Ableton Live Beatelite template: http://bit.ly/BeateliteJodyWisternoffTemplate Subscribe to WinkSound: http://bit.ly/WinkSoundSubscribe Watch more Ableton Live tutorial videos: http://bit.ly/WinkSoundAbletonLive Layering is a common mixing technique in music production. By stacking different sounds together you can design fuller, more intricate instruments such as synth and bass lines. Jody Winsternoff, electronic music producer, dj and one half of the group Way Out West alongside Nick Warren, recently produced an Ableton Live template for Beatelite in which he layered multiple bass sounds and patterns to achieve a cohesive and interesting bass line. We interviewed Jody to get his perspective on the benefits of using this technique to bring out the bass part within a composition. To demonstrate how Jody layered and processed the bass sounds within his Ableton Live template Mikiah from Beatelite.com shares how to create track groups in Ableton Live and breaks down the template's bass section to explain how each layer fits into the overall mix. Find out where Jody Wisternoff and Way Out West are playing next by following them on Twitter: Jody Wisternoff - https://twitter.com/#!/jodywisternoff Way Out West - https://twitter.com/#!/wayoutwestuk Beatelite.com offers downloadable templates for most major DAW's such as Logic Pro, Ableton Live and Reason covering genres like House, Trance, Dubstep and Hip Hop. Learn more about Beatelite's song templates and connect with them online: Website - http://Beatelite.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/beate Twitter - @beatelitedotcom Keep up to date with the latest tutorials from WinkSound by following our feeds: YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/winksound Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/WinkSound Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WinkSound Tumblr - http://blog.winksound.com/
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