Ableton Publishes Book to Help Electronic Music Producers Be More Creative

Like any smart company, music software maker Ableton is dedicated to educating their customers. The company has provided manuals, tutorials and other resources on their website for years, and now they’ve published a book titled, Making Music – 74 Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers.
While the author, Dennis DeSantis, is Ableton’s Head of Documentation, the company says that the book is not an expanded user’s manual. Their website states: “[The book is] meant to help you actually make music — with concrete tips for solving musical problems, making progress, and most importantly finishing what you start — regardless of the software or hardware you use.”
Making Music has already sold out, but Ableton says digital versions are coming soon. You can also read complete and unabridged chapters from each of the book’s three parts at their dedicated Making Music site.
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