Consolidating ableton live
Tones is best used on simple, possibly monophonic audio with a clear pitch structure — vocals and most acoustic instruments.
Texture lends itself to more complex, rich and layered sounds.
Basically the trick lies in the fact that it is possible to superimpose Warp Markers from one audio Clip on another.
For this to work all of your audio files need to be You can define the first beat of the track using this option from the Context Menu.
For example, in the recording this article is based on there is a middle-eight section in which the drummer plays atmospheric cymbal swells, and the Beat Warp mode, which works very well for the main part of the track was introducing unwanted artifacts.
This problem was solved by isolating the section into another clip, (select a section and use the Edit menu's Split command) and applying the Complex mode.
Sometimes it can be useful to alternate between modes even within the same take.workshop, the following methods show how to tighten up (quantise) a recording and use the resulting Clips as the source material for re-arrangement and additional sequencing, as you would for a remix.has a very useful feature that allows entire multitrack recordings to be re-quantised with the minimum of fuss.Using the Zooming Hot Spot underneath the Clip Display (a magnifying glass appears when you scroll over this area with the mouse) you can quickly locate and zoom into the first downbeat of the track.Enable Warping (I'll use the Beat Mode in this case as it's a percussion track) in the Sample Display window to the left of the waveform and you will see some grey Warp Markers appear.