In this lesson, we'll see how to use Live for recording live instruments or voice. We'll also learn about routing, monitoring and multitrack recording.
If recording works, then you have correctly connected your input source to the inputs of your audio hardware. Make sure that the outputs of your audio hardware are also connected.
Tracks that contain a Virus TI plug-in are not contained in the exported audio file.
Certain aspects of Ableton Live's functionality are limited when using Ableton Transport Control, and may behave in unexpected ways.
It is not currently possible to route audio from Serato Scratch Live into Ableton Live.
If the option 'Render as Loop' is activated in the 'Export Audio/Video' dialogue window, a silent audio file is created or not all clips/tracks of the original Live Set are audible in the rendered file.
When previewing audio files in Live's File Browser, they play with their original tempo and not with the actual Live set tempo.
Playthrough Optimization is necessary to achieve low latencies on armed tracks in combination with Delay Compensation.
Learn how to render your track as audio in Live. This tutorial also covers the basics of options for audio export in Live 8.
Is it possible in Live 3 and later versions to send the metronome (or a separate track with a click track) to a different output on a soundcard?
Yes, this is possible using the pre-listening function in Live if your sound card/audio interface has multiple outputs.