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This Podcast is for anyone who is interested in Ableton Live. Whether you’re a pro or just getting started, there’s something for all. I talk to lots of different Ableton user’s who I think are using the program in a cool unique way. Don’t worry if you’re not a pro, we’re all finding our way together. My goal is that each episode helps each one of us discover new things about Ableton, and inspire us to continue creating our best work yet! -Kevin Swartwood, Host
 
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In this episode, Dylan (ill Gates) shares insights about sound design, music production workflows, sampling techniques, his favorite features in Live 11, and fun stories including how he sold farts and animal noises to Microsoft. Ill Gates has a long history as an educator, producer, and DJ. He's toured around the globe, performing sets at major fe…
 
Thomas Glendinning aka ELPHNT, is an Ableton Certified Trainer from South Africa who knows Ableton inside and out. I first had Tom on the show on episode 3, so it’s a real pleasure to have him back. Thomas and I take a deep dive and look at all the new features of Ableton 11. Check out his YouTube channel where he has tons of great tips and a wicke…
 
A real pleasure to finally have Frederic on the show. It’s been months of planning, and we finally did it! We talk about Fred’s career in the Drum n Bass scene, sound installations, max for live, and using real instruments while playing live. https://twitter.com/Robinson_Music https://www.instagram.com/mrfredrob/ https://www.facebook.com/fredericro…
 
In this episode, Rossteaux and Dan talk about their process behind running CitySound Indy, a virtual music festival with 19 artists using next-gen software. CitySound Indy is an online music festival on New Years Eve with 2 stages hosting some of Indy’s more recognized electronic music producers and DJ’s. With 19 local acts performing on two virtua…
 
In this episode, Dan interviews Tani, an indie artist who makes music under the name Legwurk, and a member of the indie-pop band Still Woozy. Listen as Tani shares her songwriting process, what she's doing to replace a canceled world tour, and her experience as a transfeminine creative. Tani first began emerging into the indie-pop world as the keyb…
 
In this episode, lighting programmer & music producer Ross Phillips shares his experiences building virtual environments for live streaming, designing shows for major artists, predictions about the future of live music, and more. Ross produces underground-house music as Rossteaux, and has programmed lasers for major events including Burning Man, th…
 
In this episode, one of the lead developers for MIDI 2.0 (Brett Porter) and the "Godfather of Controllerism" (Matt Moldover) discuss the future of MIDI 2.0 as it relates to music production, why it took so long to develop, new MIDI controller capabilities/ connectivity, and more. Brett Porter is a lead developer for MIDI 2.0. In the summer of 2018,…
 
In this episode, AJ Ramirez shares his experiences managing an audio/ visual studio in LA, programming cutting-edge performances for theater, and doing live playback for major touring artists. AJ is a Los Angeles based producer, engineer, musician, and show programmer. He’s worked with major artists including Arianna Grande, Reggie Watts, Harry Sty…
 
In this episode, Derek VanScoten shares his guitar production process from studio to stage, advice for collaborating with other artists, effects processing with plugins and Ableton Live devices, and more. Derek is a guitarist, Ableton Certified Trainer, and Emmy-winning music composer. He produces music and performs under the name Cloudchord. Follo…
 
In this episode, Deborah Fairchild shares different platforms and essential tips for managing song data & artist files. She is the President of VEVA Sound, the world's leading company that specializes in creating products and solutions for producers, engineers, and record labels to manage tracks and other content. Deborah advises many label executi…
 
In this episode, Sanjay and Dan review some of their favorite affordable studio gear and software. Sanjay is a singer, songwriter, and EDM/ Soul producer from Washington D.C.. He's grown a following on YouTube teaching music production, and reviews the latest music gear and software for major companies. He also releases a variety of sample packs, a…
 
In this episode, I (Dan Giffin) share mixing tips in Ableton Live using the "PERCS" - Panning, EQ, Reverb, Compression, & Saturation. If you're newer to mixing, or have some experience, this episode will give you tips and tricks using Ableton Live's devices, gaining a solid foundation to improve the quality of your tracks. DOWNLOAD MIXING CHEAT SHE…
 
In this episode, Ableton Certified Trainer and Founder of Beat Lab Academy - Yeuda Ben-Atar discusses a variety of topics including the future of music tech, how artists can stay inspired these days, potential career paths for independent producers, and more. Yeuda Ben-Atar is an Ableton Certified Trainer, Founder of the Los Angeles music school Be…
 
In this episode I will go into 3 aspects of your music making career. These are "The Work", "The Business" & "The Busy". Whne you know how to categorize the actions you are taking or considering taking, you can save yourself a LOT of time & energy that is usually wasted. Enjoy!Door Jason Timothy
 
In this episode, Keeley Bumford shares insights into her music making process and vocal production workflows, favorite plugins, and experience producing for film and TV. Keeley is a singer/ producer under the name Dresage. Based in Los Angeles, her music credits include collaborations with major artists like Big Gigantic, Illenium, Jai Wolf, and ot…
 
In the new podcast episode, Dan and Elliot Callighan discuss the process of producing music for video games. Listen and learn tips for getting involved in the gaming industry, how vegetables can be great for sound design, and the internal process of producing audio for developers. Elliot Callighan is a music producer and the Founder of Unlock Audio…
 
What an honour to get to speak with Kojo Samuel. Kojo got started playing keys with the Sugarbabes, and then from there became musical director for some of the biggest artists out there. Kojo has worked with Stormzy, Jess Glynne, Rudimental, Labrinth, Ella Henderson, Dave, The Pussy Cat Dolls, Plan B, as well as many others. We get a chance to talk…
 
In this episode, Chris Adams (AHEE) shares his approach to creating experimental bass music including sound design, Ableton devices, Serum, and other production methods. Chris is a bass music producer, DJ, and educator from California . His high energetic performances and passion for teaching have led him to playing music festivals across the USA, …
 
Really cool to interview Martin who is a keyboard player, musical director, producer, and playback engineer. Martin and I talk about how he uses Ableton for his keyboard rig, and how he was using Ableton with M83, and Shawn Mendes as a playback engineer. Check out Martin’s band “Aelius” https://backl.ink/142380559 . If you haven’t already please fo…
 
In this episode, female producer, singer, and educator MariGo shares her workflow in the studio, live streaming setup, her journey as a female in the music industry, and passion for teaching the LGBT / Non-binary community music production. Mari Sullivan is an Ableton Certified Trainer and Seattle/ Los Angeles based artist that produces under the n…
 
In this episode, experimental hip hop producer Bad snacks shares her favorite production tools in the studio, how to plan for success as an artist, the mental side of producing, and more. Bad Snacks is an Los Angeles based YouTuber, producer, performer, and educator. She's had sponsorships from major brands including Moog, while hitting the charts …
 
So cool having Dave White on the podcast. Dave is the playback tech for Ed freaking Sheeran!! We talk about the custom plugin that Ed uses within Ableton to loop everything while he performs. What it’s like to be on a tour that big, and how many people it takes to pull off something that BIG. Check out Dave’s studio www.sunshinecornerstudios.co.uk …
 
In this episode, the CTO of iZotope Jonathan Bailey and Dan discuss the company's philosophy and strategy behind developing audio software and hardware solutions for creatives. Jonathan shares stories behind the products, and how the company uses technology to give users the best possible experience. Jonathan Bailey is Izotope's Chief Technology Of…
 
Today it’s a pleasure to have Hector Hernandez on the show. Hector is an Artist, Producer, and teaches Ableton courses at Point Blank Music School. Hector knows Ableton inside and out! We talk about recording sounds in nature to bring back into Ableton, what it takes to stream with OBS, some of his own 3D plugins, production tips, and building rela…
 
In this episode, Matty Harris shares mixing insights for upcoming producers. Listen as Matty and Dan discuss mixing / mastering workflow, using limiters, loudness guidelines for streaming platforms, sample rate, metering tools, 3rd party plugins, and more. Matty Harris is an award winning Mastering Engineer with credits collaborating with Atlantic …
 
In this episode, Tommy Zee shares his process behind the scenes running a music production house for commercial & film. Listen as Tommy and Dan discuss scoring audio for video, managing expectations as a producer, and how one can get involved in a career working with a music production house. Tommy founded Tommy Zee and Co., a music production comp…
 
It’s a complete honour to interview Laura Escudé. Laura’s an Artist, Musician, Entrepreneur, and so much more. Laura was the first ever Ableton Certified Trainer. She has worked with Kanye West, Bon Iver, Jay Z, Porter Robinson, and many more. Links www.transmuteaccelerator.com “Interested in working with Laura to level up your live show skills? Ch…
 
In this episode, Steve Primo dives deep in sharing specific hardware solutions for live performance, programming visuals & lighting, live streaming, and other tech goodies. Steve is the Founder of Savant Playback, a production team that builds custom hardware and software solutions for touring artists incl uding Bishop Briggs, Pharrell Williams, RE…
 
Hi guys, I just wanted to take a min to tell you about some great deals online from Ableton and Soundtoys. Also in efforts to give you guys a bit more content to consume, I’ve started a Youtube page where I can post studio tours from previous guests, and helpful lessons for anyone interested. So check it out, we’ve got a great studio tour from Josh…
 
In this episode, Kyle Lemaire (aka Circa) shares digital marketing tips and strategies for producers and artists wanting to grow their following. Kyle is an independent soul/blues singer and songwriter and marketing nerd. With over a decade of experience hacking together solutions for small- and medium-business, Kyle has led the charge in discoveri…
 
Josh is a producer, artist, and all around creative. It’s a pleasure to speak to Josh about how he uses Ableton in the studio and Live. Check out www.joshpgale.com , www.singleruin.com , and www.basement58.com . Special thanks to our sponsor “Recording Studio Rockstars” Podcast. Please be safe, and stay inside if possible. Sound Toys are currently …
 
It's a crazy time right now with the COVID-19 virus. As a producer or artist pursuing music full time, I believe now is the best time to invest in your career learning new skills and connecting with the right people online. In this episode I share tips for monetization as an artist through live streaming and merchandising, as well as podcasts and b…
 
Eric Downs is a professional drummer/producer/musical director based in Los Angeles, CA known for his tight, producer-like drumming, extensive technical knowledge, and deep commitment to the emotional impact of the music he works on. Whether playing drums, building and directing live shows, or producing tracks for film and TV, Eric is able to draw …
 
In this episode, Danielle Thwaites and Dan discuss setting up a live performance, favorite gear and plugins, and the music production process. Danielle produces and sings under the artist name Daiza. Her avant-pop sound includes a smooth, hazy, synthetic vibe. She is an Ableton Certified Trainer, and teaches many areas of music production at Beat L…
 
In this episode, J.J. Burred and Dan discuss the development of machine learning in today's music, how it's benefiting producers, and the future of music software with source separation. J.J. Burred is an independent researcher, software developer and musician based in Paris. With a background in machine learning and signal processing, his work aim…
 
Today it’s a complete honour to have Adam Marcello on the show who has played with Katy Perry for more than 10 years. He’s the musical director and knows Ableton inside and out! Today it’s also a pleasure to welcome a wicked sponsor to the show “Recording Studio Rockstars” www.recordingstudiorockstars.com .…
 
In this episode, Sylvia Massy shares her experiences doing adventure recording, her collection of the world's oldest microphones, and deep insights on audio engineering...including how to properly mic a chicken. Sylvia is one of today's leading audio engineers and has worked with artists like Prince, Aerosmith, Tool, Johnny Cash, Red Hot Chili Pepp…
 
In this episode, Yan Zhu (Azuki) shares her experiences hacking software (Including Ableton Live) and her approach to producing and performing music. Yan is the Chief Information Security Officer at Brave Software, reviewer for DEF CON, and was listed as one of the 30 Under 30 in Enterprise Technology by Forbes. Azuki is an up-and-coming DJ/produce…
 
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