October 7, 2021

Ableton Tutorial | How To Use Resampling in Ableton 2


Ableton Live’s Resampling feature lets you quickly and easily bounce whatever is coming through the master output to a new audio track. It’s a useful capability to have because you can quickly bounce a clip, a track, or a group of tracks—with effects if you want. It’s similar in function to bounce-in-place features in other DAWs that let you render a track with its effects and other attributes while leaving the source track in the session. In Live, the primary function for Resampling is to create samples that you’ll have immediately available to load in samplers or manipulate in some way. Read more: https://www.puremix.net/blog/ill-factor-resampling-in-ableton-live.html Follow pureMix for exclusive excerpts and latest news 🎛️
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