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TOPIC: Warped trax save or not saved

Warped trax save or not saved 1 year 5 months ago #25338

  • daringamare
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Hello everybody, just some questions I have to Ableton as I am new to it.

When I warp a track is it saved automatically or do I need to warp the track each time. How about if I want to move it and use is in a different set up on Ableton. Still warped and saved?

Can I create stems with a track someone else produced?

Is there a video tutorial for the megaset 2.01?

Thanks for any advice ;)
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Warped trax save or not saved 1 year 4 months ago #25356

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Hey mate,

When you warp an audio track in Live, it creates a seperate file in the directory the sample is in called an ASD file. This file contains information such as warp points/bpm etc. This file gets stored indefinitely along side the sample in the folder, so that whenever that sample is dragged into any Ableton Live project, Live can automatically read the info about the file and restore any warping/bpm information you have given it previously.

Can you explain a little bit more about creating stems with a track someone else produced? Are you talking about a complete Ableton Project file of a finished track you wish to make stem-ready?

Here's a run through of the Megaset 2 -

All the best

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