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Ableton announces free webinars for Ableton Live and Push 2

BERLIN – Ableton, makers of innovative music software and hardware, are delighted to announce two free webinars offering the ultimate introduction to their flagship products, Ableton Live and Push 2. Ableton Live is a unique program for music production and performance, and Push 2 is a powerful, expressive controller which gives users hands-on access to an unlimited palette of sounds.

The two free webinars, on March 16 and 23, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. GMT (2:00 p.m. Eastern Time, 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time) will be hosted by Simon Lyon, Producer, Certified Trainer and Product Expert for Ableton UK & IE. The 90-minute sessions will see Simon showcase and explain how to utilize Ableton Live and Push 2 to make music production fast, fluid and flexible. These sessions will be ideal for music makers who want to learn the fundamentals of Live and Push 2 and get to grips with production, discover how to turn their creations into finished pieces, or perform their work live.

Over the course of the two free webinars, topics covered will include getting started, setting up, plus a guided tour of the software’s features and tools. By the end of the sessions participants will have the building blocks for capturing audio, mixing, beat making, performing, sound design, mastering and more at their fingertips. Plus, Simon and a team of Ableton experts will be on hand to answer any questions you have throughout the sessions.

Attendees who would like to familiarize themselves with Ableton Live before the sessions can download a free 90-day trial of the newly released Ableton Live 11

For a FREE beginner’s introduction to getting the best out of Ableton Live and Push 2 sign up here:

March 16 – Making Music in Ableton Live

March 23 – Push 2: Production and Performance


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