Unpack the Live Pack to any destination on your computer. Open the included project folder and open the included .ALS file. Inside the project, you will see a MIDI track with the Instrument Rack preset. Click the floppy disk icon on the corner of the rack to save it as a preset in your User Library.
You can use the Macro controls to determine the amount of chorus, reverb, and distortion. Also, use the "Chord On/Off" Macro to disable the Chord MIDI effect if you'd like to play your own chords!
Finally, there is a BONUS MIDI clip inside the set. Kudos if you can guess where the melody came from!
Here's a new FREE Ableton Live 9 patch from the P-LASK Vault! I've had some fun using additive synthesis with Operator to emulate a classic Hammond-style tonewheel organ. Organ sounds like this are used frequently in classic and modern house music. Definitely one of my favorite timbres for this style!
This Instrument Rack preset is compatible with Live 9 Suite, and it incorporates an Operator, a Chord Effect (for instant deep house gratification), a Chorus (with some heavy modulation, emulating a Leslie), a Convolution Reverb (with a spring IR), and a Dynamic Tube (for a bit of light saturation).