Episode: Transitioning to Using Click

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Transitioning to Using Click

Take your performance to the next level by using a click live. In this week's episode we talk about part 2 of the transition to using tracks-using a click. Why use a click, how to prepare your band, and what gear do you need to make this happen? 


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Check out my suggestions on gear you'll need to run click and tracks:


Routing Click in Ableton Live tutorial:


Setting up your audio interface with Ableton Live


Why you Should use a Metronome when playing live:



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