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This Template is my latest and is the version I am now using and is explained in this video (raise the quality to HD to see it all clearly). This template is a refined version of the OLD Advanced Template and much easier to navigate and understand. The use of subgroups, titling and colour coding make this template far more visually coherent. This download includes ambient pads, metronome automation, midi controls for ProPresenter and to turn pages in PDFs and in OnSong iPad app. I have included FOUR sample loops, 10,000 Reasons, Happy Day (BEP Version), Our God is Greater and Blessed Be Your Name (Viva la Vida Version).

 

7 comments

  1. Chris Reply September 18, 2013 at 8:21 pm

    Hi there, I brought your professional template (which is great!) but the Metronome Off/No function doesn’t seem to work for me? Are there any things I can check in the settings to solve it?

    Many thanks

  2. Chris Reply September 18, 2013 at 9:04 pm

    Ah I see, now working a treat ;) thanks mate

  3. Chris Reply September 18, 2013 at 11:51 pm

    One other thing… You mention linking via midi with Onsong. Do you go into any more detail in how to do this in a video? I have a softstep on the way but currently triggering with a microkorg.

    C

    • iam-kp Reply September 19, 2013 at 9:42 pm

      I’ll try and do a video to explain it this coming week!

  4. Jay Alves Reply February 20, 2014 at 11:54 pm

    Hey there, I’m still a little bit confused as to how to add new songs to this template. I bought it, and it looks great, but for some reason, I cannot for the life of me figure that out… lol Help?

    • iam-kp Reply February 21, 2014 at 12:03 am

      Hi Jay,

      Have you tried watching this?

      http://www.iam-kp.com/blog/ableton/how-to-set-up-my-ableton-template/

      To add a new song simply add a new master track by right clicking on the master channel far right and clicking insert scene or press cmd I. Then type in the name and the BPM and time signature. Then simply drag the track or loop into the loop column and you are good to go.

      Hope that helps!

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