Ableton 10 Trance Quick Start Template
Having a template with buses & groups already routed and channels already created can save you a lot of time and help keep the creative juices flowing. This template will allow you to open and start creating a track straight away without the stress of wondering where to start. This Ableton 10 Trance template does not have any sounds already loaded, it is simply there for you to quickly get started by having all your groups and channels ready to start working on.
I have even included a really useful effects rack on each channel that will speed up your workflow even more!
Look at it as though you have turned up to a job to build a house and all the tools are already laid out for you ready to use. No routing through the van to find the right tools to get started.
The template is created only with Ableton 10 Suite Plugins.
Yes, this template has been tested in Ableton Live 11 suite and works fine.
Ableton Live 10 Suite 10.1.7 – Please note this may not open in your version of Ableton unless it is this version or above in Ableton Suite. Please check before purchasing
Want this to work in Ableton Live Standard? – Customers have got this to work in standard by removing the Echo plugin and then re-authorising Ableton. You are then able to use this in standard without the Echo Plugin (This could easily be replaced with any delay of your choice.) once you save the template as a new version.
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I bought the tutorial from scratch for Logic from Allan and it helped me a lot, but i wanted to produce my music with Ableton , so i switched Daw’s .
I went to his website and there was a great tutorial how to start, it’s worth the money people, so if you struggle buy his tutorial.
Very useful, practical and customizable, this template is ideal for starting a new genre. Thanks Allan Morrow !
one more time a great template from AM-Studios. Helps a lot! And it works also with ABLETON LIVE 11
From what I have seen so far (I only have No 1 and No 7) this series on Trance track development is excellent. The template is useful. However, I found this first video to be fairly light on detail. It doesn’t explain the reasons why the tracks are grouped the way they are or why certain audio effects are chosen. So the template isn’t of much value in itself without the subsequent videos. I respectfully suggest that this template and video should have been free, as a teaser for the series. But I want to stress that overall your videos are great!