Learn How to Export Audio From Ableton Live 9


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Exporting audio from Live

The final step in producing a song is to convert the Multi-track Live set into a Stereo Audio file appropriate for burning to an audio CD. The audio export procedure is fairly simple, but there are a number of important decisions to make as part of the process. So let's start by exporting the entire set from the Arrangement view, and this will result in a stereo audio file appropriate for burning to an audio CD. I need to start by making the selection the length or duration of the intended balance. So, I can go on a single track and make a selection that's that length or I could use the Loop Raise and I'll click the edge of that and drag that out.

Make that just a little bit longer than the last clip and let go, and then I'll select the Loop Raise. Next, I'll go up to the File menu and I'll choose Export > Audio and Video. So my choices for this bounce are to bounce from the Master track, which will give us that entire mix, or I can click that and...

Exporting audio from Live
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Exporting audio from Live provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Rick Schmunk as part of the Ableton Live 9 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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