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Ableton Live: A Guided Exploration
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David Goldflies Barbara Hemmert
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Ableton Live: A Guided Exploration

David Goldflies Barbara Hemmert


Hal Leonard Corporation

Music recording & reproduction;
Digital music: consumer&user guides

Mixed media product

192 pages

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At Novation, we know how complicated the world of music technology is, so we have tools to help students. Ableton Live: A Guided Exploration is a curriculum, written by David Goldflies, with support from Barbara Hemmert, and in partnership with Novation. The curriculum will familiarize students with Ableton Live software, demonstrate the use of various MIDI controllers, and provide the opportunity for a live performance by the students, while introducing students to the Novation product line. Ableton Live: A Guided Exploration also provides an avenue for students to investigate the fundamental applications, tools, history, and aesthetics of music technology. Readers will explore traditional, current, and emerging technologies, including personal devices; and use them to explore, capture, create, arrange, manipulate, reproduce, and distribute music. Ultimately, they will be encouraged to participate in public performances that may serve as a resource for specific instructional goals, and to attend performances outside the school day to support, extend, and assess learning in the classroom.

By:   David Goldflies, Barbara Hemmert
Imprint:   Hal Leonard Corporation
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   Teacher Edition
Dimensions:   Height: 279mm,  Width: 216mm, 
ISBN:   9781495092220
ISBN 10:   1495092224
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   June 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Mixed media product
Publisher's Status:   Active

DAVID GOLDFLIES (Oxford, OH) Mr. Goldflies was taught violin by his grandfather at age four. He continued playing bass with his father s combo at age 14. Mr. Goldflies played electric bass on the hit single, Black Betty released under the band name of Ram Jam, with Bill Bartlett of the Lemon Pipers. Then, Mr. Goldflies toured and recorded with the Allman Brothers Band. In the 1980s, he headed up a small company that created MIDI tracks for area musicians and began performing with a Roland MC-500/50 sequencer. Currently Mr. Goldflies resides in Panama City Beach, Florida, where he writes music and performs in two symphonic orchestras on the double bass. BARBARA HEMMERT (Panama City, FL) Ms. Hemmert started playing clarinet in primary school. She become a band director and has taught thousands of middle school students for over 31 years at Jinks Middle School, located in Panama City, Florida. Ms. Hemmert developed an interest in Ableton Live while recording bass clarinet samples into a MacBook at her band room. She is currently retired from teaching and plays clarinet and bass clarinet in the Panama City POPS Orchestra.

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