Ableton Tutorial - Sampling Techniques

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1st tutorial ever! This is a quick little look at Ableton Live and a way you can use it to sample. Basically just recreating a song I’ve already made to show you how …

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  1. Pablo StillGrounds said on October 22, 2014 12:23 pm:


  2. ableton templates said on November 10, 2014 2:18 am:

    we make templates Subscribe its Cool.´╗┐

  3. Be-A- Blessing said on November 25, 2014 2:47 am:

    thanks bboy
    i use to pass ur page alot but…
    now im regreating flimming thru
    you taught me alot..bboySpazz
    i always refer you 2 all my frends
    sicck style…..thank you bro´╗┐

  4. Steven Warren said on January 1, 2015 5:41 am:

    Happy New Years!´╗┐

  5. ÔëłchiefkutymaÔëł said on January 8, 2015 4:01 pm:

    damn! nice sample ´╗┐

  6. Amanda Cormier said on January 9, 2015 3:27 am:

    1. Turn on subtitles
    2. Laugh your ass off

    Nice tutorial!´╗┐

  7. James Loser Man said on January 17, 2015 11:18 pm:

    Soooooo just steal some stuff until you can claim it as your own? I really
    hope sampling isn’t this bland. I will leave it up to the professionals,
    but I’m going another direction. This doesn’t seem right to me.´╗┐

  8. Parkenite2047 said on January 29, 2015 1:11 am:


  9. ac2332 said on February 11, 2015 2:36 am:

    Thanks and good basic tutorial i’m just trying to learn. Thanks for this
    just for ideas to try and put little things together for my mixes in my
    basement and my listening pleasure. ´╗┐

  10. chowdermonsterr said on March 31, 2015 7:31 pm:

    Yo honestly, this method you are using for your chops to make a beat and
    whatnot…I can’t say that you are doing it wrong by any means. We all have
    our ways of doing things BUT it seems like it almost takes the whole fun
    out of constructing a dope beat. It’s alll about doing it up on the live
    side homie, uploading that whole song into an ableton audio track and then
    either A: use your warp markers to slice your chops onto your midi keyboard
    (a must have if using software) or assign them to keys on your keyboard. Or
    B: drop a drum rack and assign your choppy chops to each pad/keys and do it
    MPC style. Lay it down live and fix it up after etc. The way you are doing
    it is almost a short cut/ cheaper easier route For a beat. Weather you chop
    a song up or just lay the sample down without choppin it up more or less.
    One love´╗┐

  11. Aftershow Houston (The Aftershow) said on May 13, 2015 8:01 pm:

    Hey man, really dig the way you break things down on sampling. I was
    wondering, in your opinion, what’s the best way to sample a bassline
    through vinyl? ´╗┐

  12. Mr Grimm said on June 9, 2015 3:44 am:

    DJ Whatnot´╗┐

  13. Steve Wallace said on June 20, 2015 10:26 pm:

    thanks. even though the music is not my taste..i enjoyed the tutorial´╗┐

  14. stack0413 said on September 30, 2015 7:41 am:

    Thanks man, I’ve been looking for Motown vocal samples all day and got
    nowhere. So I said fuck it, I’m gonna make em myself. appreciate the vid.´╗┐

  15. Ricardo Brown said on December 17, 2015 2:37 pm:


  16. fAMOSS DAMOSS said on December 22, 2015 10:21 am:

    thanks for all your time taken to make this video, very helpful´╗┐

  17. iseejordans said on December 25, 2015 2:11 pm:

    thanks man, real helpful´╗┐

  18. Navid Dezashibi said on January 8, 2016 4:48 pm:

    Thanks for the tutorial, by the way, the link for Bringing You Home does
    not work ;)´╗┐

  19. Addae Madison said on February 28, 2016 3:38 am:

    How do I create the sample though? Never done one before´╗┐

  20. Isaac Westerlund said on June 9, 2016 2:56 am:

    i got a little confused when you mentioned that it was supposed to be a
    “..full 9 bar phrase”. why 9 and not 8 ?´╗┐