This time I’ve got an Ableton Live Quick Tip for Live 11 (and up). It’s not a new feature that I’m showing you in the video, but one that was moved and might be a bit hard to find. Perhaps you weren’t aware of the fact that you can save clips as defaults, which means that the clip settings including the warp markers you’ve created are saved into the analysis file (.als). So if you drag in the audio once again these will all be recreated. Pretty neat, huh? So let’s have a look at how this is done now in Live 11.
The theme used in the video is available to download for free.
Let me know if you’ve got anything to add or ask in the comments below.
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