Live doesn't support DRM-protected files and this will probably not change in the near future.
To pre-listen to audio in headphones without playing it through the Master outputs, you will need to use an audio interface with at least two pairs of stereo outputs.
Monitored/recorded audio signal of a mono source (guitar, mic, etc.) playing out of one speaker onlysignal showing only on one side of the track meter
When playing an audio file in Live, the attack phase differs from the origin of the file.
Make sure that to use the right level (line/mic)
By default, Live renders audio as quickly as possible. In most cases, this is faster than real-time.
When routing MIDI tracks to a track containing a plug-in or a multi-output plug-in, freezing these MIDI tracks is not possible and the message “The track 'x-MIDI' has no audio output to freeze” is shown.
Arming a track and using Send and Return tracks creates a flanging audio effect.
An exported audio file has a small file size and contains no or very short audio.
Yes, because of Live's nondestructive editing, this is possible using the Clip View's loop/region markers to specify the clip region. If you wish to export the clip as a new file, use the Render to Disk c