One of the most creative aspects of Ableton Live is session mode. Once you look at Push it’s easy to see not only was it designed as an instrument for Ableton, but it’s specifically setup to allow you to have direct control over Live’s session view. This is where you can come up with new ideas quickly, experiment with different parts together, and generally just be creative without having to worry about song structure or songs parts until you’re ready. In this video I’ll show you how to control session mode directly from the controller and how it can be a great tool for your workflow.
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