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No its not there is no industry standard.
For professional studio work, maybe. For performance DAWs, Ableton definitely leads the pack. For home studio, there really is no standard. But the original question really concerned the pedigree of Ableton Live. Suffice to say: a) Ableton is widely used and respected; b) it's well worth investing in some formal learning. Most users exploit only a small fraction of their software's capabilities. This very inexpensive course should greatly increase the value that they get from Ableton, if they decide to invest in the latter.

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Is this program any good compared to others?
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Is this program any good compared to others?
Ableton is the gold standard for music production. This appears to just be a training course but it's not super clear. I would definitely recommend some training if you want to make anything that sounds remotely decent with Ableton.
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Code seems to work on other things as well. I added Pianoforall and got both for less than $30.
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No it;s not. Pro Tools is the industry standard.
No its not there is no industry standard.
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There is. It's just hard for some to admit it.
For professional studio work, maybe. For performance DAWs, Ableton definitely leads the pack. For home studio, there really is no standard. But the original question really concerned the pedigree of Ableton Live. Suffice to say: a) Ableton is widely used and respected; b) it's well worth investing in some formal learning. Most users exploit only a small fraction of their software's capabilities. This very inexpensive course should greatly increase the value that they get from Ableton, if they decide to invest in the latter.
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For professional studio work, maybe. For performance DAWs, Ableton definitely leads the pack. For home studio, there really is no standard. But the original question really concerned the pedigree of Ableton Live. Suffice to say: a) Ableton is widely used and respected; b) it's well worth investing in some formal learning. Most users exploit only a small fraction of their software's capabilities. This very inexpensive course should greatly increase the value that they get from Ableton, if they decide to invest in the latter.
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For professional studio work, maybe. For performance DAWs, Ableton definitely leads the pack. For home studio, there really is no standard. But the original question really concerned the pedigree of Ableton Live. Suffice to say: a) Ableton is widely used and respected; b) it's well worth investing in some formal learning. Most users exploit only a small fraction of their software's capabilities. This very inexpensive course should greatly increase the value that they get from Ableton, if they decide to invest in the latter.
I wish there was a course that taught how to navigate the categories of instruments sounds and effects so that one can better learn how to get the sound that is in their head. With a myriad of instruments, sounds, samples, plugins, and effects, how is one supposed to know what combination of sounds and effects to use to get the sound that a person has in their mind?
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I wish there was a course that taught how to navigate the categories of instruments sounds and effects so that one can better learn how to get the sound that is in their head. With a myriad of instruments, sounds, samples, plugins, and effects, how is one supposed to know what combination of sounds and effects to use to get the sound that a person has in their mind?
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No it;s not. Pro Tools is the industry standard.
I didn't say industry standard, I said gold standard. Learning to use Ableton will be invaluable for any music production work.
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I wish there was a course that taught how to navigate the categories of instruments sounds and effects so that one can better learn how to get the sound that is in their head. With a myriad of instruments, sounds, samples, plugins, and effects, how is one supposed to know what combination of sounds and effects to use to get the sound that a person has in their mind?
Up until recently I had been using Ableton for a long time. The honest answer to your question is knowing what tools you have and how to use them. Understanding your instruments and effects and what they do and knowing how to modify something to match what you want is the way to accomplish this. The other route that some music producers go though is they find a sound that they like and build off of that with more sounds that they like until they've made a track.
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Is this software that teaches you how to use another specific software "the Ableton live mentioned in posts above"
Or is this software that teaches you how to use universal music production software that is just made by Abeltron?

I am just trying to learn how to make some simple music on my own for other artistic purposes, so if someone can recommend a better place for amateurs who are not trying to make a career out of music production but still want to learn some basics I would greatly appreciate it. 😅
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i thought it includes the Appleton Live software.....
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