians; live looping; DJing; and, of course mixing and mastering music. Author, mastering engineer, certified Ableton trainer, and power-user Jake Perrine will inspire you to use Live in new ways, and to improve how you already use it. Striking a delicate balance of artistry and theory, he will expand your repertoire for both the studio and the stage. From inspiring recipes for sculpting audio magic and mayhem, to in-depth discussions of mixing and mastering that you would expect to learn in an audio production school, this book is designed to help you "out of your box" into a larger world. It will deepen, enliven, inspire, and improve and your tracks, audio, and performance skills with Ableton Live 8.

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JAKE PERRINE began making bloops and bleeps with computers on an Apple II+ when he was 12. He has been an audio engineer for RealNetworks and a mastering engineer at RFI/CD, and has taught professional audio production for over a decade at the Art Institute of Seattle. He has written and directed a rock opera entitled Vamp, releases his own solo electronic music under the name Spire, and is one half of the electropop duo Bloom.