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In this article we will explain how to use Ableton to export multiple tracks. This is useful on those occasions when you want to transfer a whole arrangement to another producer or mixer, or if you want to transfer your work to a different music software.

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Handily enough, at the bottom of the Latency section of the audio page, Ableton will actually tell you how bad your latency is currently. If you examine my current settings, at the very bottom of this figure, you’ll notice that I have an Overall Latency of 11.4 ms.

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Most of the export settings are fairly self-explanatory, but dithering might not be so obvious - this is a process that introduces imperceptible noise to your That aside, Ableton Live 10, in particular, has the audio quality and all the tools you need to mix and master your music, there are world-class mixers...

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Ableton Soft Clippers – Ableton has a few effects that are capable of soft clipping but my favorite ones are Glue Compressor, Saturator, and Overdrive. The best way to use them is to drive the signal into them until you feel like the distortion is a bit over the top, and then back off until you find the sweet spot.

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