The Art of Mr. Bill
The Art Of Mr. Bill Ableton tutorial series is for everyone.
Whether you’re an absolute beginner or seasoned pro, you’ll enjoy The Art of Mr. Bill video tutorials.
Most online tutorials show you neat tricks, helpful functions and other fancy things. But what they often fail to show you is how to apply these techniques into practical applications that you can ultimately use to make music.
The Art Of Mr. Bill differs by focusing on writing an entire track from start to finish without cutting any corners during the process.
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I’ll show you what each device can do and give you examples of how to use them in practical applications.
MIDI Effects: Arpeggiator, Chord, Note Length, Pitch, Random, Scale, Velocity.
Instruments: Electric, Collision, Analog, Impulse, Operator, Sampler, Simpler & Tension.
Audio Effects: Time Based Effects, Dynamics Processors, Filter Effects, Looping Effects, Distortion Effects & Other Effects.
Mr Bill is the man. Once you go to his site you'll wish you could have told your past self about him ages ago. Game changing insights for DAYS!
Mr. Bill has the uncanny ability of simply explaining complicated concepts, techniques and ideas that are usually reserved for those who have years of experience in the industry. There’s not many people who can show me something totally new with Ableton Live these days. Bill is one of these people.
Mr. Bill is exactly the kind of "no BS uber-tech-savvy genius" you want teaching you the heavy hitter production stuff. I'm a huge proponent of looking at the RESULTS of whoever you're learning from and only investing your precious time with people who are where you want to be, and making tunes you respect. His music speaks for itself...brilliant. It's rare to find someone who walks the talk and is also willing to teach all they know without reservation. Bill is one of those rare few. Mad respect and big ups brother! I have personally learned a lot from you and I know thousands of others have done the same. Keep doing what you do! Much love.