Grouping tracks


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Grouping tracks

With a DAW like Ableton Live, we are not really limited by the number of tracks, and so often our projects and sets get very difficult to manage because of a large number of tracks. In this video, we'll take a look at how to group tracks together for both organizational and musical purposes. It's often more convenient to combine the outputs of two or more tracks because it helps to organize a session, and it gives you fewer faders to manage when mixing, and you also might want to treat multiple tracks with identical effects. So creating groups in Ableton Live is very easy.

All we need to do is select the tracks that we want to include in the group. So let me Shift+Click the drum tracks that I have here, and now I can either right-click and choose Group Tracks, or I can use the key command, Command+G on a Mac or Ctrl+G on a PC, and I've grouped the tracks. So let's take a look at what we have happening here. So I still have all of the tracks that are part of my drums, but ...

Grouping tracks
Video duration: 7m 43s 7h 20m Beginner

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Grouping 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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