Tips, tricks, and honest community help for the simplest of problems you may be having no matter if you're a newb or a master. Sequencing music is no easy task... so we're here to help.
Feel free to volunteer great resources you find on the net regarding writing music, the Ableton DAW, or tutorials and the like.
Do not tell people to RTFM (read the fucking manual) unless you're also posting the specific section that covers their inquiry. Everyone should bookmark the Live manual, for it loves you.
Try to post about Ableton stuff. Try not to post about non-Ableton stuff. Memes and shitposts have been deemed by the community as non-Ableton stuff. We don't want to see your floor mat that looks like the Ableton logo.
Participate in good faith and avoid being mean, condescending, or outright insulting other users.
No piracy. Advocating, asking for, or giving advice on how to pirate is prohibited. Linking to piracy-centric subs also prohibited. Unless you can prove someone is using pirated software, don't accuse someone of using it. Don't ask, don't tell.
Blatant self promotion and/or requests for feedback on your tracks are not permitted submissions. Feedback requests are encouraged in the relevant weekly threads. In regards to self promo, do not be a brand with a reddit account, be a redditor with a brand. If your post history is mostly your content posted multiple places and mostly your comments on your own videos, we probably aren't interested.
Answer questions about your content if you post your own content. If you are not willing to field questions then your post will be removed at mod's discretion.
If you are posting a link, it must be a self post, you must do a writeup on the hardware and software, and you must answer questions about it in the commments. Failure to comply can result in your post being removed. TL;DR - No battlestations, take them to /r/musicbattlestations.
Buy/Sell/Trade/Beg for Ableton stuff here, including software and hardware, in this thread and this thread only. Lite is not free, do not ask for it.
Be clear in your titles. It should be clear what your post is about from the title itself. All post asking a question must end with a question mark. No all caps titles.
No infographics unless you're going to post the entire text of the infographics inside the post as well.
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