Freezing tracks


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Freezing tracks

As the production of a song progresses, the number of tracks and devices being used can reach a point where they choke the audio program in use, due to the overconsumption of CPU resources. Ableton Live offers several options to alleviate this problem. So one old-school method that you can use to help is to bounce existing tracks to new audio tracks. And this might help by converting a MIDI track to an audio track or rendering audio effects or even rendering warped audio files to a new tempo. So I am in Arrangement view, and I'm going to record the audio from the Synth Brass track to this Audio track here. And to set that up I am going to set the Synth track output to the Audio track, and then on the Audio track, I'll set the Input to the Synth =rack.

I am going to put the track in Record, I am going to put the system in Record, and I'm also going to enable the punch-in and punch-out points. So I've got the punch-in point set at bar one, beat one, and the punch-out point...

Freezing tracks
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Freezing tracks provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Rick Schmunk as part of the Ableton Live 8 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Ableton Live
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