Where is the set that's opened by command + O?

Command + o opens a set with music in it already. I would just like a clean new set, with no music, effects etc. set up when I hit command + o.

Thanks for any help.


therealbeel 5 years ago | 0 comments

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  • antarktika
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    Why? is the "N" key broken on your keyboard? because that's what I'd use if I was trying to create a new track (cmnd+n),  as opposed to opening a pre-existing one (cmnd+0)

    5 years ago | 0 comments
  • boaf
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    You might have to set your default template.

    1. Set up your current Live Set exactly as you would like it to appear whenever you create a new Set. i.e. delete unwanted tracks, plugins, audio clips, clean up your files in the File Manager
    2. Preferences > File / Folder > Save Current Set as Default (Save)
    5 years ago | 0 comments
  • therealbeel
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    No, the n key works fine and opens new blank documents in all other applications. But in Ableton I get this populated file all the time. I have created a blank one that I can access as a template but.....it's not how it should be and it just seems odd. Thanks for your reply.

    5 years ago | 1 comment

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