Posts By: David Parker

Multiband Process With Any Plugin In Ableton

Do you find Multiband Dynamics useful? Do you want to try the same technique with other plugins? Here’s a fast way to do that in Ableton. You can multiband Process with any plugin with Audio Fx Racks!

Recycling Drum Loops In Ableton Pt.3

Are you looking for new ways to Recycle your old drum loops? Needs some inspiration? Let’s have a look at every method to recycle your drum loops in Ableton that I can think of! This is the third part of a series. Let’s dive deep!

Recycling Drum Loops In Ableton Pt.1

Are you looking for new ways to Recycle your old drum loops? Needs some inspiration? Let’s have a look at every method to recycle your drum loops in Ableton that I can think of! This is the first part of a series. Let’s dive deep!

Exploring Granular Synthesis

Hey everyone. My name is Dave Parker with Breaking Audio. Today we’re going to talk a bit about granular synthesis, what it is and some things you can do with it.

Drum Phase Alignment With Auto-Align

Hey, this is Dave Parker for Breaking Audio. today we’re going to talk a bit about phase aligning drums in Pro Tools with a plug-in i use all the time now called Auto-Align. If you like videos on production and Protools and Ableton hit the subscribe button and you won’t miss any videos. So let’s… Read more »

Getting The Most Out Of Ableton Live’s Browser

Hey everyone, this is Dave Parker for Breaking Audio. Today we’re going to talk a bit about Ableton’s browser. I’m going to give you a quick overview of it and show you some things you can do with it. If you like audio production tips with Pro Tools and Ableton feel free to subscribe to… Read more »

Creating Track Presets In Pro Tools And Ableton

Hey everyone welcome to Breaking Audio, my name is Dave. I’m going to be talking to you today about making track presets. Just some helpful tips that that I do to save me some time.

Sample Library Organization Tips

    Hey everyone welcome to Breaking Audio! My name is Dave and today I’ll be talking a bit about maintaining a sample library. Something that I’ve been messing with recently as I determined that my sample library was getting a bit too messy.