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How to Make Great Music Mashups: The Start-to-Finish Guide to Making Mashups with Ableton Live

Paul Zala (Victoria, Australia)



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16 February 2018
Music recording & reproduction; Music industry; Acoustic & sound engineering; Audio processing
Written for the beginner DJ, this accessible book presents everything you need to know in order to create great dance floor moments that will take your sets to the next level and get you noticed as a DJ. Using Ableton's industry-leading digital audio workstation, the reader will learn to achieve a professional sound by expertly manipulating Warping, pitching, editing, automation and plugin effects processing; also, avoiding mistakes such as key-clashing, jarring transitions, mismatched energies and more. The book's companion website includes key-charts, musical scale diagrams, organisational templates for live sessions, and follow-along video demonstrations.
By:   Paul Zala (Victoria Australia)
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 191mm, 
Weight:   535g
ISBN:   9781138092761
ISBN 10:   1138092762
Pages:   188
Publication Date:   16 February 2018
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Paul Zala has over 25 years of musical experience behind him, covering everything from training in piano, guitar, trumpet and voice through to performance in live bands and DJing. Coupled with training in Music Production at RMIT Melbourne, he's been writing, producing, engineering and performing professionally since 2007. Finding his feet as one half of Australian Dance outfit Denzal Park, he's enjoyed a successful dance music career sporting dozens of singles, around 100 remixes, international performances, not to mention accolades including APRA Dance Work of the Year, Platinum Records, number 1s on the US Billboard Dance Chart, Australia's ARIA Club Chart and the top spot on dance music's leading outlet Paul loves talking shop and sharing his knowledge with anyone who loves making music.

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