track I made based on this tutorial...
I really liked this tutorial for the demonstration by P-LASK of how to create multiple takes/variations of clips in session view and then build "scenes" to help drive the arrangement. Probably the strength of ableton in composing "away from the arrangement view"
I liked the vitals shares of key techniques: audio effect rack for the automation of gain using macro in the chain. A very clever technique. This tutorial is really almost like "Intro to Ableton part 3" or "advanced intro to ableton" because P-LASK so solidly builds on the fundamentals and uses the native ableton plugins so effectively, like the eq on the sidechain compression and pre vs post fader reverb.
This tutorial is worth working thru, in terms of really helping get comfortable with making a good track all within ableton. Bravo.
More "how to make" with P-LASK in ableton, please - P-LASK, you're a great trainer.