Sets created using the Mixtape feature do not not open in Live 9. Opening the files in Live 8 and saving them again will solve the issue.
When using the 64-bit version of Live, it is not possible to use Serato Scratch Live for real-time control of your Ableton Live Set.
Live and Scratch Live are running and the levels meters in Scratch Live are indicating that there's a signal but Live doesn't output any sound through Bridge.
No. Serato Scratch Live cannot currently read information from Ableton Live's warp data (.asd files).
This depends on what Rane or ITCH hardware you own.
Install Ableton Live / Suite or above, install Serato Scratch Live 2.1.1 or above, attach your Rane hardware and open both programs, follow the onscreen instructions to complete authorization.
You need to own Rane/SSLhardware, but don't need an additional soundcard. Ableton Live's output is routed to the Rane/SSLhardware
You can use Live's cue function if your audio interface supports multiple stereo outputs. Note that the Serato Driver Type only supports one stereo output.
Do I need to have both Ableton Live and Serato Scratch Live running at the same time to save my Serato mixes as Ableton Live Sets (.als)?:
Provided that the Bridge has been activated, you can make mixtapes without opening Ableton Live.
The Bridge requires Ableton Live / Suite 8.2 or above, Serato Scratch Live 2.1.1 or above and Rane Serato Scratch Live hardware.The Bridge is not supported by Ableton Live Lite, Ableton Live Intro, Ableto