After I've done all the warping work I want on an audio track, when I'm bouncing down to final audio for mixing, it struck me that if I just consolidate the tracks, then all the warping will be included into my clips.
Curious if you find that a helpful step - to consolidate the tracks, and then work with unwarped audio tracks aftwards.
Any advantage / disadvantage to creating one big clip on a track, vs having it broken up into smaller clips (ASSUMING you're done arranging / editing..)?
Appreciate any thoughts.
Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
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