TNTs (tee-en-tees) Pronunciation: \ˌtē-ˌen-ˈtēs\
-Plural, sometimes referred to as "Tips 'N Tricks."
As Ableton Live users we’re always looking for the best way to get way down into this extraordinary program and learn how to do all the wild stuff that is nestled beneath its minimalist faceplate. Enter Brian Cass renowned “Live” technologist and performer who, every month for a year, will deliver up to 30 minutes of some of the most extraordinary Ableton Live Tips and Tricks videos you’ll find anywhere on the planet.
Starting October 2010 and running for a full year, Brian will be conjuring up all kinds of original monthly video tips that will help you bulk-up your Ableton arsenal and give you the weaponry to blow your tracks into the next solar system! And every so often the amazing Mr. Cass will bring in some of his star sound design buddies to give you a complete 360 degree look at how and what they're doing with Live.
So sign on now and get a full year of Ableton TNTs delivered to your computer monthly by our super Live trainer, Brian Cass!
(Don’t worry if you sign up late because all of the previous months Ableton Live TNTs will be yours in one big TNT bundle whenever you sign up!)
Solid course, taught me a few new tricks and presented a new take on some known methods. Very clear explanations. Only missing the last star for the pace of the whole thing; the guy talks really slowly and plays more examples than he needs to. A good course to use Hyper Learn.
110dB wrote on April 4, 2015
I Like this Course Very a lot, because Brian Cass gives some Tipps & Tricks! Thank you MPV!
Joey wrote on October 11, 2013
This course is fantastic. Covering amazing stuff. Pretty much every video exciting and well explained.
Faint Response wrote on September 3, 2013
This is simply a must see tutorial for all new Ableton Live 9 users, covering basic and special aspects like that can be achieved by chaining and configuring the plugings.
Vruno wrote on July 19, 2013
wow I need more stars to rate this course, this really open my mind to get new sounds and type of work with ableton, EXTREME RECOMMENDED :)