How do I transition from __ BPM to __ BPM, or from house music to hip hop? Today's tutorial shows how to use Ableton to create a premade track that gradually transitions from one BPM to any other. We can use this transition track in DJ sets to go from an original track to an uptempo remix or switch between different genres. Build your own and download an Ableton template inside!
Today’s article takes inspiration from the classic Instant Gratification Midi Fighter mapping. We’re going to show you how you can create your own one button FX build-ups. To get started, all you need is a MIDI controller and an available button to map the FX to.
Most DJ softwares don't use velocity sensitivity in their controls - but with more and more devices including them, why not? Today Ryan shares a quick tutorial on using velocity-sensitive pads to modulate effect parameters and Remix Deck volume in Traktor - read on to learn how and to download a free mapping for Maschine!
Ready for a wireless, cheap controller that gives you control of almost everything in Ableton? Today we’re looking at the brand new Touchable 2 app from Zerodebug. Find out how it stacks up against the other Ableton iOS control apps out there – and against the Push hardware itself. Related
After a brief hiatus from updating the software, Vincenzo has released Xtreme Mapping 1.5 and is compatible with the recently released Traktor 2.6.5. The 1.5 update includes a few key features, the foremost of which is Remix Deck support. While it still is missing direct mapping of the 16 cells in the Remix Decks, Traktor […]
Lots of DJs and producers want to be able to organize the same iTunes library on any computer, have Ableton Projects available on all computers, and Traktor collection synced across machines. The obvious answer is Dropbox – but it carries its own limitations in terms of cost and storage limits. In the search for an […]