Producing Tracks

Exporting Loops

Producing Tracks

taylorholt

over 9 years ago (edited)

Okay I have made a loop in Logic and I bounced the files from there splitting the vocal cues and the rest of the audio and imported them into Ableton. They work perfect on my computer but when I give those tracks to my friend and he imports them to Ableton the timing is off. The bpm and settings are all the same, is there something else that I am missing that would be causing this?
mike

over 9 years ago (edited)

Make sure he has 'Auto Warping' turned off in his preferences before he imports the clips.

mattmccoy

over 9 years ago (edited)

Yep, try turning "Auto Warping" off...  or turn the indivual warp activator switch off.

Also... are they WAV or MP3 files?

 

CalebMillsVCC

almost 8 years ago

I'm having trouble with the "exporting audio/video" function. I just build myself a loop, and I need to export the audio into one loop track instead of all of the tracks that I've recorded individually. I already exported my CUES track, but when I go to export the rest of the song, it's either export the MASTER and get no sound at all, or export each individual track and set it up as a MultiTrack. Is there a way for me to consolidate all of the recorded tracks that I have into one single loop track that I can insert into my set lists? PLEASE HELP!