Allen Watts Trance Template [Ableton Live 11] Volume Five
Allen Watts presents Ableton Live Trance Template Volume Five.
We are extremely happy to announce and welcome the legendary Allen Watts to our growing roster of artists at MAG Signature Sound. Kicking off his collection with an outstanding template for Ableton Live 11.
If you are producing uplifting/driving trance music in Ableton 11 and would like to learn new tricks, get inspired, and/or improve your sound faster, this template is for you.
Studying this project file will give you a great insight into the processing of individual channels and mixing driving uplifting trance in Ableton LIve, through the use of EQ, compression, delay, reverbs, layering & more.
This template comes loaded up with full arrangement (as heard in the audio demo), mixing, FX chains, MIDI data, and automation. It all comes loaded with all the samples and synth presets, so you’ll get what you hear in the demo (if you have the required synths & plugins).
Artist Allen Watts
Compatible with Ableton Live 11
Vst Plug-ins required
- Fabfilter Simplon
- Endless Smile
- LFO Tool
- Dune 3
- LennarDigital Sylenth 1
- Reveal Sound Spire
- Uhe Zebra
- Arts Acoustic Reverb
Ever wonder where those secret weapons in a DJ’s set come from? Those mysterious IDs that no one can put a name to, or those unsuspecting powerhouse tracks that bridge from one vocal classic to another? Those tracks are the horsepower behind every dancefloor driven machine… and they come from guys like Allen Watts.
For those who aren’t too familiar, Allen Watts charged on the scene back in 2012. Having been an avid listener of Trance since the days of System F, Tiësto and Paul Van Dyk, his own knack for music-making remained hidden under the surface for many years. Upon realizing this talent Allen shifted gears and delivered a swift debut release ‘What May Come’ via Richard Durand’s Terminal 4 label. Taking early cues from producers like Dave202, The Thrillseekers, and the above-mentioned veterans, Watts followed up with ‘Split Second’. The track was picked up by Armin van Buuren and, as fast as the name would suggest, catapulted Allen to the front line of European club-nights.
Over the next few years Allen output a relentless stream of heavy-hitters ('Blackout', 'Gravity', 'Flashback', 'Breakthrough', 'Telepathy' and more) and became the most played artist on A State of Trance Radio Show (2016). His growing collection of power productions gained him a permanent home on labels like Who’s Afraid of 138!? (Armada), where he’s enjoyed nine releases to date – as well as Grotesque, Monster Tunes and Black Hole Recordings. His very name has become a joule in the record bags of every taste-maker in the genre – a distinction that led to remix requests from none other than Armin van Buuren.
Allen truly amped things up through 2016, making several international debuts with gigs in Switzerland, The USA and his own headline bookings in the Czech Republic, Italy and Bahrain. The busy touring schedule paid off and saw Allen skyrocket from #132 to the Top 25 on Trance Podium’s Best DJ poll. The high amplitude work ethic continued in the studio and Watts marked the year with even more successful releases, including Beatport chart-topper 'All or Nothing (Feat. Christina Novelli)'.