Export slices from Simpler as individual WAVs?

I've searched around, but haven't really found an answer for this. I'm using Live Lite 9.6. What I want to do is very basic. Create pitched up sample packs for hardware like Volca Sample / Novation Circuit

Here's are my goals
- Take a large chunk of audio and tune/speed/speed it up ( I'm doing this to save sample time. Pitch it down in hardware aka sp1200 trick)... This part is easy
- Create slices from larger audio file (This part is easy too). I'm doing it in Simpler. 
- Export slices as WAV while having the WAV files be pitched up. (This is the part I get stuck at). 

Is there a "render slices to wav" option anywhere?


quick example ... Sample 1 bar drum break into ableton > Pitch up the 1 bar break > Chop it up into 4 slices > Export 4 Slices to use in other hardware samplers.

* I'm trying to avoid manually creating separate files and renaming for each sample slice.
 

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4ormal 1 year ago | 1 comment

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  • Wabblo
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    There does not seem to be an affirmative answer to this question as of Feb '17...
    Just a whole bunch of us wondering the same thing.

    10 months ago | 0 comments
  • syMETTAry
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    What about resampling?

    8 months ago | 0 comments
  • janglesoul
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    It seems you can just right-click in the Simpler waveform and choose slice-to-drumrack.

    8 months ago | 0 comments
  • deux étoiles
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    If you've sliced to a midi track using a sampler preset (or if you are using a the sampler instrument) this works:

    In the sampler for that track, click the zone tab to open that view, and select all the samples. Right-click and choose crop — all the samples will be rendered inside your project folder: project > samples > processed > crop

    I learned this here (but found no need to make a new preset): https://youtu.be/3Kte9PGnNwY?t=47s

    6 months ago | 1 comment
  • Ellised Bradan
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    Hey deux,

    you make my day :-) this video was really helpful. I have no clue why Ableton does not make a "official" Version or explain this in the manual - also a default preset for this would be helpful... But anyway - The best thing is, that you can even normalise the samples after cropping it. A quastion that is also often ask and never was correctly answered.

    THX!

    2 months ago | 0 comments
  • Soundtrackband
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    because Ableton for some unknown reason doesn't seem to care about the process side of actually creating samples in the first place, unbelievably for a company who makes their entire identity on PLAYING samples.

    You almost have to buy Push 2 just to cut samples. it's so fricking stupid, and there should be a batch export function OF COURSE!

    I should be able to import a long sample file, set points along where I want samples cut (while they play continuously in the bg to make the samples perfect, and then mass export all those points. Instead, I have garbage I don't need.

    20 days ago | 0 comments

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