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Ableton Live 8 Course Clips Master is a hands-on training DVD-ROM that provides you with a unique way to take your music to the next level with Live.
If you've been using Live and you want to get more out of your rig, then you've come to the right place. You'll cover the major topics as you work through more than five hours of movie tutorials. If you're a new user and need to get up to speed with Live, use the Introduction topic to take you through set-up, basic definition, and the new features added in Live 8.
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Brian Jackson is an internationally released electronic musician with 14 years of music production experience. In addition to releases on numerous indie labels, including GSL and Simballrec, he has also remixed artists such as The Locust and Chemlab. As an engineer he’s worked with notables that include Tribes of Neurot (Neurosis) and MC Dris (of HBO’s The Wire). Specializing in Mac-based digital audio, Brian started using Pro Tools in 1996. Not limiting his expertise to one DAW, Brian is one of the very first Ableton Certified Trainers on the planet – having previously authored 2 tutorial DVDs on Live and tech edited the Live 7 Power! book (among others) for Cengage Learning. Brian also regularly works as a creative-technical consultant for companies (e.g., Ableton and Access) and individuals (including multiple Grammy nominees/winners). He also teaches audio engineering and music production at SAE and Touro College in NYC. In 1999 Brian received an MA in East-West Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Prior to relocating from SF to NYC in 2002, he also worked for Harmony-Central.com and Rocket Network (now DigiDelivery).