Ableton Drum Rack – Adding FX to Improve Drum Patterns

In this Ableton Live Tutorial our head tutor, Keith Mills, shows you how to add interest to your drum rack loops by using the main audio effects in your track.
Using a Techno rhythm with dub delay stabs and plenty of atmospheric reverb we explore sending claps and tom drums to our main track returns. By bypassing the usual Ableton send & return effects in the drum rack we send our drum pads directly to a ping-pong delay follow by an overdrive distortion to add some lo-fi grit.

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0:26 dub stab, and occasionally some automation
1:12 click on returns so we can see the effects’ returns
3:08 dub delay

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