Feb 09, 2013 · I'm a new Ableton user (on PC) and looking for tips on mastering/exporting audio in Live. Mainly I'm just wondering about the final export/render of audio and the ideal settings others are using - do you trust Live to handle the conversion and dither (what settings?) or do you export a 32/96 WAV and then use an external program for this? The Export dialog's Rendered Track chooser offers several options for which audio signal to render: ˆ Master the post-fader signal at Live's Master output. If you are monitoring the Master output, you can be sure that the rendered le will contain exactly what you hear.
Also, for MP3 don’t worry about the dither. After export of the final 16bit master WAV file just make sure to keep the import/export settings as consistent with the WAV file. I.E. Import your MP3 using 16bit, Export in 16bit. Should be good. Cheers! Mar 28, 2017 · Ableton audio settings: 24 bit 48k Export settings: 16bit 44k Reasoning: Ableton will be able to use 24bit processing to render audio file (which means more processing power to VST's) and will convert that rendered audio to 16bit all in the same export. Less times converting = More fidelity.
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