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Tribal House Template for Ableton Live
After cutting down endangered trees for their coveted wood, and escaping the wrath of indigenous tribes after stealing their drums, we emerge from depth of the jungles armed with lots of percussion sounds, poisoned arrow wounds and a compelling idea for our next template.
To say percussion is back would be an understatement. It’s recent rise from the lounges of ibiza to the shores of Miami has elevated this sound back to it’s rightful place as the drive of all house music. Our talented producers have put together a track that uses percussion sampler instruments, deep, tight bass lines and minimal elements to update this classic sound to it’s new modern self.
Note- this template was made for Ableton 8.1.3 but will still open in any newer version of Ableton. It will not open in a previous version.
This feature indicates the original tempo of the track
- Tribal House
The number of instrument settings refer to the number of newly custom created patches for any native or 3rd party instruments (Exs24 Operator, Sylenth etc). This also includes any channel processing for that instrument.
The number of music-based midi files. This number does not reflect midi files that trigger drum patterns.
This refers to the number of channels that have any kind of signal processing. This could mean either standard .wav or .aiff processing or a bus or group of channels that have been merged and processed. Generally, it's any audio other than a direct virtual instrument, sends or master processing.
The number of sends for custom effects like reverbs, delays, stereo spreaders, exciters etc.
This refers to whether there is bespoke Mastering done on the mix bus of this template. This isn't meant to replace a mastering engineer but to give you a good idea how to get your track up to a commercial level.
This refers to whether we used any third party plugins or instruments or if only native-DAW instruments and plugins were used. In most cases, we only use native. However, there may be special occasions where we use 3rd party. All third party plugins will be listed here as well as on the product description page.
- None -Only Native plugins Used
What are Production Notes?
These notes that cover, at a high-level, not only the how but the why things were done. This helps the engineer understand the trick but also gives context. We try to include these in as many templates as we can but there may be times where the engineer that provides the file is not able to produce notes due to time restrictions.
This featured indicates that this template's arrangement has been standardized to work with any Logic Element, Remix Stem or any other Standardized template in our marketplace. We standardize the arrangement in the following way:
Intro = bar 1 to bar 33
First break = bar 33 to bar 49
1st chorus/bridge = bar 49 to bar 97
second break = bar 97 to bar 129
2nd chorus/bridge bar 129 to bar 161
Outro = bar 161 to bar 193
Bonus Template Versions
Mini Template Version
This version has been reduced to 32 bars for ease of use.
Unity Template Version
All automation, music, midi and mix levels have been reset to 'unity' in this version so you can save this to your template collection. To do this in logic, navigate to “file” then select “save as template.”
Drums Only Template Version
This version has all music stripped out so you can just start writing to a drum track.