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Regarding the Ableton Push
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2014 8:11 am    Post subject: Regarding the Ableton Push
Subject description: Beginner in electro
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Hi!
I'm pretty new to this scene, and I'm going to start to play in a Rnb band, consisting of me, a guitarist who will play live synth melodies and a singer.

I'm wondering what the easeiest way for me to do this is? I'm going to create and play the drums and the synth bass and some melodies. Is it best to use pre-recorded sounds and just start them and play some of the drums myself on the pad or am I way off here?

Sorry for the fuzzy explanation, but I'm very fresh to this kind of things.
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