Export your song Ableton Live 9


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Exporting your song

After we finish our song, it's time to mix it down and export it to our computer. There are a couple of ways we can mix down a song in Ableton Live. First, we can set the loop bracket around the entire song. And I would recommend setting it even after the song is finished, just to give some space for any reverb or delay tail we might have, because if we listen to the end, we can see the audio doesn't stop exactly at about 21, but decaying or fading out slightly after. (music playing) After setting the Loop bracket, go to File > Export. Under Rendered Track, choose Master.

File Type should be WAV or AIFF, it's up to you. Sample Rate, I am going to keep the same Sample Rate that I worked so far, 44100. Bit Depth, I am going to keep it 24, because I still want the high-quality audio for the mastering stage. And no dither. We are going to do that after we do the mastering. Create Analysis File and Upload Audio to SoundCloud turned off. This is not the final stage, and we don'...

Exporting your song
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Exporting your song provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Yeuda Ben-Atar as part of the Up and Running with Ableton Live 9

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Audio + Music
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Ableton Live
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