Hey there guys,
I am new to the forum and this is my first post out here !! Hope to get a lot of information from here.
I have been working with ableton Live and getting all my information from various textbooks and youtube videos.
However, I really want to start filling in all the gaps in my learning and take Music Production more seriously.
There are several courses online that are offered... One of the most frequently recommended but insanely expensive ones have to be the berklee one.
Electronic Music with Ableton Live Specialist Certificate course (can't post links before 10 count >_<"..)
I really want all the members to give in their honest reviews/opinions/ideas and recommendations for learning Ableton more quickly. I know that spent enough time I can probably garner all that knowledge online for free, but I really want to hasten my learning curve and just get down to making more music than spending time learning the DAW and it's capabilities.
What I hope to learn :0
Basics and advance use of live with all functions
Using live to produce, record, mix and master music.
Using live in a creative context.
Using the essential plug-ins. (eg. operator, finger etc.)
Using Live in context of different styles of music.
Producing and analyzing different styles of music on a huge range of styles.
Basics and advance concepts of playing Live with Ableton (I know this goes into the DJing realm, but It'd be cool to learn that aspect of it too)
Creating mixes and having them critiqued by professionals
Any help regarding this would be cool !! I have done searches for past threads to this, But any new info and feedback is really really welcome!!