I made another mix; "WATCH YOUR DUBSTEP", a little more experimental and at times harder then my previous "For Dummies" mixes, all in all still a lot of fun.
Watch Your Dubstep by Nick Kopa on...
Like I said I'm no pro, and I'm sure there's a million different ways of working in Ableton (You might like to consolidate a lot), but I ussually have around 7 tracks, though I'm sure it could be endless.
And of course if you missed it, PART 1.
Kitsune for Dummies by Nick Kopa on SoundCloud - Create, record and share your sounds for free
KITSUNÉ for DUMMIES
ARTIST / SONG...
Posting both part 2 & 3 at the same time here because part 2 is a short and quick mix compiling ALL (but 1 or 2) of Kitsuné's faster releases, making the mix a little all over. Part 3 is a little more like Part 1, old and new hits from the greatest record label.
I'm just learning myself, trying to teach myself Ableton Live. I believe Ableton is the most popular amongst many different genre of producers, though I may be wrong. FL Studios is another road I was thinking of trying out.
Just in case anyone is having problems with the link above.. (one of my friends said she was asked to do a survey and it's way easier then that)
Here's one of the mirrored links directly:
(CLICK FREE DOWNLOAD)
And below is PART 1 if you missed it...
Part 2 could not be put on SoundCloud due to the first song being copywritten (and automatically blocked)
SO Download from:
Download - Dubstep for Dummies 2.mp3 - Sharebee.com, the one and only online file hosting distribution service.
(Click on any of the mirrored links in green)...