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Ableton Music Producer Podcast

Dan Giffin

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Ableton Certified Trainer- Dan Giffin interviews today's industry experts and Ableton Live artists. We'll explore all things music from studio to stage. For sponsorship inquiries, email: Contact@LiveProducersOnline.com Official page: LiveProducersOnline.com/podcast
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The Ableton & Music Habits Podcast

Jason Timothy

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Ableton & Music Habits Podcast, Bestselling author of "The Mental Game of Electronic Music Production", Ableton Coach, MusicSoftwareTraining.com, Cofounder of P.U.N.C.H.I.S. Records, Music Producer Artist names: Jason Timothy, Shhadows Released on: Little Helpers, Hangover, Deep Tech Records, Draft & Re:Mission Entertainment
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Cristiaan Broderick, the sonic architect known as RYNS, is a producer and DJ currently based in Denver, Colorado. Crafting electronic landscapes that defy convention, his project has earned support from notable artists like Liquid Stranger, CloZee, Mersiv, Wreckno, Maddy O'Neal, and others. The RYNS project formed in 2018. His style is self-describ…
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In this episode JP and Dan talk about synthesis in Live, new Live 12 Sampler features, things they love and hate about Live 12, recording chickens, clipping in Live vs. FL Studio, and JP's new books about sound design for electronic music. James Patrick is a sound artist, music producer, author, and educator. He has been creating original electroni…
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Ben Casey currently works at Ableton as part of the Communities Team supporting music makers across the U.S. and Canada. He's also a music producer, educator, and Ableton Certified Trainer based in New York. With over 20 years of experience in the world of electronic music and a power user of Ableton Live since Version 1, Ben has been called “the s…
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Dennis DeSantis is the Head of Music Learning at Ableton in addition to being a composer, percussionist, author, educator, and former sound designer at Native Instruments. He received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Eastman School of Music. His electronic music appears on labels such as Ghostly, Global Underground, Cocoon and Kanzleramt, a…
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In this episode Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee (together as Break Science) talk about their live setup, favorite gear and software, experiences on the road and performing with Pretty Lights, tips for artists and musicians pursuing a music career, and more. Adam Deitch is a 4-time Grammy-Nominated drummer, songwriter, and producer. His long tenures with…
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In this episode Jesse Terry shares his experiences leading Ableton's team in designing Push and the APC40. Dan and Jesse also discuss the process of designing Push, new and potential features to come, Jesse's favorite gear and Live devices, his music projects, and more. Jesse Terry joined Ableton in 2005 working in artist and partner relations, whi…
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In this episode, kLL sMTH (Kris) shares his music journey, live production setup, approach to sound design, new Live 12 features, and more. kLL sMTH is an artist who has taken his love of hip-hop and expanded it into a vast array of genres, from glitch-hop and drum and bass to dubstep and bass music. His DJing roots in turntablism have influenced h…
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In this episode Gardner Beson shares about room acoustics, mixing his new album, comparing Bitwig to Ableton Live features, AI apps, favorite plugins, and more. GARDNSOUND (aka. No Effort, and Whitey McWhiterson) is a jack-of-all-trades from Atlanta, GA. He’s held positions as a Studio Builder, Musician, Video Editor, Chef, Accountant, Prop Builder…
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In this episode, Dan and Parris discuss writing and arranging horns, how to get out of your own way while performing, Parris' experiences on the road and music journey, favorite mastering devices, sidechaining tools and methods, dissecting Parris' upcoming tracks in Ableton, and more. Parris Fleming, a distinguished horn arranger, producer, instrum…
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In this episode, Drew and Dan talk about Diastrata's live setup, new Live 12 MIDI features, how to fatten sounds with Drum Buss, latency, versatile tools for performing in Arrangement View, and more. Drew Birch is the co-founder of Diastrata (formerly RECESS) with Ian Gilley originating from Arkansas before relocating to Colorado. They've performed…
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In this episode, Lettuce co-founder and guitarist Adam Smirnoff (Shmeeans) talks about the band's long history and songwriting process, tips for creating great demos, his favorite Ableton Live tools and plugins, and more. Lettuce is a GRAMMY Award-nominated six-piece group comprised of Adam Deitch [drums, percussion, arrangement], Adam “Shmeeans” S…
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In this special episode, Brian Funk and Dan review many of Ableton Live 12's new features. Watch the video with screen sharing on YouTube or Spotify. Brian Funk is a songwriter, producer, and Ableton Certified Trainer from New York. Brian hosts The Music Production Podcast and teaches music production for Berklee Online. His Ableton Live Packs are …
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In this episode Taetro shares his favorite studio controllers, gear, plugins, and why he loves using Push 3. He also shares a bit about AI editing tools, what it's like being a full-time content creator on YouTube, why artists should monetize their content, his musical journey, and more. Taetro (Nick) is a producer, content creator/ YouTuber, and e…
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In this episode Alex Medellin (aka Late Night Radio) shares about his unique sampling process, inspiring tips for producers and performing artists, how he prepares for shows, favorite gear, and more. Late Night Radio is a staple in the Colorado electronic music scene. Based in Denver, his music uniquely blends classic soul and third coast hip-hop i…
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In this episode, Marc Mount (Mport) shares his production workflows, favorite plugins and synths, how creating unique videos for social media helps him finish more music, audio sampling techniques, random show stories, and more. Marc is a Denver native and pioneer of bass music. Educated in recording arts and music, Mport has crafted a distinctive …
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In this episode, Frequent (Nolan) shares production tips, his music background, the mental aspects of being a producer, one of the best explanations of Nyquist Theory, why you shouldn't consider using templates, joining music collectives vs. labels, why you should get better at mixing and mastering your own tracks, and more. COPYCATT also joins lat…
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In this episode, Morgan Page, a Grammy-nominated producer, DJ, and tech enthusiast, shares his production secrets, favorite studio tools, and groundbreaking projects. With a career spanning over a decade and marked by chart-topping releases, Morgan is a leading force in electronic music. He shares insights into his solar-powered studio, early tech …
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In this episode, Dan and Sofia chat about everything from spatial audio design, scoring for TV and film, her vocal processing, favorite gear and orchestral plugins, what it's like scoring for documentaries, and more. Drum & Lace, also known as Sofia degli Alessandri-Hultquist, is a versatile artist and composer hailing from Florence, Italy. Her mus…
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Alberto Chapa is a producer, Ableton Certified Trainer, and educator that has helped hundreds of artists turn their ideas into reality. Through his role as Brand Manager for Ableton, Inc, Alberto supports a diverse community of artists, educators, and students using technology to create amazing things. His company, Musical Guest provides artist dev…
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In this episode, Tobi Hunke (AbletonDrummer.com) shares about features he would like to see in Ableton Live, favorite workarounds using Max For Live devices, Warping and Tempo Follow features, popular devices he's created for thousands of artists and performers, and more. Tobi Hunke is a professional drummer, producer, Ableton Instructor, and Found…
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SunSquabi is an 'electronic hydro funk' group from Colorado which includes the members—Kevin Donohue [guitar, keys, production], Josh Fairman [bass, synth], and Chris Anderson [drums]. They’ve racked up tens of millions of streams and have performed at major festivals and venues around the world. SunSquabi also has notable collaborations with recog…
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Slynk (Evan) is a producer, DJ, and educator originally from Brisbane, Australia. With the overwhelming support and love from the world’s most respected funk artists, Slynk's reputation has been growing strong producing a variety of genres with numerous releases on established labels including Westwood Recordings, Jalapeno Records, Goodgroove, Disc…
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Alexia Riner is an electronic music producer, sound designer, installation artist and DJ, who specializes in building complex soundscapes for a range of media. Since receiving a dual-Bachelor’s in Music Technology and Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music, Alexia has performed both in the US and internationally, and has produced for a variety …
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Josh Spoon is a programmer, musician, producer and Ableton Certified Trainer who has been performing music around L.A. for over a decade. He's worked on projects with companies like Ableton, Creative Live, Splice, Yamaha, iZotope, Mixed in Key and currently works full time at Cycling '74. Josh has written curriculum for Musicians Institute, Point B…
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Nick Sanborn is a Grammy-nominated artist, multi-instrumentalist, DJ, and producer based in Durham, NC. He’s best known for his work as half of the electronic duo Sylvan Esso, and for his solo work under the moniker Made of Oak. As a solo artist, he recently released a collaborative EP 'Inertia' with the NC-based producer GRRL, as GRRL x Made of Oa…
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Rob Levere (Homemade Spaceship) is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter, and mastering engineer. He currently teaches Ableton Live at KMG Studios in Denver, CO, when not touring nationally. Homemade Spaceship has sold out headlining shows across the USA, supporting established artists like SoDown, Griz, The Floozies, Mr. BIll, FKJ, Mr. Car…
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Grammy-Nominated composer, producer, and remixer Sebastian Arocha Morton is one of today’s most eclectic and innovative musicians in the LA scene. He's composed and produced for award-winning films including Iron Man 2, Houdini, Robocop, The Spongebob Movie, Little Miss Sunshine, Disney's "Iron Man Experience" and "World of Color". Additional credi…
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Listen to the best moments from episodes #57 - #62 sharing about producing for gaming, the future of music tech, building a vocal chain, different artist career paths, favorite gear, and more. #57 - Producing Experimental Bass Music w/ AHEE In this episode, Chris Adams (AHEE) shares his approach to creating experimental bass music including sound d…
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In this episode, Will Doggett shares performance techniques using gear, backing tracks, and Ableton Live workflows. Will and Dan also talk about lighting and video, live looping, using Session vs. Arrangement View on stage, among other things. Will Doggett is an Ableton Certified Trainer and the founder of From Studio to Stage, an online resource d…
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