Jor van der Poel is an Ableton power user that we’ve worked with for many years here at Pyramind. Most recently he developed a groundbreaking
You don’t become an associate professor at Berklee College of Music in Spain without some skills under your belt. So we were super excited and
The DJ 210 class at Pyramind was designed to harness the power of Ableton Live to create sophisticated DJ sets and Live performances. In this video segment Live 210 instructor Jimmy Su, challenges his students to do a collaborative performance using Ableton’s Link technology to synchronize all the computers in Pyramind’s D-Lab.
Ableton Live, Ableton Push 2
Pyramind CEO & Founder, Greg Gordon, took one of our cameras along with him to NAMM 2018. Watch this video for a quick tour of Greg’s highlights with various interviews and product demos including footage with Dave Pensado and Pyramind partners: McDSP, Avid, Universal Audio, Ableton, Izotope, Output and more!
Ableton Live 10 is an exciting update that brings with it many upgraded features and great new devices. While I love the new WaveTable Synth, The Drum Bus, and The Echo plugin, I’m finding that some of my favorite new features are focused on improving workflow. I like to break down my workflow into two categories: Administrative and Creative. This new version release packs lots of punch into both categories so I thought it would be helpful to break them down into some of my favorites and show just how helpful they are.
Ableton Certified Trainer Dustin Ragland walks us through the new devices and features of Ableton Live 10, released November 2nd, 2017. Today, he’ll be taking a look at new devices and updates in Live 10 such as:
Plus, Dustin we’ll be taking a look at new workflow improvements and features like the new “Capture” feature and other refinements. We hope you’re as excited as we are to explore what Ableton Live 10 has to offer!
In this sound design tutorial, Pyramind mentor and Ableton certified trainer Dustin Ragland gives you helpful pad designing tips. He uses Ableton’s Operator and Analog to build the foundation of the pad, then adds several effects to shape the overall expression—all within an instrument rack. He maps the effect controls to his Ableton Push, allowing for more physical control over the sound. The pad instrument rack is made up entirely of Ableton stock devices, making it easy for producers to follow along at home.