Ableton Live Tutorial – Minimal Clicks in Simpler

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Close In thisvideo Jonny Miller (Jus’Listen/Sonarpilot Audio) demonstrates how to create atmospheric minimal textures using the simpler and random instances in Ableton Live. To buy this Aquasonica sample pack head over to Click Produce: For more Ableton Live tutorials head to Please subscribe to our channel to make sure you don’t miss future exclusive tutorials from Point Blank Online school.


DallasGreen123 says:

i would also bounce it to audio so you can add a groove

MultiSteg says:

nice trick thanks !

Rob van Hees says:

Very nice tut, thank you Jonny !



pointblankonline says:

I’m not 100% sure to be honest. It seems some of the loops have reverb and delay on them for added texture whereas most of the drum hits sound dry of reverb etc. The best way to find out for sure is to contact click produce.
All the best

pointblankonline says:

Yes, you could do that although if you just place Random before a synth in a chain you’ll get the same result – the Random device effecting the midi notes from the clip on their way into the instrument.

Brent Kallmer says:

Another fine — and useful — video from PB. Are the Aquasonic samples already compressed or otherwise treated?

Tr0ll321 says:

Nice tip, would this be possible if I would make one note e.g. with the operator or analog, then record it and put it into the simpler and randomize it?

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