Yo what’s good MT Fam…back with another one in the Maschine in Ableton Live tutorial series
I wanted to show another reason why I like to use the external instrument to have midi and audio on the same track
It makes it possible to bounce your midi into audio samples if you want to
I suggest if you’re gonna do this, you do it when you first drag midi in so it only has to freeze those single loops.
I’m showing it after I have arranged my song so I bounced every clip in the track, so it takes longer that way
I also show the audio export menu, which is what I usually use instead of freezing the midi. I just record my arrangement and bounce/export when I’m done.
Hope it helps ya!*This content is exclusive for current members. Access this and other content instantly when you join today