Ableton Live Tutorial: Exporting Audio

In Ableton Live you have Session and Arrangement View from which you can export audio. This can be quite confusing at first and if you don’t understand how it’s done you might end up with rendered silence or too short

Ableton Live Tutorial: Recording Audio

If you want to record real instruments or vocals, you should get a decent audio interface as a built-in sound card won’t give you good quality and may give you high latencies which means you’ll hear an annoying delay while

Ableton Live Tutorial: Recording MIDI

MIDI itself contains only data like note number, velocity and length, but no sound. To turn MIDI into sound you need a MIDI instrument. This tutorial shows you step by step how you can record MIDI.

Ableton Live Tutorial: Audio setup (Windows)

Edit: Updated. Valid for Live 8 to 11. The audio set up on Windows computers is a bit trickier than on Macs and has a few stumbling blocks in store. This tutorial takes you step by step through the setup

Ableton Live Workflow Tips Part 2 – Browser Bookmarks

If you often access certain folders, then you can create bookmarks for them with just a few easy steps. EDIT: This feature became obsolete with the release of Live 9. The Bookmark menu is available for File Browsers 1 to

Ableton Live Tutorial: Audio setup (Mac)

Edit: Updated. Valid for Live 8 to 11. If you simply want to use the built-in sound card, the process is pretty straight forward and you can skip the first two steps. If you have an audio interface, read on

Ableton Live Tutorial: How to set up your MIDI controller

Edit: Updated. Valid for Live 8 to 11. Before you can start having fun with your MIDI controller, it needs to be configured in Live – this goes for MIDI keyboards and all sorts of other controllers sending MIDI data.


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