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Beyond Ableton Live 2: Visuals

Step by step guidance through cutting edge music technology principles;
for the music producer, the musician, the pro.
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In this class we start with the very basics of Ableton and Resolume’s Arena and work all the way up to producing image blending and mapping. I walk you through every step of the process, and explain my logic behind every decision I make. I'll even walk you through a complete demonstration from beginning to end.


Learn how to create co-ordinated visuals for use in the home, venue, club or stage

In this class we start with the very basics of Ableton and Resolume’s Arena and work all the way up to producing image blending and mapping. I walk you through every step of the process, and explain my logic behind every decision I make. I'll even walk you through a complete demonstration from beginning to end.

Networking

How to network a variety of applications to produce synchronised outcomes in visuals

Synchronisation

How to network across multiple machines to synchronise multiple apps

TouchOSC

How to create your own templates in TouchOSC to control said applications wired or wirelessly

Resolume

How Resolume Arena works

Image Blending

How to blend together multiple projectors

Projection Mapping

How to use visuals on multiple screens

Interconnection

How each application is interconnected to create a whole greater than its parts

Support

Your instructor is only ever an email away!

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"Looks like a lot of though and preparation was put into this course. Very professional." - M. Charles

"I've been in music production and DJ'ing for nearly 20 years and I haven't seen anyone put together a course like this before. Granted you need some basic skills but thats not a problem for me. Great, great course. Will be implementing real soon" - S. Coonan

"The course looks amazing! The instructor is really knowledgeable, explains everything very well and the end results as demonstrated in the first lecture are stunning!!" - P. Smith