Tutorials / 17 November 2020

BandLab Sounds: Importing and creating in Ableton Live

BandLab Sounds: Ableton Live

BandLab Sounds gives you unlimited access to an extensive library of professionally made samples. Using these samples to make music couldn’t be any easier – once you’ve found the perfect sample, download it and open it in BandLab’s free web-based DAW, the Mix Editor.

Or, if you’re already a seasoned veteran on other music making software, these uncompressed (.wav) samples in BandLab Sounds are compatible with all major DAWs like Ableton Live. 

In this video tutorial, we show you how to find the perfect samples on BandLab Sounds, then import them to create music in Ableton Live.

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Subscribe to the BandLab YouTube channel for more updates, tutorials, and more. We’ll be dropping a more tutorials on using Sounds, as well as other production techniques on BandLab.

Read more: Using BandLab Sounds: How to create a track with samples on the Mix Editor

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