Sampling Moog Minitaur Analog Bass Synth in Ableton Live

This video explores how to sample audio in Ableton from a hardware synth. In this case, we have the Moog Minitaur Analog Bass Synth. I will use an external instrument in Ableton to send midi to the Moog Minitaur via my Scarlett 2i4 Focusrite audio interface, and also route the audio back into the External Instrument to record in Ableton. Next, I resampled the audio on another track in Ableton. It’s that simple. Use my Amazon Associate link to purchase the Moog Minitaur, and you help support my blog and YouTube channel. Thank you!

In this follow-up video I explore how to develop your own sound as a producer by consolidating samples in Ableton Live, and saving sounds to your user library:

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Antandra
Founder, Producer & Performer at Intuitive Beats
Antandra is the moniker of music producer and performer, Jacob Louis. His sound can best be described as bass infused rhythms with suspenseful atmospherics and etheric melodies. He has releases featured on Jumpsuit Records, LostinSound, Mycelium Music and Pure Perception Records, and has performed his original music at Kinnection Campout, CoSM, Burning Man, Unitus, T.O.U.C.H. Samadhi Equinox and many more! He has shared the stage with numerous world class artists including the likes of Desert Dwellers, Sixis, Ott, Kalya Scintilla, AtYyA and Globular.
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