Ableton Live 9 Tutorial: How to Create Electronic Dance Music Synth Leads w Analog

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In this video tutorial, Dubspot instructor and Ableton Certified Trainer Michael Hatsis (a.k.a. !banginclude) demonstrates how to create flavors of popular dance music leads using Ableton Live’s unique and versatile synthesizer instrument Analog.

In this tutorial, Dubspot instructor and Ableton Certified Trainer Michael Hatsis a.k.a. !banginclude shows how to make dance music leads in Ableton Live 9 using Live’s built-in synth instrument Analog. These kinds of synth leads are useful for many different types of club music from dutch house and moombahton to trap and beyond. In a step-by-step process, Hatsis explains and demonstrates how to shape and transform the basic preset/default sound of Analog into an effective and customizable dance music lead that you can control and tweak to your liking.

20 thoughts on “Ableton Live 9 Tutorial: How to Create Electronic Dance Music Synth Leads w Analog

  1. Video: Hey guys well were going to go for something like this sound…
    Me: I hope this is good. Maybe it will be a synth or something melodic.
    Video: *Airhorn-esque high pitched fuckery sound*
    Me: Goddamit that is horrible. This music is horrible. *Leaves*

  2. I have Ableton Live 9 the Standard version, can’t seem to find Analog in my AL9, does it come wit it or do I have to purchase it?

  3. great tutorial. you can hear the domestic violence in this guy’s accent. very inspiring

  4. Ughhh I need to buy the better version of Ableton. Used the demo for like 6 months, loved analog, bought the intro and no analog. So sad. ๐Ÿ™ lol

  5. I’m glad he played an intro sound at the beginning, so i don’t have to watch this vid

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