- Published Nov 30, 2013 in Music 101
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Those in the know, know Ableton Live is pretty awesome. But just in case you want to make it awesome-er, you can add in some awesome soft-synths. Here's how.
Ok, you've got a gig. And your sound is so retro-funky it demands the world's best sounds no matter where you are. But wait: your pickup truck is in the shop and the dog chewed through your Leslie speaker cabinet looking for the cat (who was hiding behind the Rhodes anyway).
Never fear, you're bringing your laptop to the gig. You loaded a copy of Ableton Live on there and all you need to do is set up your best Moog, B3, Rhodes, Wurly and DX-7 soft-synth plug-ins. But how exactly do you do that?
This is how: