I’ve been kind of incognito as of late, and for that I apologize. I know how much yall have been missing my ramblings and rantings.
But please know that I have not, by any means, forgotten you, nor have I done anything crazy like taken a job as an insurance salesman (my fondest dream).
Instead, I’ve spent that last month or so finalizing the prototype of the new and improved Clip Module, my video series that covers all aspects of what I consider to be Ableton’s most important feature, Clips. This new interface includes some features that will soon be incorporated into the whole of the Ableton Live Course curriculum.
But new doesn’t always mean improved. That’s why I need all of yall’s help. Starting June 25th, I’m going to be opening up the new and improved Clip Module Beta for anyone on the email list. That means that what was once 47 American dollars will be totally free (for a limited time).
Well, not totally free.
I need something in return: Your feedback. As this is a wholly new interface that I designed and built with my own Funyon-stained fingers, I’m going to need all the feedback that yall can spare. I’d also really appreciate it if you forwarded this info to your friends who use Ableton or are thinking of getting started.
But you have time to prepare your minds. The free beta will open on June 25th and will only be free for a limited time. So, in the interim, check out this video that I made of the new features and make sure to sign up for the email list to participate in all the free Ableton Cookbook goodness.
And finally: Thank you!
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