Consolidating ableton live


17-Jul-2018 02:06

Also, you can Flatten the track to make the Frozen version permanent.

Right click on any frozen track and choose flatten.

If you need to use Complex of Complex Pro consider bouncing that audio after applying the algorithm by using the Consolidate option (Command/Ctrl-J).

This will create a new clip that has the original warp mode applied to it.

So you’ve done it, you finished a track and it all sounds great.

Now it’s time to get up on stage and share your new work with the world.

Then you can click the frozen channel and drag the audio file into the new audio channel.

After which I deactivate the frozen channel, but keep it in case I ever need to go back, unfreeze and make changes.

Here's a multitude of ways to cut back on the CPU load in Ableton Live. I know the trials and tribulations of using an inadequate CPU to produce music.Note: This is also considered “re-sampling” if you follow through and flatten the tracks.PRO TIP: I like to freeze the device laden channel and create a new audio channel below it.This is useful if you have a CPU heavy VSTi and a boatload of effects behind it.

Right-click on any channel and choose freeze, and Live will create the audio file version of the entire track and any automation.The beats warp mode works for beats, but adds a lot of artifacts to melodies and textures.If you have to use all of these to get your workflow on, I'd rather work destructively, bouncing or freeing hi-quality audio, before starting the next resource consuming task. Over sampling greatly increases the drain on the system.



Start by highlighting all of the tracks you want to use in the Track Display window and then use the Consolidate function found in the Edit menu or Apple/Control+J. The resulting Consolidated Clips will be placed in your Live Set's Sounds folder. Obviously it only makes sense to use this feature if all the tracks to be.… continue reading »


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Building a live performance setup can be a complicated and daunting task. Prepping Your Music For Live Performance In Ableton Live. So you've done it, you finished a track and it all sounds great. Now it's. To do this you are going to need to consolidate the number tracks in your session. You don't want to be micro.… continue reading »


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