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Max For Live: For Musicians

Rishabh Rajan 29 videos 121 minutes

Live 9 Suite now includes Max For Live. This course, designed specifically for musicians, teaches you how to add a new level of creativity to your Rack using the programming power of Max For Live!

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“A good start into M4L. Some ideas could have been nice, what to do with this newly acquired knowledge.”

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“Very helpful and useful course. I absolutely want a sequel (advanced course)! Thank you for this course.”

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Status: Available | Released: Mar 14th, 2013
A big part of the Ableton Live experience is about approaching music in a non-linear way where you can create audio landscapes that are uniquely yours. But what if you could program your own MIDI and audio devices to plug directly into the rack? You can, using Max For Live.

However, just the mentioning of the word "programming" usually is enough to scare the X!%!# out of most musicians.
But, have no fear, because this M4L intro course is designed with you, the musician, in mind.

Rishabh Rajan starts off this course by teaching you Max's unique visual programming language. If you can plug in a guitar or hook up a MIDI/audio interface, then you will learn to program Max
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