DJ Kiva is back with an advanced look at DJing using Ableton Live. In this 18-tutorial live-action course, you learn how to make your “Live” set really takeoff! Kiva is quite the master, so watch and learn as he shares his DJing secrets!
DJ Kiva is an artist, multi-instrumentalist, producer, Ableton Certified Trainer, and founder of record label Adios Babylon. He has delivered his music through high energy performances and DJ sets through sound systems from Brooklyn to Tokyo.
Now that you’ve got your Ableton Live DJing basics under your belt, it’s time to dive in a whole lot deeper. And that’s why DJ Kiva created this live-action, advance techniques course. You learn all kinds of reverb, delay, warping, filtering, phasing and beat-repeating tips and tricks.
Kiva also shows you some very cool MIDI mapping techniques and how to bring in external MIDI instruments and audio into your Ableton Live DJ setup. See how to work with auxiliary decks, create custom channel strips and use submaster channel techniques. This course is filled with so many advanced tips you’ll want to watch it over and over again!
By the time you complete these tutorials, you’ll be totally inspired to take your DJing to a higher level. So kick back with Ableton Certified trainer, DJ Kiva and get ready learn some very cool insider DJ action to take your Live sets to the extreme!
Kiva you killed it. Great work! Very inspirational and tons of fun. Thanks a million.
WeeSaul wrote on December 16, 2016
DJ Kiva, you are one of the coolest dudes ever bro! I love the way you explain tings.
Superb DJ, this course has taught me how to DJ with Ableton more than any other course online.
Thoroughly recommend this to everyone for getting to grips on how to build your set. You will be DJing like a pro in no time.
Thanks for the inspiration bro, peace and love.
Steve wrote on November 29, 2016
KIVA! Thanks for the tips... now lets see you dial up a full on tutorial series for the Dave Smith Tempest...
Pat wrote on November 27, 2016
Great course! Great setup to a lot with a little.
Hope to see Kiva share more of his Ableton knowledge.