Want to use MONTAGE with Ableton Live? Let Ableton Live Expert Josh Weatherspoon show you how! This is the first in a 3-part series - so let's get started . . . Ableton Live is known for its ability to compose, record and arrange music in realtime. MONTAGE excels at sound creation and deep dynamic control. Combining the two is easy and provides a great music-making system!
In this video, Josh Weatherspoon, Ableton Live Expert, shows how a single USB cable allows both audio and MIDI connections. It’s a streamlined setup eliminating the need for an additional audio interface. This lets you play, control and record internal MONTAGE sounds with Ableton Live virtual instruments and audio tracks for a simple, high quality stage and studio solution:
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And stay tuned for part II in the series - coming soon!
Yamaha Synthesizer Product Specialist Blake Angelos has over thirty years of experience with music hardware and software. An expert in music technology, Blake has conducted numerous clinics, master classes and presentations throughout the United States, Europe and Canada. In his role as Product Specialist for the Synthesizer Department Blake appears in many product videos and artist interviews, writes many articles for YamahaSynth.com and co-hosts a regular Podcast called “Behind the Synth”.
Before his work with Yamaha, he taught music theory and jazz studies courses at Arizona State University; managed a technology-focused music store in Seattle and was a production supervisor at Microsoft, where he led a team that developed groundbreaking interactive music content for the Microsoft Network. Blake holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Music degree from Arizona State University. Blake currently resides in Bellingham, Washington with his family, and between his travels around the world for Yamaha, he performs as much as possible with several jazz and creative music groups in Bellingham, Seattle and other places in the Pacific Northwest.