Recording vocals in Arrangement view Ableton Live 9


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Recording vocals in Arrangement view

Producing music in the Session view is a very unique way of working because there is no timeline and we can mix and match different clips together. When working with the vocalist, you sometimes want to record using a linear workflow on a timeline. Let's switch between the two views using the Tab key. Ableton will still play from the Session view because we still didn't start arranging our song, and that will allow us to record as many takes as we need for the vocals. As you might already notice, the tracks are no longer vertical, but rather, horizontal.

We can find the same mixer control as we have in the Session view on the left of the track. They will be the same mixer controls as we see in the Session view, and they will correspond accordingly. Go ahead and hit Value and hit Delete. Let's go back to the Arrangement view. Let's open up the Inputs/Outputs using the view selectors to the right. Scroll down to our vocals track. I'm going to set external-in from the first...

Recording vocals in Arrangement view
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Recording vocals in Arrangement view 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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